The Okinawa Way: How to Improve Your Health And Longevity Dramatically

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Penguin Books Limited, 2013. aug. 1. - 496 oldal
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Okinawa is the Japanese island, home to the world's healthiest population. Discover their secrets to a long and healthy life in the bestselling diet book and four-week plan . . .

There is nothing more universal than the desire to slow down the ageing process, to live a long, full life with health, energy, and independence. The Okinawa Way presents the first evidence-based program, based on a real population, to show you the way.

Written by the lead scientists of the 25-year Okinawa Centenarian Study, this breakthrough book reveals the diet, exercise, and lifestyle practices of the world's healthiest, longest-lived people and shows how readers can apply these practices to their own lives.

This book will help you to:
- Maximise fat loss with over 80 recipe suggestions
- Improve fitness through tai chi exercises
- Reduce stress with simple meditation ideas
- Develop inner spirituality and strengthen relationships

This comprehensive four-week plan is a practical method for slowing and even reversing the symptoms of ageing, that will help you to experience the health and longevity enjoyed by the Okinawans.

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'The Okinawa Way is a very significant contribution to the science of longevity. Read this book carefully and follow the recommendations and you will add years to your life and life to your years' Deepak Chopra MD, author of Ageless Body, Timeless Mind

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Dr Bradley Willcox is a distinguished Mayo Clinic doctor and a Geriatrics Fellow at Harvard. Professor Craig Willcox is a cultural anthropologist and professor at Okinawa Prefectural University College of Nursing. Dr Makoto Suzuki is a leading Japanese scholar known for his lifelong research in the field of ageing and the principle investigator for the ground-breaking Okinawan Centenarian Study.

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