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How long you live has more to do with how you live your life each day and less about how your parents died. Even with a family history of chronic diseases, such as heart disease, this guide shows women how they can significantly lower their risk, by changing the way they live.

"The writing in Smart Aging for Women is lively, very convincing, and full of fascinating real life examples, anecdotes, and individual examples. Elizabeth Rigley tells women clearly and persuasively exactly what they must do in order to live a long and happy life." - Margaret Langstaff, author and editor

Elizabeth Rigley changed her life. You can too.

“I was once an out-of-shape smoker. I was ashamed of the example I was setting for my children and I was terrified of becoming ill with chronic diseases. So I made the decision to change my lifestyle habits and I have never looked back.”

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