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Where does The Gene Therapy Plan rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
The research in this book is beautifully laid out. Some academic critics complain that his recommendations are not current enough, or that he's missed important pieces. As someone also teaching in the healthcare world, if someone reading this book implemented 1/1000'th of his suggestions, they would live longer. If your take away from this book is to stop eating chips and processed carbs (like cereal), you're well on your way to living longer. If you avoid peanuts moving forward, you're doing great also.
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To those who complain about his long supplement lists, I love how the audible version stresses that you should pick one supplement to start with and see how it feels. Then you'd slowly add more only if you feel like it. He specifically says not to buy everything. He is giving you ideas and choices.
My take aways are to use more extra virgin olive oil, take green coffee extract and CLA, and eat more broccoli. These are three of the 500 possible suggestions that he has in this book, and I'll probably live longer for it.
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Finally, I wish that the author rests in peace. For those who do not know, he recently committed suicide. We all harbor demons; this is human. We should recognize the contribution he made while on this planet.
This book made me a better person.
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This is a great book if you are "into" integrative medicine and are interested in nutrition for good health. It us, at times, over the head of a layperson who does not have a background in medicine, but it is useful to the layperson nonetheless. It provides the reader with great information about supplements and foods for specific health concerns and ailments and does a great job of citing research and medical processes to back up his recommendations.
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