Cameron Diaz won new fans all over the world with her first book, The Body Book, which taught women (and girls, too) to become more in touch with their bodies and make better choices about their health.
Next up? Starting a national conversion around aging with her follow-up book, The Longevity Book: The Science of Aging, the Biology of Strength, and the Privilege of Time.
It won't come out until April, but Diaz officially started the aging discussion this week, when she shared the cover of the book (see below), and a note that the "cover beyond the cover" will feature real women, standing together to take on aging in a healthy way. According to the publisher, the book officially promises a "holistic look at how the female body ages—and what we can all do to age better." Diaz will also touch on the developing science around telomeres and their relation to aging.
In today's world, it's a much welcomed fresh perspective.
HELLO Again, Ladies! I am so excited I can barely contain myself!! As soon as I saw it myself, I wanted to share with you the cover of THE LONGEVITY BOOK. I am so proud of this book and very much looking forward to engaging us all in a new conversation about aging–how to do it with strength, grace, health and wisdom. I also wanted to thank you again for your beautiful submissions, which we’ll eventually get to show you as part of the cover beyond the cover; a perfect representation of women standing beside other women, as a united front, to stage change and incite progress. I can’t wait until hard copies hit the stands in April so we can really get started!! #thelongevitybook #theprivilegeoftime @thebodybook ox, Cameron
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