Download How Not to Die E Book PDF Michael Greger with Gene Stone

How Not to Die PDFDownload How Not to Die E Book PDF Michael Greger with Gene Stone. There may be no such thing as dying from old age. From a study of more than forty-two thousand consecutive autopsies, centenarians those who live past one hundred were found to have succumbed to diseases in 100 percent of the cases examined. Though most were perceived, even by their physicians, to have been healthy just prior to death, not one “died of old age.Until recently, advanced age had been considered to be a disease itself, but people don’t die as a consequence of maturing. They die from disease, most commonly heart attacks. There may be no such thing as dying from old age. From a study of more than forty-two thousand consecutive autopsies, centenarians those who live past one hundred were found to have succumbed to diseases in 100 percent of the cases examined. Though most were perceived, even by their physicians, to have been healthy just prior to death, not one “died of old age. but people don’t die as a consequence of maturing. They die from disease, most commonly heart 

Download How Not to Die E Book PDF Michael Greger with Gene Stone

Sadly, it’s not. According to the most recent national survey, only a quarter of medical schools offer a  course in nutrition, down from 37 percent thirty years ago.While most of the public evidently considers doctors to be “very credible” sources of nutrition information, six out of seven graduating doctors surveyed felt physicians were inadequately trained to counsel patients about their diets. One study found that people off the street sometimes know more about basic nutrition than their doctors, concluding “physicians should be more knowledgeable about nutrition than their patients, but these results suggest that this is not necessarily true. One study found that people off the street sometimes know more about basic nutrition than their doctors, concluding “physicians should be more knowledgeable about nutrition than their patients, but these results suggest that this is not necessarily true.”

How Not to Die E Book PDF Michael Greger with Gene Stone

How Not to Die E Book PDF Michael Greger with Gene Stone
But hey, this is the twenty-first century! Can’t we eat whatever we want and simply take meds when we begin having health problems? For too many patients and even my physician colleagues, this seems to be the prevailing mind-set. Global spending for prescription drugs is surpassing $1 trillion annually, with the United States accounting for about one-third of this market. Why do we spend so much on pills? Many people assume that our manner of death is preprogrammed into our genes. High blood pressure by fifty-five, heart attacks at sixty, maybe cancer at seventy, and so on.… But for most of the leading causes of death, the science shows that our genes often account for only 10–20 percent of risk at most.  For instance, as you’ll see in this book, the rates of killers like heart disease and major cancers differ up to a hundredfold among various populations around the globe. But when people move from low- to high-risk countries, their disease rates almost always change to those of the new environment. New diet, new diseases. So, while a sixty-year-old American man living in San Francisco has about a 5 percent chance of having a heart attack within five years, should he move to Japan and start eating and living like the Japanese, his five-year risk would drop to only 1 percent. Japanese Americans in their forties can have the same heart attack risk as Japanese in their sixties. Switching to an American lifestyle in effect aged their hearts a full twenty years.

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