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    • PDF version with 363 pages
    • Lose weight
    • Get rid of pain
    • Have more energy
    • Stay fit and functional as you age
    • Break from one-size-fits-all workout plans
    • Methodology to experiment with what leads to wellness for you
    • Tools to track and measure results

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Worth a quick read

I mentioned in a reply: I like it that you're not coming across with a hard "this is the magic solution" sales message. And that you especially point out that unregulated capitalism has harmed people's easy health options and/or research funding. Ironically, when I visited China, I saw that the socialist central govt, out of care for its people's health, has policies wherein fresh vegetables are easily available even at little convenience stores at low prices. In contrast, America's government, due to political campaign contributions and tax / labor incentives to hire people to process food, makes more processed foods available at convenience stores even if they're not healthy. Actually this trend even shows up in restaurants and grocery stores.

I don't want to get too political, but if Americans continue our "me first" / "corporations are people" approach to government, China and other socialist dictatorships will never have to invade us: we'll just cannabilize ourselves, with unhealthy food and unaffordable or unaccessible quality education about it, for them.

A few thoughts: I didn't know that sugar / calcium levels can play a greater role in detecting heart disease than cholesterol. Thanks for sharing that. Would have liked more on this as recently a healthcare friend told me that as men age they might actually do better with slightly higher cholesterol levels than when younger etc.

Might disagree, or suggest clarification, on the "avoid vegetable oil" message in that ironically olive oil might be considered a "vegetable oil" and/or sometimes people need to consider what the make up of the vegetable oil is.

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Very interesting experience worth to read

I finished it. I'm into nutrition, I don't agree with everything in that book but I recognize that it was worth to read it! I like the approach of experimenting with the body. Thank to the author for giving a condensed version of all his research and experience. I'm using his advice for sleeping better and improve my mindfulness. It was free but I still wanted to leave my feedback.

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All around solid book!

This book leaves out no fluff. It's a journey one must take to make changes in transforming life. Everyone's journey is different and David gives you his pathway to success that he had to endure. David didn't hold anything back and shared his journey and his life. It's a long read but worth it! Very good information in this book. I would definitely recommend this manuscript to everyone. 5-stars++

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Thank you for the positive feedback!

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Great info

Thanks for the book, great lifehacks! I always appreciate this kind of information investigated with successful stories

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Thank you for the review! I love little life hacks and would love to hear anything you find that works.

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Thanks for the book

Many useful nuggets. Very motivational. Simple language, easy to read.

If you're interested in health and nutrition, I highly recommend reading it.

Thanks for the book, David.

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Thank you for the feedback and glad you got something from it. Please share it.

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Worth a quick read

I mentioned in a reply: I like it that you're not coming across with a hard "this is the magic solution" sales message. And that you especially point out that unregulated capitalism has harmed people's easy health options and/or research funding. Ironically, when I visited China, I saw that the socialist central govt, out of care for its people's health, has policies wherein fresh vegetables are easily available even at little convenience stores at low prices. In contrast, America's government, due to political campaign contributions and tax / labor incentives to hire people to process food, makes more processed foods available at convenience stores even if they're not healthy. Actually this trend even shows up in restaurants and grocery stores.

I don't want to get too political, but if Americans continue our "me first" / "corporations are people" approach to government, China and other socialist dictatorships will never have to invade us: we'll just cannabilize ourselves, with unhealthy food and unaffordable or unaccessible quality education about it, for them.

A few thoughts: I didn't know that sugar / calcium levels can play a greater role in detecting heart disease than cholesterol. Thanks for sharing that. Would have liked more on this as recently a healthcare friend told me that as men age they might actually do better with slightly higher cholesterol levels than when younger etc.

Might disagree, or suggest clarification, on the "avoid vegetable oil" message in that ironically olive oil might be considered a "vegetable oil" and/or sometimes people need to consider what the make up of the vegetable oil is.

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Very interesting experience worth to read

I finished it. I'm into nutrition, I don't agree with everything in that book but I recognize that it was worth to read it! I like the approach of experimenting with the body. Thank to the author for giving a condensed version of all his research and experience. I'm using his advice for sleeping better and improve my mindfulness. It was free but I still wanted to leave my feedback.

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All around solid book!

This book leaves out no fluff. It's a journey one must take to make changes in transforming life. Everyone's journey is different and David gives you his pathway to success that he had to endure. David didn't hold anything back and shared his journey and his life. It's a long read but worth it! Very good information in this book. I would definitely recommend this manuscript to everyone. 5-stars++

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Thank you for the positive feedback!

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Great info

Thanks for the book, great lifehacks! I always appreciate this kind of information investigated with successful stories

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Thank you for the review! I love little life hacks and would love to hear anything you find that works.

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Thanks for the book

Many useful nuggets. Very motivational. Simple language, easy to read.

If you're interested in health and nutrition, I highly recommend reading it.

Thanks for the book, David.

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Thank you for the feedback and glad you got something from it. Please share it.