As a group, baby boomers are heading rapidly into their "golden years," and there's little doubt that they won't go lightly. But is the process really irrevocable and irreversible? With more financial resources than any other demographic, and the knowledge gained simply by living, boomers are in the best position to at least delay the aging process. This practical guide offers a wealth of ways to do that. Dr. Beverly Potter, who has written numerous books on enhancing one's lifestyle, includes but goes beyond anti-aging and life extension. Youthfulness, she says, is characterized by vigor, flexibility, bounciness, good health, physical shapeliness, beauty, curiosity, and mental acuity -- all of which can be achieved through the regimens the book describes. Potter takes a multifaceted approach, incorporating both current science and proven techniques into a program that stresses vitamins, nutrients, healthful foods, and supplements; activities and lifestyles; ways of thinking; sexual techniques; brain fitness training; and more.