Bio-Young

Get Younger at a Cellular and Hormonal Level

Bio-Young

A groundbreaking, easy to follow, all-natural anti-aging program using vitamins, natural oils, and many common foods to help you look and feel younger.

In Bio-Young, renowned anti-aging expert and nutritionist Roxy Dillon presents cutting-edge science and the natural, effective means to slow down and reverse the aging process. Research has shown that the unpleasant signs of aging—such as hair loss, saggy skin, and unwanted facial hair—are not as inevitable as we once thought. Actually, they are a result of the decline in your cellular and hormonal functions. Science shows us that your hormones quickly decline after age thirty, but the good news is that all of your aging symptoms can be halted—and even reversed.

Using ingredients that you can find at home, you can stimulate your hormone-producing glands into youthful activity again. Discover the bio-actives—foods, herbs, supplements, edibles, and essential oils—that you should be eating, or applying externally, and learn how their key compounds (such as resveratrol in red wine, squalene in olive oil, or ferulic acid in rice bran oil) will plump your skin, reduce high blood pressure, and even fight cancer cells. From restoring thinning hair with rosemary and smoothing wrinkles with honey, to prevent grey hair with onion juice—there’s a natural solution for every problem. Roxy has created a clear-cut program that will help you take control of your looks and turn back the clock.

Discover how you can apply this new research to your own life in this “zippy, informative, and intriguing approach to defying age” (Booklist). Get ready to look and feel years younger!
  • Atria Books | 
  • 288 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781476796840 | 
  • February 2017
List Price $16.00
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About the Author

Roxy Dillon
Photograph by Rekha Garton

Roxy Dillon

Roxy Dillon has practiced nutritional, orthomolecular, and herbal therapy since 1979, and has studied at some of the world's most prestigious places of learning, including the Burden Neurological Institute and the Institute of Neurology. She holds a BSc in Psychology and a master's degree in Biochemical Pharmacology, and has been featured in numerous publications, including Cosmopolitan and Woman’s Journal. Roxy now lives in England.

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