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— Kirkus Reports
— K. Craig Kent, M.D., chief of vascular surgery, New York–Presbyterian Hospital
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This book changed my life!! I went from OBESE to NORMAL in less than six months.
The advise given here is tremendous!! Read more
Recommend by an attractive single sixty something friend at a local Tavern. Guess she wants to keep me around a bit longer!Published 8 days ago by Jerry Katz
Enjoyed the book. Purchase one for my cousin and Younger Next Year for Men for a friend.Published 8 days ago by Georgia Braxton
I enjoyed most of the book. Just be aware that if you are a creationist, you'll have to ignore a lot of the doctor's information as he is firm Darwinian evolutionist.Published 8 days ago by Kent McPherson
I had heard this book recommended several times so I started reading it enthusiastically.
I soon realized that the authors believe the reader is not only ignorant of the... Read more
By doing what is outlined in this book, you actually can become FUNCTIONALLY younger next year. Well written. Only problem is the one author went too far back on his language. Read morePublished 12 days ago by JimmJames
Excellent book. It helped me understand the need for exercise in a way that I never understood before. I'm now exercising 45 minutes per day, 6 days per week. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Bruce Kutner
Was recommended by a friend and is one of the few books that have made an real impact on me .
I wish I had come across it earlier
Clear explanation of the science of exercise and nutrition. Inspiring to a 65 year old recent retiree who wants to stay in shape, get in better health and live longer.Published 19 days ago by James Sadoski