The 10 Secrets of Healthy Ageing9:30am | Sunday 16 September 2012
|£N/A||1 Hour||Blenheim Palace: The Marlborough Room|
Award-winning medical journalist Jerome Burne argues there is much that you can do to age better. In the groundbreaking The 10 Secrets of Healthy Ageing, Burne and co-writer health nutritionist Patrick Holford say that ageing well does not depend on good genes, and they explain how latest research shows there is much that we can do to encourage our bodies to age well. Scientists have discovered that markers for how well you are ageing, found in every cell of the body, can be altered by, among other things, the food you eat, the exercise you do, and the way you handle stress. Burne will reveal some of the ways of doing this including what vitamins you need, a low-glycaemic-load diet, staying connected with friends and family, and keeping active.
Burne has been a health journalist for 20 years and writes for many national newspapers and magazines, in particular the Daily Mail. This year he won the Medical Journalists’ Association award for medical science explained.
The price for this event includes coffee/tea and cakes.