Six hundred years ago, Chinese Imperial Physician Lord Liu Chun dedicated his life to finding cures for common ailments and solving the mystery of longevity. Today, modern researchers continue to pursue cures for the same ailments. Currently, experimentation is being conducted on the same substances that Lord Liu identified six hundred years ago!
For centuries, the Liu family has guarded the secrets Lord Liu discovered about healthy living and disease prevention through experiments he conducted in order to ascertain the most effective treatment of a wide range of diseases and health issues. Recently, Dr. Liu Hong Zhang, Lord Liu's twenty-fourth-generation descendant, published a portion of these family secrets in three tomes-Lord Liu Chun's Enhancement of Life, Your Lifestyle is the Cause of Disease, and Beware of Medicine.
Dr. Liu wrote the books despite opposition from family members who didn't want him to reveal the secrets. His vision was to share the family's wealth of knowledge, and the three books disclose a tenth of Lord Liu's research. The words of Lord Liu Chun and his twenty-fourth-generation ancestor, as well as the Liu family recipes, formulae, and history that appear in Lord Liu Chun's Secrets of Longevity are taken and translated from these three books.
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About the Author
Aleta Lee has spent decades in the pursuit of nourishing food, organic gardening, and happy living. A graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, the Universite de Paris, Sorbonne and Golden Gate University, San Francisco, her greatest joy is traveling and learning about different cultures.
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