June and her husband revitalized their sex life.

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Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen devote an entire chapter of their book, YOU: Staying Young, to another aging antidotegreat sex.

"We've known for a while that having sex can increase your longevity," Dr. Oz says. "In fact, if you can double the amount of sex you have, you'll actually add three years incremental to your life. I'm talking about monogamous, loving sex."

June, a 47-year-old woman who tested Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen's anti-aging plan for eight weeks, says her sex life was ho-hum before joining the program.

Sex wasn't the only thing in June's life that was suffering. "When I got out of bed seven weeks ago, every joint in my body ached," she says. "Everything was sagging, especially the breasts and the behind."

Now, June takes two minutes to stretch every morning and has introduced yoga into her routine "This has helped me considerably to reduce stress," she says. "It also has taught me control."

In addition to yoga, June walks two miles a day and sticks to a vitamin regiment prescribed by Dr. Oz. June's diet has also changed dramatically. Instead of stocking up on fattening foods, June now fills her refrigerator with healthy fruits and vegetables.

June says these lifestyle changes have helped kick-start her sex life! "The fireworks are back, and if I can be so bold, and say the orgasms have multiplied and intensified," she says. "I'm telling you, ladies, all we have to do to see fireworks is eat the right foods, stretch, exercise and have a positive outlook on life."
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FROM: Dr. Oz on Aging: How to Turn Back Time
Published on January 01, 2006
As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.

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