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Can We Live 150 Years?: Your Body Maintenance Handbook


Can We Live 150 Years?: Your Body Maintenance Handbook

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    Available in PDF Format | Can We Live 150 Years?: Your Body Maintenance Handbook.pdf | English
    Mikhail Tombak(Author) Jan Madejski(Translator)
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"... guide to adopting healthy practices in order to extend one's life span. From delaying the aging process; to illnes prevention tiips; to proper breathing, dieting, and exercising; to keeping in optimim condition; to keeping toxins out of one's intestines, kidney, liver, and blood, "Can We Live 150 Years?" is an enthusiastically recommended supp --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • By renata on 20 July 2017

    The best book ever! How to live healthy. Highly recommended.

  • By Dani on 28 August 2016

    Compostela change to the way of living

  • By Guest on 14 August 2016

    Great knowledge the mainstream dont want circulated.

  • By J Gillett on 12 January 2015

    Arrived very quickly and perfect.

  • By ADA on 3 April 2007

    The book, written in a simple language, explains home made recipes for body cleansing, treatment of some common ailments, proper nutrition, proper breathing techniques, taking care of your back, and much more. The book is very comprehensive and compact. In fact a little too compact for my eyes - it would be easier to read if the letters were bigger. Some other publishers would probably blow it out to easily over 400 pages.You will find there many good alternatives to visiting your physician with any small disorder or inconvenience (example: drink a raspberry tea, instead of taking aspirin). Among all the plentiful advice you will also come across some that you should take with a grain of salt, but if you approach it with an open mind you will certainly find a lot of useful recommendations.I happen to disagree with the author on some issues. Specifically, in my opinion the calculation of life expectancy seems to be based on some wrong assumption, but my goal is not to live 150 years anyway... However, after you separate the grain from chaff and ignore all the elements that you consider too difficult or impractical, you will still be left with a lot of useful guidance that will help you lead healthier life.The liver cleansing routine does require two full days of total devotion to your own self. It is not pleasant, either, as you first need to fasten for over a day, and then you need to drink alternatively olive oil and lemon juice. It is not easy, but it is very rewarding. I felt very much rejuvenated after cleansing of my liver. The good news is that you do not need to do it more often than twice a year. The author also suggests fasting at least a few days a month. Not as a means to losing weight, but as a self-cleansing routine. Alternatively, if your prefer the easy way, take sauna each few days... By the way, the author also suggest an alternative, easy way of liver cleansing with the help of apple juice, but my experience tells me that "the easy solutions" most of the time don't bring about as good results as "doing it the hard way". And so on, and so forth...To summarize: It is a good book, just pick up what you find useful and ignore the stuff that does not suit you. There is something for everyone. It's a very much recommended title.

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