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  • Paperback: 196 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 1, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1466382155
  • ISBN-13: 978-1466382152
  • Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 5.9 x 8.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,033,703 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Dr. Gitterle is a practicing M.D. with more than 20 years experience treating patients in a hospital-based setting. Over the past 15 years, he has developed unique protocols utilizing completely natural methods, to produce extraordinary results for those with health challenges, and for healthy individuals seeking to maintain peak wellness. 
One of the first earliest physicians in the U.S. to recognize the validity of Anti-Aging Medicine, he has been sought after as a consultant, health coach, teacher, and speaker to diverse groups. An expert on the importance of multi-system synergy in Anti-Aging and Wellness, Dr. Gitterle has created protocols which go well beyond traditional western medicine, delivering on the promise of the latest cellular and Integrative Medicine research. 
"Dr. Gitterle is a fountain of knowledge, wisdom, compassion and encouragement. His dedication and commitment to providing the latest in scientific research into anti-aging have given me extraordinary health, vigor and power. I recommend his book and his coaching completely." 
- Brad Armstrong, attorney, author and playwright
"I'm so grateful that Dr. Marc Gitterle has written this brilliant book. It's packed with affordable ways to take care of your health so you can live longer, happier and healthier. Some of his secrets and insights are breathtakingly simple, yet backed by science. All of the tips are doable by anyone who can read this book. You don't need anything else, either. Far too many health books are teases to get you to buy into some expensive program or auto-ship of supplements. Not this book. Everything you need is right here." 
- Dr. Joe Vitale, Author of Zero Limits

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Marcus L. Gitterle, M.D., is the author of Growing Young: A Doctors Guide To The New Anti-Aging. Long recognized for his innovative wellness strategies, he has served as a consultant to other physicians seeking to provide anti-aging and integrative wellness strategies to their medical practices, as well as providing state-of-the-art guidance to a select group of anti-aging patients, since 1996. In addition, he is the founder of two nutritional products companies, Ideal Nutrition, LLC, and Frontier Nutritional Research, LLC.

Dr. Gitterle is a graduate of the University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio, and a member of the clinical faculty of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. For 5 years he served as Medical Director of a high-acuity, regional emergency department. At present, he serves as Medical Director of the Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care specialty unit, as well as Chairman of the Infection Control Committee, and the Limb Salvage Commitee, at one of the top 50 hospitals in the US.

Dr. Gitterle is board certified in Emergency Medicine (BCEM of American Academy of Physician Specialists), and was also one of the first physicians in the US to pass the demanding, written board examination of the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine (ABAAM). He holds certifications in Advanced Trauma Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and is a member of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He is also trained and certified in Hyperbaric Medicine. Dr. Gitterle is also a Certified Wound Specialist (CWS).

His research has included the use of advanced information tools for decision analysis in medical diagnosis, including research using the Mass General Hospital DxPlain System, for which he was recognized for outstanding research as a resident. He has appeared on Fox TV, and nationally syndicated radio, discussing such topics as anti-aging, immune enhancement and natural wellness strategies.

Dr. Gitterle is an audio engineer, and has worked with major label recording artists, and on film and commercial projects, including international documentary productions. He is an avid electronic tinkerer and licensed amateur radio operator (KF5IAE).

He is also a proponent of alternative energy, having lived completely "off grid" since 2005, in a solar powered home, using some of the most advanced, currently available alternative energy technology. Living off grid has created the impetus to develop a wide range of expertise in the area of system design and evaluation in alternative energy, particularly in the areas of climate control, energy storage, and remote, system monitoring.

He lives in Central Texas with his wife, noted sculptor Heather Carter, and two sons, Aidan and Gabel.

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This book changed my life.
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The informative content could have easily been condensed by at least a third of the number of pages, perhaps even in the form of a brochure.
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It is easy to read and understand.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By mctuftab05 on July 7, 2012
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I have read Dr. Gitterle's book and am currently following the program he recommends. He offers sound information for the lay reader (no technical jargon) that is backed by fresh,factual, evidence-based science. For that I am very appreciative. My personal physician is a wellness-oriented individual who continually reads, researches, and loves to learn. It was my doctor who informed me of the book, so I immediately bought it. I have also watched a 90-minute video of Gitterle addressing a small group in Texas. This served me as a good follow-up review of the core of Gitterle's book, although he does not present his supplement suggesions in that video. For the content of the book, my subjective feelings of better health, and Gitterle's sincere approach to helping the public to help themselves, I most heartily give 3 stars.

