The idea of a nonagenarian advising readers on keeping fit is an apparent anomaly, until the reader becomes privy to the author’s unusual position. For many researchers writing on the subject of health, wellness and longevity, there is a problem. Scientists such as the brilliant David Sinclair, self-experimenters like David Asprey and many others face a serious impediment to their revelations.
Many of them are in their 50s and 60s and half a century must pass before they can answer the question: ‘will their theories, based on laboratory research with yeast and white mice, really work?’
Here, in this purposefully brief book, author Fred Duffy tells how he has already introduced some of their conclusions into his lifestyle. He is proving in practice that many of their research findings are beneficial and have had a significant effect on his wellbeing.
Many books in this genre are heavyweights, some with technical and perhaps superfluous information, running to 300 to 400 pages. Happy and Healthy Living to 100+ can be read in little over an hour and shares with the reader the reasons for Duffy’s health and wellbeing
Now on the cusp of his 90s, with the advantage of age and experience, he has established a well-rounded Plan for a healthy later life. He invites readers to join with him on his journey to enjoy living to 100+. The Plan will likely lead the reader to a longer life, but author Duffy is not aiming for longevity. His aim is for a long and healthy old age, complete with purpose, creativity and the simple joy of living.
Readers who join him on the journey are likely to have the time of their lives.
Dr.J Tieri, Prof of Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine
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