The Healthiest People on Earth
Ten Extra Years of Life. Revelations from America’s Only Blue Zone.
They are the healthiest people on Earth. They live longer than anyone else. What is their secret?
You’re about to find out.
Seventh-day Adventists enjoy a life expectancy that is 10 years longer than the average person’s. A new blockbuster book, “The Healthiest People on Earth,” tells you how they do it. And how you can do it, too.
The Adventist’s health-smart stronghold in Loma Linda, California, is America’s only entry on the short list of so-called Blue Zones, which are regions on Earth where people live measurably longer than average, as identified by National Geographic-funded research.
Loma Linda was established in 1905 by the Adventist founder and prophet Ellen G. White. Her great-great-grandson still lives there. He is John Howard Weeks, an award-winning journalist and the author of the sensational new book “The Healthiest People on Earth.”
It’s not a book about religion. It’s a book about health and happiness. Weeks shares the secrets of how anyone, anywhere, can create a “Blue Zone” of their own and live a longer, better life.
A lively read full of exclusive family stories and secrets, happy home remedies, and dozens of recipes for “omnipotent” food dishes, “The Healthiest People on Earth” will start you on your journey toward a better body, mind and spirit, and longer life!
“The Healthiest People on Earth” chapter guide:
Introduction: Bad Tidings, Then Glad Tidings
One: In the Zone
Two: Health Nut
Three: As I Lay Dieting
Four: The World’s Best Diet
Five: Cheating in Moderation
Six: The Fundamentals of Supplementals
Seven: A Resounding Chorus of Booze
Eight: The Other Buzz Drinks — Coffee, Tea, and Whee!
Nine: The World’s Best Beverage
Ten: The Smoking Gun
Eleven: Exercise Your Right! (And Your Left!)
Twelve: Gardening — Reap ‘Em and Eat
Thirteen: Sex — Long May It Wave!
Fourteen: Sleep Well
Fifteen: Dream Well
Sixteen: Good Morning, Merry Sunshine
Seventeen: The Straight Poop
Eighteen: Happy Home Remedies
Nineteen: Cure for the Common Cold
Twenty: Good Health — Don’t Myth Out
Twenty-One: John’s Omnipotent Recipes