Item description for What's Age Got to Do With It?: Living Your Healthiest and Happiest Life by Robin McGraw...
Overview Discusses the importance of taking charge of one's health and offers advice on nutrition, skin care, makeup, hair, fashion, fitness, and managing menopause.
What's age got to do with it? Absolutely nothing When Robin McGraw appears with her husband, Dr. Phil, on his nationally syndicated talk show, viewers of all ages write her to ask how she looks so fabulous at the age of 55. In "What's Age Got to Do with It?," Robin shares her journey, including the ups and downs, and the secrets for staying healthy and in shape. She also provides insider information from a panel of top experts in the areas of fitness, nutrition, skin care, menopause, hair, makeup, and fashion. Robin says, "To me, aging gracefully isn't accepting what age does to you. It means taking care of your health, wanting to look your best, and knowing that it is not conceited, egotistical, or selfish to do so." Also included: Printable PDF material of Robin McGraw's tips on nutrition, fitness and cosmetic brands.
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Format: Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
Studio: Oasis Audio
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.44" Width: 6.54" Height: 0.64" Weight: 0.42 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2009
Publisher Oasis Audio
ISBN 1598595199 ISBN13 9781598595192
Availability 0 units.
More About Robin McGraw
Robin is the author of the #1 New York Times best-selling book Inside My Heart. She has also co-hosted many television events with her husband. Sh has been a featured guest on Larry King Live, The View, Rachael Ray, CBS Early Morning Show, Academy of Country Music Awards, and a number of primetime specials. Robin has interviewed some of the most influential and recognizable people on the world stage, from President George W. Bush and First Lady Laura Bush to the international superstar, Cher. A much sought-after public speaker, she is also very involved as a board member and goodwill ambassador for The Dr. Phil Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization that is committed to helping disadvantaged children and families. Robin lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their amazing dog, Maggie."
Reviews - What do customers think about What's Age Got to Do With It?: Living Your Healthiest and Happiest Life?
It's Almost There... May 21, 2010
Robin McGraw looks great and seems to have it all together. This book combines advice that Robin has learned from many resources, along with her personal routine for health and fitness. The chapters are all outlined under the "What's .... Got to Do With It?" Beginning with "What's Age Got to Do With It", she quickly gets into the two chapters with the buzz words of fitness and nutrition. She gives information on Dr. Phil's nutritional eating plan. She then moves to skin and hormones which are both valid, interesting chapters. The next few chapters could be omitted in my opinion. They deal with more of the vain side of happiness: hair, makeup, and fashion. The last chapter was excellent. She shared where her inspiration comes from, and the reader is able to finally get to know the true Robin McGraw. The title of that chapter is "What's Faith Got to Do With It?" All in all, I would recommend this book. I, again, could do without the vain sections of self-improvement, but everything else was interesting and well-written.
Easy to read Apr 8, 2010
I received a copy of this from Thomas Nelson to review.
It's an enjoyable read... nothing earth-shattering but some good, basic, information. The tips were easy to follow and understand. The language of the text is easy to digest.
This book is insight, not direction, from a man author Feb 23, 2010
When a person reads a book, don't rate it on rather or not you've heard the information before. I facilitate workshop, and I sit in other peoples facilitated workshops just to get more insight. It's good to hear life from multiple perspectives, even if the material is familiar. Repetition is one of the dimensions of the mind. Hearing something over and over again helps information stick. never feel you have mastered information to the point that you can't make use of hearing again. The book was pretty good... and this is a man speaking.
A read it in the bookstore read. Feb 3, 2010
Robin McGraw hits on some good points in this book, but frankly I have probably gotten as much good advice and support from my dear friends who are perhaps even more qualified. That said, sometimes friends aren't available or we just need an objective opinion. If that's the case, then stand in the bookstore aisle and peruse this self-help nonfiction. -- Diana Black WOOF: Women Only Over Fifty
What's Age Got To Do With It? Jan 25, 2010
I've just started reading the book. I'm sure it is great for women much younger than I am. I believe in exercise, eating healthy, etc. I'll probably give this to my daughter.