Doctor Unveils the Path to Better 'Lifestyle and Longevity'
By: Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
His book is written for everyone who wants to live a healthier lifestyle. It addresses energy intake and dietary considerations that can overcome or delay development of the biggest factors that are killing people today: heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and dementia.
Other health considerations include exercise, genetics, and environmental and psychological factors.
With historically unprecedented amounts of leisure time due to technological advancements, people have become more sedentary and are also eating unhealthy fast foods. Many of these life-shortening effects did not occur in the past, but the doctor explains that they are reversible.
About the Author: Tom Taylor grew up in England, attended the Universities of Edinburgh and Manchester, trained as a surgeon, and practiced surgery and surgical research in Manchester and Houston, Texas. He has written 10 books, including Surgical Gastroenterology, Upper Digestive Surgery, Case Studies in General Surgery, Pelvic Pouch Procedures, and Overcoming Obesity; wrote four monographs on individual operative surgical procedures; wrote over 200 scientific papers, and holds 10 U.S. patents. He lives in Cheshire, England, and Houston, Texas.
"This may be the most important book you ever read. Lifestyle and Longevity tells you everything you need to know to live a longer and healthier life," said Robert Fletcher, CEO of Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Agency.
LIFESTYLE AND LONGEVITY (ISBN: 978-1-950860-
Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC