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The Melatonin Miracle

Nature's Disease-Fighting, Sex-Enhancing, Age-Reversing Hormone

A revolutionary medical breakthrough suggests that aging is actually a preventable disease, and two key scientists at the center of this groundbreaking research are now going public for the first time.
For centuries scientists have labored to identify and reverse the cause of aging, and now that effort has converged on one gland, one hormone, and one laboratory. The gland is the pineal -- our body's natural timekeeper. The hormone is melatonin -- the pineal's messenger. The laboratory is headed by authors Drs. Pierpaoli and Regelson -- who explain how to use melatonin to "reset" our biological clocks in order to live longer, healthier lives.
More than just a promise to look younger, The Melatonin Miracle actually tells us how to grow younger. All we need to do to turn back the hands of time is simply restore the melatonin levels of our youth. By readjusting our "clocks," we c an actually slow the process of aging, as well as strengthen our immune system, thereby heightening our resistance to disease and even prolonging our sexual vitality.
Practical, informative, and intriguing, The Melatonin Miracle also addresses other research that suggests that melatonin is a safe, non-addictive sleep agent, lowers cholesterol, and helps relieve stress.

Walter Pierpaoli, MD, PhD is an internationally renowned researcher developing his own ideas in apparently disparate medical disciplines such as the neuroendocrinology of aging and transplantation immunology. Formal reports of his work on melatonin have been published in such leading scientific journals as the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science and The Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.

Walter Pierpaoli, MD, PhD is an internationally renowned researcher developing his own ideas in apparently disparate medical disciplines such as the neuroendocrinology of aging and transplantation immunology. Formal reports of his work on melatonin have been published in such leading scientific journals as the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science and The Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.