Continuous learning is a key factor in keeping your health. We suggest fascinating books for your reading list. Here are a few tidbits:
- Our bodies are continuously built and reshaped by the bacteria inside us.
- Eating one cup of beans or lentils each day is one of the habits of the people that live the longest.
- Diet is the #1 contributor to global disease burden, even beyond smoking.
- There are times it is better not to have doctors try to fix you.
Each book will change the way you think about the world and yourself. The authors write with wit and lively style. Despite what you may think from the titles, these are fast-paced and hard to put down once you start. Please dedicate regular reading time on your calendar, perhaps by skipping TV for a day each week. It is worth it.
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Harvard Medical School Health
I Contain Multitudes
The Blue Zones
How Not To Die
A Brief History of Everyone Who Ever Lived
How to Survive Anything
Lifespan: Why We Age―and Why We Don't Have To
What Makes Olga Run?
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