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The Okinawa Way: How to Improve Your Health and Longevity Dramatically (Anglais) Broché – 19 juin 2001

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Good info, a bit too much mundane details 22 janvier 2011
Par Tristan Heberlein - Publié sur
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This book is a good volume for information about what contributes to the Okinawa's astonishing longevity. Not sure if it was worth buying - I think it includes too many details about too many studies...much too much detail for the average reader. I don't really care so much about who did what study when and what exact data they found. I prefer to get the main essence without so much detail. It made it a bit thick and boring.

A much better book, in my opinion, on longevity, is Sally Beare's "50 Secrets of the World's Longest Living People." It includes Okinawa, but also includes 4 other cultures that have incredible longevity, distills the main ideas, and breaks it up into 50 easy to read chapters, each one explaining in casual layman's terms, one of the "Secrets" that all 5 of those long-living cultures share in common.
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Move over, Dr. Andrew Weil and Dr. Tom Perls 20 septembre 2006
Par Donald Hsu - Publié sur
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This book is an excellent account of the 25 year study of 400 centenarians in Okinawa, Japan. The secrets of longevity are:

1. fruits and vegetables, little meat

2. canola oil, low chesterol, the ususal

3. exercise, eat small portion, 6 meals per day

4. relaxed life style, close to your family, friends, and community

5. low stress, good weather, swimming

6. always place health over wealth


I visited Dr. Makoto Suzuki in his office 2005. He was 73, but looked 53. He got three female assistants. I have no doubt he practised what he preached. I enjoyed his sage words.

Recent study at Harvard, showed that Korean females in Bergen County, New Jersey averaged 91 and going strong. We all have hopes.

I would recommend this book to everyone. The book will be better if it was less on the recipe and more on the comparisons between Japanese life style, on mainland vs Okinawa.
One of the best books 23 novembre 2014
Par Mr Carlos Quinoa - Publié sur
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I've been reading a few books during last months which helped me to improve my weight loss and quality of life, so far I managed to loose 15kg (30 pounds). I also found surprising in all previous diets/programs the main chop on the food consumption always was carbs, (which normally is a reduction of water rather than fat) meanwhile this book takes a different approach.
good but a little outdated. 11 mars 2014
Par Dr B C Trenkner - Publié sur
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On the whole gives a good idea of balancing vegetables with proteins, however terribly outdated when it comes to vitamins and supplements.
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