What if you discovered someone who held the secret to living longer, perhaps forever? The Man Who Lived Forever–a unique fact-injected story–tells such a tale. It includes actual dietary and lifestyle practices, shopping lists and more to help you claim perfect health, long life and find your own fountain of youth! (204 pp; 6″ x 9″; ISBN: 978-1502358936)
[Alternate/previous title: The Ageless Adept]
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Scientists tell us that the human body is genetically coded for perfect health, youthfulness and immortality. In other words, since the body’s 7 trillion cells renew themselves every seven years, there’s actually no reason for us to age, get sick or even die.
If that’s true, then what are we doing wrong? Why are people getting sick younger and aging faster? How did we lose our connection to immortality? And how do we get it back?
What if there were a way you could re-activate your body’s dormant code and stay young forever…or at least a lot longer? Imagine living in perfect health for all your life and never getting sick. Imagine if you never caught a cold, didn’t get cavities, and kept your skin smooth, your mind sharp, and your body vital and energetic for as long as you chose to live–without pills and drugs!
Are there people living now who know those secrets? Might there actually be immortals living among us who keep their existence hidden for obvious reasons? What if you could find and spend a week with one of these “ageless adepts?” What secrets could an immortal share with you about health and living? One lucky seeker finds out in this “based on truth” quest and documents his 7 conversations with the Adept that answer life’s most elusive question, and changes his life (and diet) forever!
Physical or Digital? Read this before you order ANY book!The Power of the Paperback!:
Digital books (pdfs/ebooks for Kindle/Nook e-readers) are convenient, but they do not have mass. They do not have the same power a physical book has to continuously transmit information via the senses of sight, touch, hearing (e.g., the sound of pages turning, and even smell). In other words, the paperback sitting on your shelf will continue to communicate and influence you even after you\'ve read it! (And, it's also much easier to share with others!)
"The man who lived forever" is not just a title, it's a reminder of an ideal to aspire to that you'll see and hear each time you glance at your shelf!