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‘The essential mid-life mum makeover. From fitness to sleep and even your social life, a brilliant new book by two 50-something mothers reveals how to protect your health and happiness’ Daily Mail

‘Educational and informative’ Woman’s Way

Diseases of older age take root decades before symptoms appear. For a longer, happier life, we need to plan ahead – but what exactly should we do?

For five years, Annabel Streets and Susan Saunders immersed themselves in the latest science of longevity, radically overhauling their lives and documenting their findings on their popular blog.

After reading hundreds of studies and talking to numerous experts, Annabel and Susan have compiled almost 100 short cuts to health in mid and later life, including: how, when and what to eat; the supplements worth taking; when, where and how to exercise; the most useful medical tests; how to avoid health-threatening chemicals; the best methods for keeping the brain sharp; and how to sleep better.

The Age-Well Project is an essential handbook for making the second half of your life happy, healthy and disease-free.

Reviews

The essential mid-life mum makeover. From fitness to sleep and even your social life, a brilliant new book by two 50-something mothers reveals how to protect your health and happiness
Daily Mail
User-friendly . . . with lively consideration of the evidence and a series of distilled "to do lists and easy life hacks
Daily Express
An educational and informative read
Woman's Way
Getting older may be beyond our control, but ageing better isn't. For top tips, order a copy of The Age-Well Project
Scotsman
Watching their relatives die, too soon, of heart disease, cancer and dementia, two women in their late-40s began to wonder if they still had time to avoid a similar fate. The mass of research information they collected inspired this conversational guide to a longer and happier life.
Marcus Berkmann, Daily Mail