Nantucket Magazine features Dr. Monto's book, The Fountain

The summer heats up as the hottest new magazine, N, debuts Dr. monto's new book, The Fountain: A Doctor's Prescription to Make 60 the New 30. 

Here's an excerpt..." I am afraid of dying. It’s not the end that concerns me, it’s what happens before. You see, getting older is a relatively new thing, and we really aren’t that good at it. To be sure, modern medicine has done a great job helping us all live longer. Clean water, antibiotics and modern surgery have postponed the ultimate checkout time for most of us. The problem is that while lifespan has increased, our health span hasn’t kept pace.

Our parents, who worked their whole lives for a retirement they thought would be filled with joy and fulfillment, wither away while their frail bodies and minds disintegrate. They linger on while heart disease, hypertension, strokes, renal disease, diabetes, dementia and depression are more common than ever. Aging has become a disease. But it doesn’t have to be like this. We can turn the tide. How do I know? Because I’ve done it."

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  photo credit : Tim Ehrenberg, Nantucket Bookworks

photo credit: Tim Ehrenberg, Nantucket Bookworks

Dr. Monto's new book, The Fountain: A Doctor's Prescription to Make 60 the New 30 was named by Books for Better Living as one of the hottest new wellness books of 2018. Check it out at BBL.com. Order your copy today at Amazon, or your favorite local bookseller.

Maybe everyone doesn’t necessarily want to live longer, but everyone would probably agree that it’d be nice to live healthier, more fit, and dare I say, more youthful as we get older. Dr. Rocco Monto discusses how to do just that in his book The Fountain, focusing on the four pillars of science, diet, exercise, and medicine to show us how to ease the negative effects of growing older, prevent disease, and live more energetic and full lives as we age.

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"You have to understand that like most orthopedic surgeons, I’m a denier. It’s my preferred coping style. I do dangerous things in a dangerous world.  It works for me. I guess I’m a little jaded but I tend to take the long view and most problems seem to work themselves out. But this was different. I could sense Barry’s anxiety. Feel his distress. Frankly, I was getting a little anxious myself."