The average American eats too much food and, more often than not, the wrong types of food. This–coupled with low levels of physical activity, and a lack of nutritional understanding–is a formula for inviting illness and disease, as well as abbreviating our life expectancy. The Age Later plan can help you alter your eating habits to look and feel younger and healthier. And to live longer.

The Importance of Healthy Eating

It keeps inflammation under control

Eating antioxidant-rich fruits, vegetables and nuts helps keep free radicals, inflammation, and advanced glycation end (AGE) product production in check. Plus, fresh fruits and vegetables contain naturally occurring vitamins, enzymes and co-agents, which are necessary for fighting free radicals and battling inflammation.

It allows the body to function better

Eating the right clean, wholesome foods provides the body with the necessary nutrients—proteins, carbohydrates, fiber, healthy fats, vitamins and minerals—to maintain optimum health. Sufficient amounts of essential nutrients allow for the internal organs, tissues and muscles to work efficiently and effectively.

It cuts down on your risk of disease

Certain foods, like refined sugars, white flour, sugar-laden desserts, artificial sweeteners, processed foods, junk food, and foods cooked at high temperatures, should be eliminated from your diet. They offer little to no nutritional value, speed up the aging process, and can contribute to or cause serious diseases and illnesses.

Doctor Marc Ronert Age Later

“It’s time to change not only what you eat—but the way you eat. Eating the right food is not about dieting. It’s about changing.”

Dr. Marc, M.D., Ph.D.

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European board-certified plastic surgeon, skin care impresario, and renowned anti-aging expert Dr. Marc Ronert shares decades of deep insight into health & wellness and how to keep looking younger longer.


The effects of aging are bound to happen at some point in life. Taking care of yourself in every way possible can delay the effects of aging.