"Twenty-First Century Nutrition and Family Health" by Arnold V. Page is published

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  • (1888PressRelease) July 27, 2016 - "Twenty-First Century Nutrition and Family Health" by Arnold V. Page, ISBN #978-1785071775, About the Book: 80 years ago the rampant epidemics of obesity, coronary heart disease and Type 2 diabetes hardly existed. So why did they start? And why does no one seem able to bring them to an end? Twenty-First Century Nutrition and Family Health finally provides the answers.

    Meticulously researched from over 500 scientific papers, convincingly argued and engagingly written, research scientist Arnold Page dissects the mistakes, misrepresentations and vested interests that are costing the UK over ú55 billion a year in healthcare and lost productivity. He then demonstrates how any family can enjoy good food and good health without spending a fortune. All parents concerned for the present and future health of their families need to read this ground-breaking book while there is still time to act.

    Discover, among many other things:
    * shocking truth about sugar
    * three major causes of heart disease and how to eliminate all three
    * to lose weight and keep it off without feeling hungry
    * drink that reduces stress levels and the risk of strokes and other diseases
    * you and your kids can get a good night's sleep and stop feeling so tired
    * to keep your children's teeth totally free from decay and dental fluorosis
    * 25:45:30 Natural Health Diet
    * your whole family can learn to enjoy taking exercise and become super-fit
    * comprehensive manual for family health.

    About the Author:
    Arnold Page is a retired British research scientist who has authored some thirty technical publications. He is a member of the Nutrition Society, the Institution of Materials, Minerals & Mining, and the Institute of Wood Science. He has a food and health blog at www.naturalhealthdiet.uk.

    Having produced Captain Cook's Tuck Box, a PC cookery teaching program for children, Arnold began to investigate the subject of health and nutrition. This book is the culmination of four years' study of over 500 peer-reviewed research papers. After adopting his recommended diet and exercise plan, Arnold succeeded in climbing sixteen 3000ft mountain peaks at age 70.

    Excerpt from the Book:
    "An apple itself probably never killed anyone, but much of the food that we consume today certainly is killing us. We've allowed ourselves to be persuaded that it's better to buy and eat foods that men have manufactured or produced artificially than the more natural foods on which people have lived throughout most of human history. Like Adam in the Garden of Eden, we think we know better than God. The result is that the nation's health is suffering and many people are dying prematurely. We die precisely because we do not know the difference between good and evil, between good food and bad food, and even when we do, we don't believe it matters enough to change our diet for the betterů.

    I managed to make the switch in my own thinking, so I'm going to do my best to help you to do the same, if you are willing to read on. I will do it by means of facts, explanations and some earnest prayers. I'll spare you the earnest prayers, but I'll back up every fact with sound supporting evidence, and I'll make my explanations as clear as I possibly can. I'll conclude by telling you how to feed your family in a way that will provide them with the healthiest possible start in life. Then you'll be able to give them a huge reason for being glad they had you for a parent."

    Amazon Reviews:
    These are two from numerous five-star reviews for this book on Amazon:
    5.0 out of 5 stars A must read!
    By Spencer on 22 Oct. 2015
    Format: Paperback

    An insightful and well-researched book, which describes the simplicity of healthy eating. Some of the revelations contained with this book are only dawning on the western world e.g. that many manufactured products promoted as 'healthy', 'diet' or 'low fat' foods are actually not good for us, that sugar is a serious threat to health and that the money tied up in the food industry is undeniably behind the resistance to changing our society's eating habits (it was only highlighted in today's papers that there was great controversy behind the release of the 'sugar tax report'). Other revelations in this book are undoubtedly ahead of public awareness. I wholeheartedly encourage people to read this, for their wellbeing and that of their families. We are what we eatů

    5.0 out of 5 stars An excellent read and a very informative book.
    By Gregory Hargrove on 21 Sept. 2015
    Format: Paperback

    This book was a real eye opener. The food industry and some of our politicians even, have a lot to answer for. I didn't know that most of the food "research" carried out by "independent " organisations is funded by food manufacturers. So don't be surprised at the results!

    My wife and I have put a lot of this book's food advice into practise and I've also taken the book's advice about exercise. I'm now following the NHS "Couch to 5 K plan". I've got my weight down to the middle of my BMI range, stopped taking 2 different medicines (with my GP's approval of course) one for cramps and one for stomach aches and am feeling much, much better for it. Every family should have a copy. I bought copies for my children.

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