In just under two quick weeks after being launched, Dr. Joe Chang’s book, The Aging Myth, has climbed to the top of the literature world and recently made its inaugural debut on the New York Times Best Sellers List.
Since its launch, the book has enjoyed a phenomenal response from readers, making a number of prestigious lists including several Amazon Top 10 lists, The Wall Street Journal Best Sellers List, and reaching number one on Barnes & Noble (bn.com).
“We want to congratulate Dr. Chang on the overwhelmingly positive response to his new book, ‘The Aging Myth,’ and applaud his scientific achievements,” said TJ Hoisington, president of Aylesbury Publishing. “The high demand for the book is further evidence that people are seeking ways to live younger longer. Dr. Chang and his team’s anti-aging discoveries are not only targeting the signs and symptoms of aging, but also the sources of aging. We are extremely proud to be associated with Dr. Chang and his powerful new book.”
Each year, more than 200,000 books are introduced into the world of reading and amazingly only roughly 1% of them earn the title of “New York Times Best Seller.”
This recent accolade is a huge achievement for not only Joe, but also Nu Skin as it helps shed light on the company’s groundbreaking ageLOC research. As the chief scientific officer for Nu Skin, Joe has played an integral part in helping the company develop advanced scientific formulations and enhanced anti-aging products that have redefined the industry.
The Aging Myth, uses a conversational and accessible style to dispel common myths about aging and explains some of the latest groundbreaking research in the field, including:
· Why aging is not an issue of whether or not you have “good genes” – but how your genes function.
· How new science may someday allow us to “die healthy” and maintain a youthful quality of life until our last living day.
· Why some people look much younger than their actual age would suggest.
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