(The Herald - UK) If you had met Suzi Grant in the 1980s, "anti-ageing expert in the making" is probably not the impression you would have come away with. A broadcast journalist working the back shift with ITV's TVam breakfast show, she would often get home at 4am and got through the "huge pressure" of constant deadlines by indulging her cravings. "I actually looked rougher then than I do now, and it was 15 years ago," she says. "I smoked and drank a lot, as we all did at that time. The job was very enjoyable - but incredibly stressful too."
"I started reading up about health and found that you could avoid all the degenerative illnesses of your 40s and 50s if you took your life in your hands. I was 42." http://www.theherald.co.uk/features/65189.html