Book Review: Stay Fit Seniors Saving Seniors Baby Boomers and America’s Healthcare Costs

Stay Fit Seniors Saving Seniors Baby Boomers
and America’s Healthcare Costs

 by Dr. Roger Russo & Dr. Anthony Lauro

Empowering Seniors

Dr. Russo uses his own life experiences to explain how he and his friend and business partner Dr. Lauro came up with the plan for Stay Fit Seniors; his explanation really made an impact on me when he talked of his own parents’ early demise – We have to take responsibility for our own health and not expect others to do it for us. There is a team approach which includes Self care, Help care and Crisis care; Self care and Help care are preventative, what you can do for yourself and a medical/professional team which includes regular medical care, nutritionists, therapists, chiropractors, trainers and life coaches.

Russo and Lauro have created a program which addresses the specific needs of seniors and baby boomers. they emphasize the need for movement, building bone and muscle mass, getting enough sleep and following a wise nutritional plan. The Senior Fit Circuit Training Centers offer stations which  help participants improve circulation and exercises one to two muscle groups each. Movement is critical to help maintain health and youth. The book is inspiring and educational and the program is encouraging and fulfilling.

~ Chelle Cordero, Author of Passion & Suspense

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from Amazon:

This book will help any senior keep fit, better their diet and avoid life-threatening diabetes, obesity and heart disease. With America’s healthcare system more costly than ever before, purchasing a copy of ‘Stay Fit Seniors: Saving Seniors, Baby Boomers and America’s Healthcare Costs’ could literally save readers’ lives.

It’s a shocking yet unsurprising fact; the United States spends more of its GDP on healthcare than any other nation in the world. While millions turn to the Government for answers, New York’s Dr. Roger A. Russo and Dr. Anthony Lauro are urging Americans, especially seniors, to point their fingers back at themselves and take responsibility for their poor lifestyle choices. In a bold effort to help older Americans improve their health, longevity and ultimately their country’s healthcare system.

Stay Fit Seniors: Saving Seniors, Baby Boomers and America’s Healthcare Costs’ is the latest addition to Dr.s Russo and Lauro’s famed Stay Fit Seniors® brand…

Chapters cover a myriad of topics including an exposé’ of U.S. healthcare, nutrition and vitamins needed for optimum health, in-depth analysis of popular supplements and drugs, why senior health is a shared responsibility and much, much more.

Dr. Lauro believes that the book has wide and far-reaching appeal.

“It should be a priority read for seniors, baby boomers, caretakers, potential caretakers, healthcare professionals and even insurance companies who want to increase health and lower costs. Its part investigative-style overview of the U.S. healthcare system and part self-help book; the only title of its kind currently on the market,” he adds.

In the book you will learn how the fitness legend Jack LaLanne became the national spokes person for Stay Fit Seniors in it’s start up years. Elaine LaLanne is quoted as saying, “Jack LaLanne always stressed ‘Life is great when you’re in shape.’ That statement is as true today as it was when he coined it over 60 years ago. Drs. Russo and Lauro have advocated his philosophy through their Stay Fit Seniors® Program. Both Jack and I applauded their efforts in the past and I want to wish them continued success.”

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