Love, Laugh and Eat
Harper, 2013 (2013)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
ver wonder why Okinawans have the greatest number of centenarians per capita in the world and very low incidences of heart disease, strokes, breast and prostate cancer?
re there things those who live past 100 know that the rest of us don't?
he author spent 25 years traveling the world to uncover the secrets of longevity and researching the cultures, habits, foods and traditions of 100 countries. Dr. Tickell provides some of the answers to these and similar questions about what it takes to live longer.
oiling down his findings into a practical, doable everyday program, Dr. Tickell has created an easy-to-follow guide that will change one's life for the better and extend it. The
Activity, Coping and Eating
(ACE) program outlined in this little book points the way to successfully use your brain, body, and mouth to lose weight and live a healthier existence.
ombining stress reduction, diet alterations and exercise with a seven day detoxification plan, the author also serves up a meal and snack plan that will fight hunger and help shed and keep off those unwanted pounds.
r. Tickell will be featured on a PBS special this month and no doubt there will rebroadcasts of the health program throughout the rest of the year and perhaps in 2014 as well.
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