The Younger You Method
with Dr. Kara Fitzgerald
Learn a simple diet and lifestyle program to slow down how fast you age — and even age in reverse!
Live Healthier, Longer
Your chronological age (based on birthdays) can only go in one direction, but new research shows that with the right diet and lifestyle strategies, your biological age (how fast your body is aging) can slow down — and even go in reverse.
The Younger You Method is based on Dr. Kara Fitzgerald’s groundbreaking clinical trial that shaved more than 3 years off participants’ biological age in just 8 weeks.
At the core of this research is a new understanding of epigenetics and how a variety of factors – from what and when you eat, to how you sleep and manage stress, to your toxin exposures – combine to influence the expression of your genes.
This course provides you with the precise protocols – including delicious recipes, superfood tips, mindfulness techniques, and simple changes to your daily routines – that can turn back the clock on your biological age.
Meet Your Teacher
Kara Fitzgerald, ND, IFMCP, is a leader in the fields of nutrition, epigenetics, and aging and is the first-ever recipient of the Emerging Leadership Award from the Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute for her work on DNA methylation. She received her doctorate from National University of Natural Medicine and is on the faculty at the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM). She is also an IFM Certified Practitioner with a clinical practice in Newtown, Connecticut.
"Our study showed that you can reverse your biological age with nutrition and lifestyle factors. It kind of blew the doors off of the scientific community."
~ Dr. Kara Fitzgerald
Take This Course If You’re Ready To:
- Live your healthiest life — right now & as you get older
- Drastically reduce your risk of chronic disease
- Understand how your body ages at the genetic level
- Eat in a way that turns on beneficial genes
- Make simple changes to your daily routine that can add years to your life
- Learn how stress and trauma can be passed intergenerationally
- Explore how far back you can turn back the clock