Live Longer and Love Life

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Xulon Press, 2007 - Religion - 144 pages
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Live Longer and Love Life: Lessons from the Life of King David Do you want to live a longer, healthier life? Do you want to enjoy your life and make others happy? Do you want to leave a lasting legacy? Then this book is for you! In Live Longer and Love Life, which merges medical science with biblical principles, you will learn how to do the following: Live a healthier, longer life Be happier and more contented Live with purpose and meaning Make a difference in the lives of others Leave the world a better place. King David made numerous mistakes, yet the Bible records that he lived a long, fulfilled life. From this book, learn the longevity principles in his life that are supported by the latest medical research. Then you, like King David, can Live Longer and Love Life. A. RANDALL MOSS, M.D., R. Ph., has degrees both as a physician and as a pharmacist. He is not only a respected family physician, but also a renowned specialist in anti-aging medicine and bariatrics (nutrition and weight control.) Dr. Moss developed a company that produces high quality supplements in FDA-approved labs. A popular speaker nationally and internationally, he is on the cutting edge of implementing longevity principles in medical practice. JOY CLARY BROWN has authored, co-authored, or been a contributing author of eight books. A much sought-after speaker and nutritional trainer, her passion is biblical research correlating Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) with New Testament teachings. Her landmark book, The Creation Diet: God's Pattern for Health, Happiness, and Holiness, has helped numerous readers make lifestyle changes that improved their spiritual, mental, and physical health. Together, Dr. Moss and Joy Brown are developing a unique line of biblically-based health and beauty products.
 

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