Paths To Healthy Aging: Replacing Myths With Sound Advice To Live A More Abundant Life
San Jose, CA, April 6, 2015 – We all have to age but our attitude can make a huge difference in how we age! We can either resign ourselves to the negative aspects of aging, or we can embrace it with the understanding that while age is inevitable, we can change our attitude and make lifestyle adjustments to live a longer and happier life. In their new book, Paths to Healthy Aging, this husband and wife team, Doctors Mehrdad (Mike) Ayati and Arezou (Hope) Azarani, dispel many age-related myths and provide readers the tools necessary to create a healthy, joyful and energetic lifestyle!
When it comes to healthy aging, Dr. Ayati believes that while there is a lot of information out there, most of it is very confusing for patients, their caregivers and the general public. “Those recommendations for healthy and happy living are hard and often impossible to follow,” says Ayati. While Paths to Healthy Aging is backed by solid clinical practice evidence and revolutionary medical research, it is written in a straightforward, easy-to-understand style.
Condensed into five chapters and written in a workbook format, the book covers everything from nutrition and mental/physical health, to medication. Question and action plans encourage readers to participate in discussions on these points as well as many others, such as, stimulating our mental status and staying physically fit as we age, learning the dangers of overmedication and Drug Cascade Syndrome, and how to find the right physician we can trust and respect. The book clarifies many misconceptions on aging and simplifies the journey for seniors and their families/caregivers.
Paths to Healthy Aging is more than collaboration between a geriatrician and a scientist trained in physiology, molecular biology and genetics. It is a labor of love that shows a genuine concern for the elderly and/or those wanting to get a jump on the aging process.
Dr. M. Ayati is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine. Board certified in Family Medicine and Geriatrics, he also practices as a Hospitalist and ER physician at the VA Hospital, Palo Alto, CA. His patients appreciate how he explains complex, contradictory, unanswered, and confusing subjects on the topic of aging to them in a manner that can be understood and practiced with ease.
Dr. A. Azarani holds a Ph.D. in Physiology from McGill University (Royal Victoria & Shriners Hospital) in Canada and two Fellowships in Molecular Biology from University of Montreal and Genetics from Stanford University School of Medicine. With more than 25 years of life and health sciences experience in academic, government and private institutions, she is founder and CEO of Protogen Life Sciences.
For more information, visit: www.pathstohealthyaging.com
Paths to Healthy Aging
Available in print and digital formats at https://www.createspace.com/4943065
Also available at Barnes & Noble online, iTunes and Amazon
Please see some great articles written on Paths to Healthy Aging at:
http://www.mercurynews.com/bay-area-living/ci_27421010/readers-review-paths-healthy-aging and http://www.fiftyplusadvocate.com/archives/9710
Dr. Martin Katz: “Dr. Ayati is an experienced geriatrician who truly listens to his patients and pops the over inflated balloons of medical and dietary fads! A unique interactive feature makes you feel that you are actually talking with an interested, experienced geriatric expert.”
Heidi Stone: “Anyone who plans on living well now and especially as they age, should read this book!…I especially connected to the effect and necessity of having a loving relationship, and how important the interaction with community can enhance the feeling of well being for our seniors. Hopefully, younger, health conscious individuals will take advantage of reading this book not only for their aging loved ones, but for themselves as well.”
Bharat Mans: “This book is a ‘must read’ for all age groups. It is an eye opener for people who think just taking medication/multi vitamins, OTC drugs is the answer to all health related issues.”
Connie Maurer: “…very practical guide…set up as a workbook with questions at the beginning of each chapter, action plans, and references…down to earth style and is easy to understand.”
Thomas Law: “…The authors have taken a misunderstood and abused subject and made it interesting for everyone. If you are getting older (aren’t we all) or know someone who is, this is a valuable resource to help navigate the aging process.”