But instead of fearing the aging process, Cameron set out to learn more about it. And in this enlightening follow-up to the #1 New York Times bestseller The Body Book, she shares what she's learned.
The Longevity Book provides a comprehensive overview of the female body over time, from those first gray hairs that crop up in our thirties through the menopause transition that can begin in our forties or fifties to the increased health risks—for breast cancer, Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and more—we face in our sixties and beyond. Cameron shares cutting-edge research on aging, synthesizing insights from top medical experts with her own thoughts, opinions, and experiences. Informative, intimate, and hopeful, The Longevity Book offers an all-encompassing, holistic look at how the female body ages—and what we can all do to age better.
“The Longevity Book dives deep into the aging process and how women can (and should) totally own it.” —Women’s Health
“After ten years of longevity research, I’ve not read a book that more clearly describes the science of aging, nor one that offers a better prescription, than The Longevity Book.” —Dan Buettner, National Geographic Society Fellow bestselling author of Blue Zones
“Very well done…full of fantastic tips for how to grow old gracefully.” —Dr. Mehmet Oz
“Brilliant... What I love about The Longevity Book is that it is not an anti-aging book.... It’s about not being afraid of it and owning your age.” —Rachael Ray
“A self-help exploration that doesn’t serve as a standard guide to superficial beauty, but rather a science-backed exploration of what propels our bodies into their later years.” —Entertainment Weekly
“You’ll finish the book feeling more informed about the natural process of aging and excited to make changes to help you thrive now…and decades into the future.” —Mindbodygreen
Hollywood’s leading ladies are D-O-N-E talking about the challenges of “getting older”—and none more so than Cameron Diaz. Her latest project, The Longevity Book, dives deep into the aging process and how women can (and should) totally own it. Pay attention, people—she’s talking truths here first. —Hannah Morrill, Parade