Live Longer, Smarter: Revolutionary Concepts to eliminate Cancer, Heart Disease, Birth Defects, Arthritis etc.

By | January 8, 2018

Have you ever wondered why there is so much conflicting, paradox, and ever-changing health advice? Why we spend the last ten years of our lives in ill health? Why one out of 23 babies is born with birth defects? Why there is still no cure for cancer? The answer is that some of our basic concepts of health are flawed or just simply wrong. We confuse immediate causes with basic causes and derive our knowledge from bad science and beliefs. The central themes of this book are epi-genetic adaptation and hormesis. It is written in easy-to-understand language suitable for everyone: Laymen, scientists, students and physicians. Never-before published research delineates the surprising basic causes of degenerative diseases and the path towards their retardation and elimination. Numerous original observations make this book truly unique; a ground-breaking paradigm shift. This is not your run-of-the-mill health book with delicious recipes attached. Rather it is a high-level overview of the broad concepts that control our health and longevity. It summarizes a lifetime of research in such diverse scientific fields as nutrition, epi-genetics, agriculture, animal husbandry, medicine and nuclear physics. It is obsessively summarized to avoid wasting your time. As entertainment it includes many personal stories. You can read as much or as little as you please, without missing the central messages. Once you understand the basics, you will be able to create your own unique lifestyle (“I did it my way”). Your life can be comfortable, healthy and happy when you escape the slavery of following someone else’s questionable and onerous health advice.

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