Nature’s Age-Reversing, Disease-Fighting, Sex-Enhancing Hormone
by William Regelson M.D. and Walter Pierpaoli, M.D.
The discovery of our body’s aging clock and melatonin’s role as its regulator is a revolutionary medical breakthrough – one that can give you the power to reverse the effects of aging and lead a longer, healthier life. Written by two key scientists at the forefront of this groundbreaking research, The Melatonin Miracle is the first book to reveal these remarkable findings to the public. Here the experts explain clearly and simply what you should know about the natural hormone that everybody has – and everybody wants to know more about. Find out how melatonin works, and how to use it, and what to expect when you begin to reset your aging clock.
Melatonin naturally exists in our bodies and is perfectly safe. By boosting our melatonin back to the level of our youth, we can actually trick the body into thinking – and behaving – younger. A small dose at bedtime is all it takes. From the scientists who did the original research as published by the National Academy of Science and The New York Academy of Sciences, The Melatonin Miracle is the authoritative explanation of what their revolutionary discovery means to us today and in the future – along with the doctors’ easy-to-follow instructions on how to make the it work for you.Research suggests that melatonin can:
- guarantee a good night’s sleep as a natural, nonaddictive sleeping agent
- overcome jet lag
- boost the immune system
- increase resistance to cancer and other diseases
- lower cholesterol
- prolong sexual vitality
- ease stress
- and more . . .
World-renowned scientists and doctors Pierpaoli and Regelson tell how one small, safe dose of melatonin at bedtime can actually help someone grow younger. Discover how easy it is to restore your youthful levels of melatonin – and not just look younger, but grow younger.
This book tells readers about a way to slow the hands of time and enjoy a longer, healthier, more vigorous life – starting today. The authors explain how the hormone melatonin, produced in the pineal gland – the body’s timekeeper – works, how to make use of it, and what kinds of results to expect.