Les Rosenbaum: “I just put your forthcoming book into my Amazon basket for my daughter. I’ll buy the Kindle version for myself. Now, I HIGHLY recommend a book to you: How Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease.”
☞ Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. I bought it; I’ve read it; I’m retitling it — split infinitive be damned — How to NOT Die.
And re-subtitling it: Or At Least Extend Your Life and Improve Its Quality.
I have no credentials whatever to make these claims, nor to evaluate the book’s 132 pages of footnotes and the studies they point to. And I find it hard to believe that watermelons are a berry. But in the same way you just know Twinkies and Pringles can’t be as good for you as a fresh peach, I think you will just know this book makes sense . . . so nicely written and easily organized that you may actually change your diet somewhat — out of enthusiasm, not guilt or obligation — and urge it on others as Les has urged it on me and I now urge it on you.
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