"This book can do more to improve well-being, now and for years to come, than the best available medicines."

Walter C. Willett, M.D.
Chair of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health

"If you?re looking for the path that leads to a long and healthy life, the definitive map is between the covers of this book! Brilliant!"

Dr. David Hunnicutt
President, Wellness Councils of America

"This book shows us the way to resolve much of America's health crisis. It explains the science of healthy living in a language people can understand and follow. Yet, it is backed with the scientific evidence that can be trusted. Every adult, every patient, and every doctor in American should read this book."

Dr. Roger L Greenlaw
FACP, Rockford Gastroenterology

"Dr. Aldana's passion to create change in America, has been articulated in this book. It is based on sound research and is understandable for anyone wanting to live a healthy life."

Lisa Henning
Executive Director, WorkWell, Inc. Lincoln, Nebraska

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Sample Interview Questions
  • Can chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancers be reversed?
  • Suppose you are a little over weight or obese, do you know how many years this can shorten your lifespan?
  • Will I live longer if I have a healthy lifestyle?
  • If healthy people live longer, what is the quality of those extra years?
  • If I have a healthy lifestyle, what benefits will I receive?
  • If good nutrition and physical activity are so important, how come most physicians rarely talk about them?
  • 6,000 people lost 10 percent of their body weight and kept if off for over 5 years. Do you want to know what they did to keep the weight off?
  • Is the Atkins diet safe? What about the South Beach Diet?
  • If I have a healthy body weight, why should I care about what I eat?
  • Why is whole wheat better for you than white bread?
  • I hate to exercise, is there any hope for me?
  • What can I do to stay physically active?
  • How much exercise is enough to get the health benefits?
  • What are phytochemicals, why are they in my food, and why are they so important?
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