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Did you know that heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and ulcers are all diseases of the immune system? Did you know that aging itself is a disease of the immune system? What if you had a simple program to follow that could GUARANTEE you the healthiest immune system possible? Would that mean you would radically reduce your chances of coming down with these diseases? Would that mean that you could extend your life - and make it as healthy as possible?

The answer to all these questions is YES! By taking charge of your immune system, you will live longer, happier, and healthier than you ever thought possible. Listeners will learn how to keep the brain sharp, be more physically fit, be more resistant to infections and disease, and feel and stay younger than they ever imagined.

©2007 Mark Liponis; (P)2007 Hachette Audio

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  • Jill
  • North Las Vegas, NV, United States
  • 08-20-10

Lots of useful information

The book concentrates on the immune system, crp's, and autoimmune diseases, and how these factors age our bodies. Its chalked full of easy to implement advice that can improve everyone's health and lower crp levels. Although it is written as a longevity book, it would also be very useful for anyone suffering from autoimmune diseases of any kind. The advice in the book is straightforward and you don't have to wade through a lot of redundant "hooey" to get to the point. I kept a piece of paper and a pencil near, I found myself taking notes 3 or 4 times during the read. Nice book, you should read (listen) it.

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