Can We Live 150 Years?: Your Body Maintenance Handbook

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New Wave Internet Services, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 268 pages
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The author applies a no-nonsense approach to dieting, exercising, disease treating, and other aspects of everyday life. Our looks, longevity, as well as our physical and mental conditions result from the way we eat, breathe, and take care of all our physical and psychological needs. The question is not limited to nutrition only, as is the case of dieting programs.

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User Review  - Yani - Borders

First of all, there is a mistake in Borders catalogues -- This book is in English not in German language. I purchased this book about a year ago. It helped me make a lot of important changes in my ... Read full review

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Dear Readers,
I know you've seen a lot of negative reviews and a lot of people will say its nonsense.But its not.After reading and doing this book you will feel so much better.Like the author stated
just try eating according to this style of eating for one week and see the results for yourself.This is all pratical advice.This is a must-buy book.I reccomend this book anyone.It truly is great invesment to your health. 

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About the author (2003)

Professor Mikhail Tombak, Ph.D., former head of Center for Health Sciences in Moscow, is the author of several books on health, self help, and longevity. He lives in Warsaw. Poland.

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