New Book Uses Old Fashioned Habits to Tackle the Problems of Contemporary Lifestyle Diseases
Author, Social Entrepreneur, and Health Activist Reveals Slow Living Secrets from the Greek Village to Live Longer and Healthier
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The author brings to life the secrets of "siga, siga" taught to him by his grandmother on the beautiful island of Lesvos where he went every summer holiday as a child and these memories and understanding of the benefits of the Greek village come to life in the pages of his new publication. The reader is taken on a journey full of charming images to tempt the senses, while simultaneously providing a strategy to improve general health and wellbeing.
The Slow Life Diet is a different perspective on how to plan a healthy, enjoyable way of life. It's a lifestyle that demands a mindset committed to change and growth. Living healthier in order to live longer is a way of life in the Greek village, and thus, Greek villagers are known to have a long-life expectancy. The author spotlights Maria, who lived in one of the villages on the Island where it is typical that the inhabitants live passed their 90s. And what is so remarkable about this is they still are an active part of society until their yester years.
According to the author, "Getting old simply means that your body is slowly giving way to the wear and tear of long usage, but our brain, mentally, can stay young forever. The Greek villagers never forget this notion that progressing through ages is a physical metamorphosis rather than a mental one."
Slow Life Diet: Greek Village Living – The Pathway to a Healthier Lifestyle, Healthier Habits, and a Happier You is available in paperback and e-book to order and download on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/