The 120-year diet: how to double your vital years

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Pocket Books, 1988 - Health & Fitness - 432 pages
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You can feel younger and more vigorous at every age with the help of The 120-Year Diet. Developed by Dr. Roy L. Walford, this high-nutrient, low-calorie diet is based on long-range university studies which suggest that people can retard aging, extend their life span and prevent diseases with the simple dietary measures described.

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The 120-year diet: how to double your vital years

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The only real problem with this book is that too many have come before it. Dr. Walford refers to many of his colleagues in the field of healthful living advice, such as Nathan Pritikin and Jane Brody ... Read full review

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Contents

PREFACE
13
Scientific Background of
55
The HighLow Diet for Humans
68
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About the author (1988)

Roy L. Walford, MD (1924-2004), known as "the father of CR," was the author of eight books and 300 scientific articles. His longtime pioneering research on the effects of a low-calorie diet on aging continues to inspire and guide gerontology research worldwide.

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