Tampa, FL (PressExposure) December 30, 2008 -- Brad Pitt may be aging backwards in the movie The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, thanks to the magic of Hollywood special effects, but Jackie Silver, founder and president of Aging Backwards, LLC, does it in real life. She's almost 50 and still gets asked for I.D. to buy wine.
In the movie, Benjamin Buttonsâ wrinkles fade and his hair grows thick and lustrous. This doesnât have to be just a movie illusion, though, and Silver knows how it's really done. Her new book, Aging Backwards: Secrets to Staying Young, is filled with practical tips, secrets and shortcuts for looking and feeling young, covering everything from exercise to best habits to beauty treatments, leaving no aspect of Aging Backwards uncovered.
The book also includes quotes from her personal interviews with some of the industry's top experts as well as stories from her own experiences on her quest to defy her genetics.
"Everyone wants to stay young. I'm here to help make it easier," said Silver, whose book is available at Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.com and on her Web site, http://agingbackwards.com/.
Silver is the Aging Backwards expert on the syndicated television show, Daytime, and also the beauty editor for Clear Channel Radio's Mix 100.7 FM Nancy & Chris Mornings in Tampa Bay, Florida. In addition, she's an expert contributor to Total Health Breakthroughs and BestLifeDesign.com as well as a regular contributor to LifeTwo.com and Health News Digest.
She is a sought-after speaker and coach who combines her natural reporter's curiosity with her desire to help others look and feel youthful.