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ID 24697
  Title Personal viewpoint. Epigenetics, hormones & hope: it’s never to[sic] late to live your dreams, not just dream them
Journal Nutr Perspect. 2017 Jan;40(1):5-6, 8-10, 12-14
Peer Review No
Publication Type Article

Ever buy into the American hypnotic spell that only you is better? Consider this. My dear friend and I worked out together. Liz is an iconic physical therapist who really knows the secret of the body. She’s a deep, insightful woman. After critiquing each other’s gym postures and laughing a lot, we cooled off over protein shakes. We started talking about the wisdom that is unveiled after being in practice for many years -- for her, almost thirty years, and for me, over 40. Liz said something that was a mental shape-shifter. “You know, when you’re young, you can’t see the bigger picture. The young”, Liz smiled, “are at a tremendous disadvantage".

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