In the Aegean Sea, there is a Greek island called Icaria (Ikaria). The name might sound familiar. That is because the island was named after Icarus. Remember that boy who flew too close to the sun? Well, it was believed that when the sun melted away the stuff that held his wings together, he fell right into the spot where the wing-shaped island later manifested. Whether or not this was true, one thing is for sure: The inhabitants of the island of Ikaria are blessed with long life and good health.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to eat, live, and have a gorgeous body just like a Greek deity. You will learn what the 10 best-kept Ikarian secrets are. These secrets will not just tell you what to eat and what not to eat. You will discover how to prepare food and embrace the right attitude toward food and toward life. After listening to this book, you will definitely be able to live life to the fullest. Don't miss your chance. This book will change your life.
What disappointed you about Ikaria Centenarian Diet Secrets?
The impression it gives is that the the author didn't research seriously or bother to travel there. Mostly are bland common sense advices and some are not even current with finds.
What was most disappointing about Todor Djordjevic’s story?
Seems to me that the author's main goal was to make some bucks on something of general interest, not give a good service for his reward.
What didn’t you like about Chris Abernathy’s performance?
It was ok. That's not my problem with the book.
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Ikaria Centenarian Diet Secrets?
I would cut everything and start anew.
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