Highly reviewed longevity books

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A series of 125 tasty recipes developed by Rebecca Katz's health expert to fight and avoid chronic diseases. Despite our anti-aging hysteria and many scientific advances, owing to bad lifestyle choices, life spans stopped increasing. Rebecca Katz, a nutrition pioneer, discusses the top seventeen foods that have been shown to combat the most serious medical illnesses. Katz draws on the…
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A series of 125 tasty recipes developed by Rebecca Katz’s health expert to fight and avoid chronic diseases. Despite our anti-aging hysteria and many scientific advances, owing to bad lifestyle choices, life spans stopped increasing. Rebecca Katz, a nutrition pioneer, discusses the top seventeen foods that have been shown to combat the most serious medical illnesses. Katz draws on the latest science studies to understand how superfoods such as asparagus, basil , cocoa, dark chocolate, kale, olive oil, sweet potatoes, and wild salmon can improve immunity, lower cholesterol, enhance memory, protect the heart, and minimize the risk of contracting diabetes and other diseases. Katz discusses each ingredient’s benefits and provides meal plans for treating different effects and detailed dietary information for each recipe. The Longevity Kitchen allows you to feed your family well and lead a healthy and happy life.


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A series of 125 tasty recipes developed by Rebecca Katz’s health expert to fight and avoid chronic diseases. Despite our anti-aging hysteria and many scientific advances, owing to bad lifestyle choices, life spans stopped increasing. Rebecca Katz, a nutrition pioneer, discusses the top seventeen foods that have been shown to combat the most serious medical illnesses. Katz draws on the latest science studies to understand how superfoods such as asparagus, basil , cocoa, dark chocolate, kale, olive oil, sweet potatoes, and wild salmon can improve immunity, lower cholesterol, enhance memory, protect the heart, and minimize the risk of contracting diabetes and other diseases. Katz discusses each ingredient’s benefits and provides meal plans for treating different effects and detailed dietary information for each recipe. The Longevity Kitchen allows you to feed your family well and lead a healthy and happy life.

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This research work, which Dr. Andrew Weil calls for a spectacular achievement with unexpected results, offers guidance on how to age in healthy ways. The Longevity Report, focused on the most detailed longevity research ever performed, reveals what truly affects our lifetime, including mates, families, temperament, and jobs. Dr. Howard Friedman and Dr. Leslie Martin are busting misconceptions about maintaining health and long life by gathering information from a study involving thousands of people over…
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This research work, which Dr. Andrew Weil calls for a spectacular achievement with unexpected results, offers guidance on how to age in healthy ways. The Longevity Report, focused on the most detailed longevity research ever performed, reveals what truly affects our lifetime, including mates, families, temperament, and jobs. Dr. Howard Friedman and Dr. Leslie Martin are busting misconceptions about maintaining health and long life by gathering information from a study involving thousands of people over eight decades. Including questionnaires to help you decide where you are headed on the continuum of aging and advice about how to stay alive, this book transforms the dialogue around leading a long, happy life.


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This research work, which Dr. Andrew Weil calls for a spectacular achievement with unexpected results, offers guidance on how to age in healthy ways. The Longevity Report, focused on the most detailed longevity research ever performed, reveals what truly affects our lifetime, including mates, families, temperament, and jobs. Dr. Howard Friedman and Dr. Leslie Martin are busting misconceptions about maintaining health and long life by gathering information from a study involving thousands of people over eight decades. Including questionnaires to help you decide where you are headed on the continuum of aging and advice about how to stay alive, this book transforms the dialogue around leading a long, happy life.

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The 100-Year Life - Living and Working in an Age of Longevity

by Lynda Gratton, Andrew Scott
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Most of us have been educated on the conventional idea of a three-stage transition to our daily lives: schooling, employment, and then retirement. Yet this well-established trajectory is now starting to crumble, standards for life are expanding, final wage savings are vanishing, and more people are juggling for growing numbers of individuals. Building from the rare blend of their social and economic expertise, Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott are providing a wide-ranging review as well…
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Most of us have been educated on the conventional idea of a three-stage transition to our daily lives: schooling, employment, and then retirement. Yet this well-established trajectory is now starting to crumble, standards for life are expanding, final wage savings are vanishing, and more people are juggling for growing numbers of individuals. Building from the rare blend of their social and economic expertise, Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott are providing a wide-ranging review as well as a variety of approaches, demonstrating how to reinvent your wealth, your health, your work and your friendships to build a rewarding 100-year existence. Shortlisted for the FT/McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award, The 100-Year Life is a wake-up call outlining what to do and taking into account the decisions and opportunities you will face. This is also essentially a call for action for people, leaders, companies, and governments and provides the clearest evidence that a 100-year life can be great and encouraging.


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Most of us have been educated on the conventional idea of a three-stage transition to our daily lives: schooling, employment, and then retirement. Yet this well-established trajectory is now starting to crumble, standards for life are expanding, final wage savings are vanishing, and more people are juggling for growing numbers of individuals. Building from the rare blend of their social and economic expertise, Lynda Gratton and Andrew Scott are providing a wide-ranging review as well as a variety of approaches, demonstrating how to reinvent your wealth, your health, your work and your friendships to build a rewarding 100-year existence. Shortlisted for the FT/McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award, The 100-Year Life is a wake-up call outlining what to do and taking into account the decisions and opportunities you will face. This is also essentially a call for action for people, leaders, companies, and governments and provides the clearest evidence that a 100-year life can be great and encouraging.

