A Word (or Two) About My Book

Psst! You want to have more energy, a better memory and be healthier? If so, read on!

I want to share with you a few things about the contents of my book, How to Live The Healthiest Life. https://www.howtolivethehealthiestlife.com

While the press are keen to scare us with how everybody these days dies from coronavirus, you know the vast majority of people suffer and die of degenerative diseases like heart attack, cancer, stroke, dementia, Alzheimer’s etc.? Despite what the disease racket will say about those diseases, they are all preventable. What I do in my book is expose the mostly unknown causes of those diseases and share with you workable solutions so you can live healthier for longer. Do you want to stay healthier for longer?

What this book is NOT is a simplistic, single datum, cure all.

A few years ago someone rang me all excited about an author promoting his book who lost 10 kilos just by significantly reducing the amount of sugar in his diet.

While that is great, if you are still eating crap, even if it’s crap with less sugar IT’S STILL CRAP!

It might be less bad for you than sugar filled crap but it’s still crap!

Nutritionally devoid, processed food in your diet, with or without sugar, is still inflammatory – that’s destructive. Even more destructive than cholesterol for which many people take drugs with deadly side effects. So allowing your attention to be put onto a single datum solution, even if it has validity, can be just as destructive as doing nothing different from what you are doing at present.

My book is the result of a careful sifting through the last 12 years of reading to select the most relevant and applicable data that, in my considered opinion, will make the most difference to your short and long-term health and well-being. It is a comprehensive, some would say encyclopedic, review of the latest data on what is and isn’t the best for you, diet, exercise and lifestyle wise.

If you are looking for a simplistic, one size fits all, brain-dead, partial solution, look elsewhere.

If you have spent any time at all researching almost anything on the internet you will have come across conflicting ideas. One person says, “Drink 6-8 glasses of water a day.” another says, “Do not drink water! Drink fresh fruit and vegetable juices instead.”

There is probably an infinite, gradient scale of truth that applies to data but for the purpose of simplicity, let’s say there are three types of data. True data, partially true data and false data.

In my limited experience the law of gravity is a relatively true datum, “When released above the ground, objects heavier than air will fall to the ground.” Some people point to the limitations of that datum when applied to larger objects, like stars, planets and moons, in space, but that’s another discussion. At least here on Earth the datum holds true.

Some ideas sound benign but can be dangerous. A few years ago to promote the launch of a gaming console an LA radio commentator held a “Hold your wee for a Wii” competition. One overweight person died as a result of holding too much wee for too long.

Sometimes you can recognise an idea as at least a wacky, if not dangerous false data. Some sound off beat until you know why they are promoted. Coffee enemas for instance. When I first heard of them I thought the guy who dreamt it up must have been warped or on drugs.

Turns out coffee enemas help the body get rid of toxins faster. According to the late Dr. Max Gerson, a pioneer of coffee enema therapy and its effectiveness as part of his famous Gerson Diet to help a person rid themselves of cancer, caffeine and other beneficial compounds in coffee stimulate the production of glutathione S-transferase (GST) in the liver. GST is said to be the “master detoxifier” in the body, as this powerful enzyme binds with toxins throughout the body and flushes them out during the enema process.

According to a 1982 study conducted by the National Research Council (NRC), the effect of green coffee bean consumption on the production of GST in test mice was an astounding 600 percent increase in the liver, and a 700 percent increase in the small intestine. In humans, the effect is similar, if not amplified, during a coffee enema, as coffee is able to directly stimulate the liver without having to first run through the digestive tract. The result is a powerful detoxifying effect that is unmatched by sheer diet alone.

Sometimes it’s hard to tell who’s right and who’s wrong. Sometimes what we are being presented with is a datum with limited applicability. Sometimes we a given a datum that applies to a limited area and it is presented as being applicable to a wider area. Often we are told as fact what is just someone’s opinion.

One of the hardest challenges is when we are given a datum relating to an area about which we have limited or no information with which to cross check or verify the truth or otherwise of what we are told. This is why we tend to rely on experts in that field.

The distinct liability here is that in many areas of society, not the least of them medicine, the truth often plays second fiddle to, if not is downright suppressed by, vested interests.

I’ll give you an example. Medical professionals in America are told to count as a COVID-19 death anybody who died who tested positive for the virus, whether that killed them or not. Let’s just ignore the high percentage of false positives for which the tests are commonly known. Obviously this is designed to pump up the death toll as a scare tactic to make us more compliant with what they want to promote next but also, what long-term damage is this wrong attribution of death going to do to mortailty analysis?

From your perspective, one of the advantages of my book is that I have no vested interest greater than your health and well being. So there is no lifestyle or dietary practice in there that I have any slightest doubt about following myself and the vast majority I do!

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