As human beings, we all share certain basic wants and needs: we have need for food, water, shelter, safety, love, respect and self-esteem. Most people settle for pursuing a career that satisfies these basic human wants and needs and never really think beyond them to what their life could be about.
This book will challenge you to rethink your life and what is really important to you. The 7 Keys to Success contains an important message – it is time for you to wake-up and start living the life you were born to live, and to do that, you need to acquire these seven important keys.
By living the life you were born to lead, you will not only go on to achieve great success, you will also know that inner peace that comes from living a life that truly matters; one that actually makes a difference. So read this inspirational book today and begin to live your life on purpose.
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During my third year of medical school I stumbled upon an online article about calorie restriction with optimal nutrition. I read about an apparently simple diet intervention that prolonged the average and maximum lifespan of laboratory animals such as yeast, fruit flies, worms and mice. At that time, I wasn’t aware that such experiments were already done on non-human primates too.
Honestly, I dismissed it as a curiosity, an intervention that could have some effect in simple organisms such as fruit flies, but something which would never work in complex beings like us. It just seemed too good to be true.
Time passed and proved me wrong. Given an early childhood fascination with the limits of life extension, I studied engineering and medicine in an attempt to radically prolong human lifespan. After a short stint of research in neural prosthetics in a German lab, I realized implanting artificial devices into the human body is not a long-term solution.
I returned home where I started the medical residency in geriatrics, the branch of medicine specialized in age-associated diseases. A funny thing happened then. Reading about theories of aging is one thing. Daily caring for people 3-4 times your age is a completely different thing and I started to connect the dots.
I noticed some people aged like wine and others aged like vinegar. According to their skinny frames and detailed lifetime stories, it looked like calorie intake had something to do with it. That’s how I got started in typing the first words for this book.
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Would you like to eat ice cream and chocolate on a diet and still lose weight?
You can! Allow me to introduce:
Flexible Dieting – a nutritional approach that doesn’t limit what you can eat, nor does it dictate what you have to eat. Instead, with the help of some guidelines, you’ll design your own diet. Containing the foods you like.
Flexible Dieting will allow you to eat any food you desire, at any time of the day. Dieting has never been more fun and relaxing!
That’s right – you can eat your favourite foods every day and still achieve the physique you want!
This book will provide you with easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on how to set up your daily nutrition, and guarantee success.
An excellent new approach, “this book busts the biggest myths about diets, a refreshing change compared to books that keep telling the readers what not to eat.” (Jyotsna Ramachandran)
Easy to learn, “you do not have to be a hard-core dietitian to understand its concept.” (Guido Henkel)
Immediately applicable, “if you’re looking for clear, concise, practical nutritional information that really works, buy this right away!” (Matt Lazenby)