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Spinach for Breakfast: How to Live Longer

Sam Almond imparts the dos and don’ts of living pleasurably, for longer

Nov. 8, 2012 - PRLog -- Longevity with good health is now becoming, more ever than before, a worthy and most desirable aim for all who realise that age limits are increasing and the necessity to work longer may become more important.

Spinach for Breakfast looks at all aspects of how to make the later years beneficial and pleasant, with advice on diet, exercise and other sensible living regimes.

Careful research on expert findings has been conveniently condensed to make a simple abridged reference guide rather than a detailed academic view. It is easy to read and gives all the required information for better, longer living.

Author Sam Almond is now 86 years old and is practising and taking advantage of all the research carried out on this subject. He is dieting and exercising his way to feeling fit and healthy, and enjoying life to the full – as he believes any reader, taking the advice of this book, can do.

About the Author:
Sam Almond has had a vivid life, from serving in the RAF and the Merchant Navy from 1943-7, to shirt manufacturing from 1950-78 to starting a leasing business, and then to writing two books – How to Trade Options and How to Trade CFOs Profitably – in 2011-2. Sam now works as an author and option trader.

PUBLICATION DATE 15th November 2012
ISBN: 9781780886411       Price: £4.95

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