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healty at 100 by john robbins must read

john robbins has a new book out healthy at 100. it is a must read for those trying to be more healthy. it talks about 4 different cultures and groups of people who live the longest and what they do and what they eat. it is a great read has anyone read it?

Sat. Sep 23, 12:12am

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based on your recommendation, I bought the book after looking at it while at the bookstore. it looks very interesting... I'm just to the intro, but he made an interesting observation that loneliness is more lethal than cigarettes. looking forward to reading the rest. thanks for the recommendation!

Sunday, September 24, 2006, 10:36 PM

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this book is mind blowing!

Monday, September 25, 2006, 1:22 PM

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and the IEers were accused of spamming..

Monday, September 25, 2006, 1:44 PM

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just based on the refernced idea mentioned in the introduction of this book that loneliness is more lethal than cigarettes, i will not read this book. c'mon, people! that is so over the top!

Monday, September 25, 2006, 1:49 PM

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one thread with 4 responses does not in any way equal the numerous, countless even, times that intuitive eating has been brought up/plugged/promoted/pushed on us.

Monday, September 25, 2006, 4:14 PM

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I most definitely concur with the 4:14 poster. How does one book recommendation even compare?

Also, basing one's opinion of an entire book (or anything else for that matter) on one casual remark by a poster comes across as reactionary rather than a thoughtful rebuttal of the effects of lonliless on quality and length of life. Considering the numerous studies that have come out on the effects of social isolation and how damaging it is - I would not have trouble believing that a smoker with a big loving network of friends and family has a far happier and longer life than a lonely, isolated non-smoker.

I am determined to live as long as possible and am doing everything in my power to ensure that I will be active and healthy well into my dotage - mainly because so many of my older relatives don't :-(. So I will most definitely have my local library hold a copy and see what all the growing fuss is about.

Monday, September 25, 2006, 4:49 PM

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