One star was omitted because of the presentation of the (apparently self-published) book. There is no index and the printing font chosen kind of d-r-a-g-s the information across the pages. The informative content could have easily been condensed by at least a third of the number of pages, perhaps even in the form of a brochure. Further, there are pages upon pages of redundancy in the volume. My best conclusion is there must not been an editor for the manuscript. There is a wretched excess of extraneous and misplaced commas in the body of work. Those commas appear to have been liberally sprinkled onto every page from a large spice container. My Business English and Technical Writing instructors would have eaten Gitterle's lunch if he handed them this book for review before it went to publication. I forced myself to finish reading Growing Young because I trust his medical expertise and I truly wanted to learn what he could teach me about anti-aging strategies.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Anonymous on August 19, 2012
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Marcus Gitterle, M.D. desperately needed an editor and knowledgeable proofreader before publishing this book. It has grammar, punctuation and spelling errors throughout that are just atrocious. For some reason, Dr. Gitterle loves the comma and places many of them in his sentences at every opportunity. Those many, many, many errors are a real detraction and distraction from what is otherwise good information. When such sloppy work comes out under one's name, that would imply that one is proud of it and proud to have one's name attached to it. If that is the case with Dr. Gitterle, then it gives a reader serious pause. If he is satisfied with such a poor representation of his ideas, then it diminishes the reader's confidence in those ideas and the reliability and validity of his work. It is unfortunate that he, or his publisher, allowed this to be published in this form. The ideas and health/fitness information seem to be worthwhile and based on good science, and that science is presented in language that is understandable for a lay reader. Dr. Gitterle may have been good in science and was able to graduate from medical school, but if this book represents his ability to express his views, his writing skills are far below those of a college graduate with even basic English skills. If it were possible to be more precise with the star-rating system, I would give this book no stars for quality of writing and four stars for the information. Instead, I gave it three stars which stands for "it's OK", per Amazon's rating system.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By edcaroleg on February 22, 2013
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After getting a bad ankle wound (that refused to heal) from an accident with my bicycle, I was referred by my PCP to the "Wound Care and Hyperbaric Center" where Dr. Gitterle was the attending physician. Before he came into the examining room, his staff told me about the book he had written. He has made a study of nutrition at the cellular level and its affects on the human body, for his personal benefit and for the benefit of his patients. (He is a specialist in emergency medicine and wound care.)

When I asked him about the book he told me that my wound having not healed properly to that point was due at least in part to my diet. He had treated many patients with chronic wounds that changed their diet to help their wound heal and had stayed with it because it had helped in other ways. He said that his book describes the diet he recommends. In many ways it is similar to the Paleo or the Primal or even to the old Adkins diet, but permits a limited use of some dairy products provided there are no allergies. He calls it the Synergy Matrix diet.

We bought the book and both my wife and I started the diet. We have been on it about a month. Neither of us really needed to lose weight, she has not lost any, and feels great! I have lost over 10 pounds. More important to me, I have lost a lot of strength during my weight workouts even after supplementing my diet with extra protein (whey and hemp.) I have to get used to eating additional fat which along with very low carbohydrates is central to this diet. I'm hoping that in time I will regain my strength. In the meantime I am looking a bit slimmer!
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kelly J. Ballard on November 1, 2011
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Wow! This guide is packed full of truly astounding information! I was stunned! The research and personal experience referenced in this book point to some unusual suspects lurking at the source of the chronic, debilitating ailments which plague our modern lives...some that are contrary to most of our long-held beliefs about exercise and nutrition. This is now the third title I have read that is saying the US's food pyramid has it all wrong, so I am starting to listen. Better still, he lays out a plan to harness this information to turn things around for ourselves. Easy to read and absorb, this is a real game-changer and should honestly be required reading for all wellness enthusiasts...especially our physicians!
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