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Best wishes and God bless,
This book is surprisingly well written with an appreciation of much of todays science. The book is transcribed by Anne Cornelius which may be why it comes across so well. However Bernando reads a lot... so much of the filling material may be his although it wasn't clear if it all was.
God is a conatant theme in this book... you may be surprised to learn some of the things god has to say about long life.
Bernando might make you take a new look at a few foods you haven't considered previously like Canteloupe: Someone should add a bit more of the canteloupe science to the book... as it turns out Canteloupe is very effective at triggering NO (Nitric Oxide) production. You don't realise how important that is until you realise they awarded the Nobel prize in medicine for NO in 1998:
Keeping NO production high is probably the key to health and longevity!
Bernando constantly reminds you that as you cook you ruin a lot of vitamins, enzymes and fats (You also lose minerals). This is valuable advice. Yet he's not 100% raw food or vegetarian... as some people are trying to portray him and that doesn't come out clearly.
There are obviously a lot of areas he doesn't talk about in this book like the value of water... so we assume that he will talk about more stuff in his next book.
Bernando does have glasses... which does suggest he is slowing down a bit... but otherwise he looks to be in excellent health.
There were a couple of errors in the book but no way to notify anyone so they could be corrected.
Well worth reading. Definitely keep an eye out for his follow up book. He's got a lot more he can share with us.