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Survival of the Sickest - A Medical Maverick Discovers Why We Need Disease

by Dr. Sharon Moalem, Jonathan Prince
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Diabetes has responded to the last Ice Age? has a lethal inherited disorder allowed our descendants to survive Europe's bubonic plagues? Why are we getting older? Dr. Sharon Moalem, entering the ranks of contemporary myth busters, flips our current view of illness on our head and asks us to radically alter the way we feel of our bodies, our wellbeing, and our connection with just about every other living being on Earth, from plants and…
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Diabetes has responded to the last Ice Age? has a lethal inherited disorder allowed our descendants to survive Europe’s bubonic plagues? Why are we getting older? Dr. Sharon Moalem, entering the ranks of contemporary myth busters, flips our current view of illness on our head and asks us to radically alter the way we feel of our bodies, our wellbeing, and our connection with just about every other living being on Earth, from plants and animals to insects and bacteria. Dr. Moalem shows in a new and fascinating study that some of today’s medical conditions originally gave our ancestors an advantge in survival. He shows that evolution tneds to choose longevity with sickness over healthy short live. Our genetic heritage shows climate evolution, type of food and beverage our ancerstors were consuming Survival of the Sickest illustrates that modern medicine needs to aknowledge our past in order to help us live longer. Survival of the Sickest is packed with insightful observations and cutting-edge science, delivered in a way that is simultaneously open and fully absorbent.


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Diabetes has responded to the last Ice Age? has a lethal inherited disorder allowed our descendants to survive Europe’s bubonic plagues? Why are we getting older? Dr. Sharon Moalem, entering the ranks of contemporary myth busters, flips our current view of illness on our head and asks us to radically alter the way we feel of our bodies, our wellbeing, and our connection with just about every other living being on Earth, from plants and animals to insects and bacteria. Dr. Moalem shows in a new and fascinating study that some of today’s medical conditions originally gave our ancestors an advantge in survival. He shows that evolution tneds to choose longevity with sickness over healthy short live. Our genetic heritage shows climate evolution, type of food and beverage our ancerstors were consuming Survival of the Sickest illustrates that modern medicine needs to aknowledge our past in order to help us live longer. Survival of the Sickest is packed with insightful observations and cutting-edge science, delivered in a way that is simultaneously open and fully absorbent.

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A creative project to lead a long, safe, prosperous life comes from the New York Times bestseller The Plant Paradox. Throughout much of his life, world-renowned physician Dr. Steven Gundry has treated mostly elderly. She says everybody feels they want to live forever before they enter the middle ages and see their parents' and even their peers' pain. Working with thousands of people, Dr. Gundry has found that the ageing disorders we most dread are…
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A creative project to lead a long, safe, prosperous life comes from the New York Times bestseller The Plant Paradox. Throughout much of his life, world-renowned physician Dr. Steven Gundry has treated mostly elderly. She says everybody feels they want to live forever before they enter the middle ages and see their parents’ and even their peers’ pain. Working with thousands of people, Dr. Gundry has found that the ageing disorders we most dread are not only a result of age; instead, they are a by-product of the way they have lived over the decades. Dr. Gundry outlines a roadmap of food and lifestyle in The Longevity Paradox to help digestive wellbeing and live well in the coming decades. The Longevity Paradox, a pragmatic guide to the emerging science of aging, provides an action plan to stop or cure illness and quick solutions to make you look younger and feel more alive.


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A creative project to lead a long, safe, prosperous life comes from the New York Times bestseller The Plant Paradox. Throughout much of his life, world-renowned physician Dr. Steven Gundry has treated mostly elderly. She says everybody feels they want to live forever before they enter the middle ages and see their parents’ and even their peers’ pain. Working with thousands of people, Dr. Gundry has found that the ageing disorders we most dread are not only a result of age; instead, they are a by-product of the way they have lived over the decades. Dr. Gundry outlines a roadmap of food and lifestyle in The Longevity Paradox to help digestive wellbeing and live well in the coming decades. The Longevity Paradox, a pragmatic guide to the emerging science of aging, provides an action plan to stop or cure illness and quick solutions to make you look younger and feel more alive.

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What can you do to slow natural aging to live longer and better ? Kris Verburgh illuminates the biochemical processes that make our bodies vulnerable to heart attacks, strokes, arthritis, diabetes and other age-related diseases. We hear about the critical task of malfunctioning mitochondria, shorter telomeres, enzymes, sugars, and more. Dr. Verburgh also offers the resources we need to slow things down while describing the ageing cycle at work. Dr. Verburgh explains how new vaccine…
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What can you do to slow natural aging to live longer and better ? Kris Verburgh illuminates the biochemical processes that make our bodies vulnerable to heart attacks, strokes, arthritis, diabetes and other age-related diseases. We hear about the critical task of malfunctioning mitochondria, shorter telomeres, enzymes, sugars, and more. Dr. Verburgh also offers the resources we need to slow things down while describing the ageing cycle at work. Dr. Verburgh explains how new vaccine types, mitochondrial DNA, CRISPR enzymes, and stem cells can allow us to slow down or even reverse aging.


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What can you do to slow natural aging to live longer and better ? Kris Verburgh illuminates the biochemical processes that make our bodies vulnerable to heart attacks, strokes, arthritis, diabetes and other age-related diseases. We hear about the critical task of malfunctioning mitochondria, shorter telomeres, enzymes, sugars, and more. Dr. Verburgh also offers the resources we need to slow things down while describing the ageing cycle at work. Dr. Verburgh explains how new vaccine types, mitochondrial DNA, CRISPR enzymes, and stem cells can allow us to slow down or even reverse aging.

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