See why this book is our current best-seller in Health and Nutrition…
I don’t normally do book reviews, but this is the most important health book I have read in twenty or twenty-five years!
We started carrying this book at our store based on the request of a customer who works with the author in Italy. I decided to read the book, not because I was personally interested, but because its title threw me off and I was seriously wondering if I should be selling such a book in our store. What if it was just a scam and I was lending it our reputation and implicit endorsement?
So I took a copy home and started reading it. Well, along about chapter 3, the author explains the scientific backing for what appears to be a rather outlandish claim that we could live to 150 years of age in good health.
After reading it, I think you too, would agree that he is making a realistic claim and that mankind will in fact, achieve this in this 21st century, if not in my lifetime. The odds are that if I can just keep myself alive and in relatively decent health for another fifteen years, science will have progressed to the point where I could reasonably extend my life to well over 100 and perhaps to 125 years of age. This is rather remarkable, but we are poised on the verge of some great breakthroughs and even those of us who are already past middle age are not too old to benefit from them.
Dr. Tsoukalas blows apart some of the favorite misconceptions most of us hold about such varied topics as cholesterol, vitamins, vaccinations, insulin therapy for diabetes and so on. You will learn how the whole subject of “high cholesterol” was introduced as a money-making scam foisted on the public by the FDA at the behest of a pharmaceutical company purely for profit motives.
While thoroughly backing up his statements with references to the relevant scientific literature, he presents his case in a highly readable and informative format that is easy to understand.Of course, I wouldn’t want to live to 150 years old if I felt a day over 80! But Dr. Tsoukalas explains that this would indeed be pointless and undesirable. He suggests how it could be achieved while maintaining a much younger biological age in which one remained active and healthy.
If this interests you, I highly recommend his book.