The Ageless Adept: A story of perfect Health, long life and the fountain of youth [NOOK Book]

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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 you could activate your body's dormant code and stay young forever? Imagine ...
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Overview

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 you could activate your body's dormant code and stay young forever? 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!

Publisher's Foreword

This may come as a surprise to you, but it's entirely possible and very likely that everything you believe to be true about food, medicine, health, illness and aging is nothing more than a set of subjective ideas put forth by people who really don't have a handle on truth, don't know what they're doing, or worse, don't have your best interests at heart—-people who are playing by a faulty rulebook or, worse, with no rule book at all.

Uninformed ideas, blind assumptions and outright lies underlie many of the food and (increasingly prevalent) drug commercials that air on television and radio. I'm sure you're familiar with many of these assumptions: that milk does a body good; that meat is real food for real people; that cancer can't be cured; that the common cold is inevitable; that allergies can only be relieved not ended; that hormone levels, hair growth and one's vitality inevitably decrease at certain ages; and that the drugs these companies are pushing actually heal and aren't, in fact, more dangerous than the ills they claim to cure given the mountain of (sometimes even fatal) side effects warned of in the disclaimers.

The sales pitches for these products start with these assumptions as “givens” and are never challenged. As a result, people buy into them (operative word “buy') and continue a vicious cycle that only ends up perpetuating the very lifestyle that caused their ills in the first place.

The society seems to have lost a vital roadmap and is headed off in a direction of devolution that serves nothing more than to support the industries that profit from peddling the products. The products allow people to believe they can maintain the destructive lifestyles, while purchasing so-called "cures" that in actuality do nothing more than temporarily relieve, mask and replace the symptoms of the diseases the lifestyles cause.

I've always lived my life with a healthy dose of skepticism towards that which most everyone else takes as true. In my own quest for truths related to health, I've met people who've actually cured lupus, sent their cancers into remission, gotten rid of their allergies, eliminated colds, and now live pain-free lives all based on truths that few are addressing publicly, or worse, truths which are lampooned, ridiculed or suppressed.

Therefore, when I read the manuscript for The Ageless Adept, I was elated to see this brand of healthy skepticism and an empowering self-care perspective reflected within its pages.

For those pursuing a new paradigm of health, wellness, disease, aging and youth, The Ageless Adept offers:

a set of stable truths through which to see the world anew
a new understanding of nature that encourages new questions
a method of critical analysis to arrive at new answers
a new set of possibilities and choices based on those answers
a common sense philosophy on which to base your new lifestyle, all based on a foundation of essential truths which never change.
Based on the author's own life experience, as well as proven, research-based, factual underpinnings, it's presented in an easy-to-read story format that both young and “returning young” alike can easily digest and enjoy.

The Ageless Adept exists as the new rulebook for health, if you will; a master plan that was once lost but to which many are now reconnecting. It contains truths you can prove for yourself. And like all great truths, they don't require PhDs to comprehend. These are truths whose validity and effectiveness are accessible to just about everyone. So it is with great pleasure that we present The Ageless Adept to you and your children in hopes that you will use it to find the truths that will set you free. Share it with someone you want to take with you on this quest for perfect health, long life and the Fountain of Youth!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014001694
  • Publisher: The Passion Profit Company
  • Publication date: 2/27/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 204
  • File size: 9 MB

Meet the Author

The author is A Seeker
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