Many important people in the past, when asked what is the most important advice they'd give for the following generations, was almost always "eat and drink in moderation"
I would also advice to read Galina Schatalowa's book, just as an interesting input ;-)
This works when people are eating crap food. SO if you eat less meat, less dairy, less oil, less processed sugar, less processed grain... Of course you are going to feel better and live longer.
As DR says, there is NO calorie restriction in nature.
uh, yeah, I recently fell off the wagon a bit for about a week, getting 2000cals if I was lucky. My body is really getting used to 3000+ cals a day, and this dip in intake fairly crippled me and my ability to think and act. I didn't feel like zest for life was increasing, not one bit.
haha, ben likes this
Eat nothing, live forever! (in spirit form, depending on your beliefs)
Calorie restriction - to a certain point - does extend life expectancy. However, they're thinking now that it's due to the lowered intake of the amino acid methionine, found in higher protein foods like animals, legumes. So 811 will have the same life-lengthening effect.
so true! your saving lives Durianrider! thanks.
People need to be objective. If someone is using the title of doctor then I think its appropriate that they speak with clear instruction vs subjective sound bites that are open to interpretation.
Ive heard Gabriel Cousens & Matt Monarch talk about people that literally live under dirt in the ground for years at a time. These guys are either gullible as, or making millions from the gullible..
Love it!! Minute 3:03 fuggin hilarious!