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5 Books To Help You Live Healthy and Long Life

We all want to live a healthy and long life. We can’t change the account of fate but by living a good and mannered life we can make our life healthy and longer. By knowing the circle of life we can live a longer life. No one wants to be getting older often means becoming more infirm and persistent ill. 

In this blog, I will suggest some books which will inspect the latest science and traditional ways about how we may be able to expand not just our life, but our healthy years of life. Here are 5 Books To Help You Live Healthy and Long Life.

1. Lifespan by David A. Sinclair

Lifespan: Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To is written by Australian-American biologist David A. Sinclair with journalist Matthew D. LaPlante.  It is an non-fictional book which was published on 10 September 2019 by Atria books in the US and Thorsons in the UK. In this book writers examine how changes in diet, lifestyle, technology including intermittent fasting have the potential to live a healthy and long life. The book is divided into three parts.

There are three parts in this book, the first part is What We Know (The Past) which contains 3 chapters, second part is What We’re Learning (The Present) which contains 4 chapters and third is Where We’re Going (The Future) which contains 2 chapters.

2. Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker

Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams book is written by the Sleep Researcher and Neuroscientist, Matthew Walker. It took four years to write Why We Sleep. Walker is a professor of psychology and neuroscience also he is the director of the Centre for Human Sleep Science at the University of California, Berkeley. The book become an International Bestseller, a New York Times Bestseller and a #1 Sunday Times Bestseller in the UK.

In this book Author tells us about the benefits of sleep, why we sleep, how we can improve our sleep and why sleep is necessary. According to today’s lifestyle we can’t complete our sleep because of workload but sleep plays an important role in our life to be an healthy and long life.

3. Grain Brain by Dr David Perlmutter with Kristin Loberg

Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar–Your Brain’s Silent Killers a #1 New York Times Bestseller book is written by Dr David Perlmutter with Kristin Loberg. The book was originally published on 17 September 2013. In the book, Authors share a 4-week plan to achieve optimal health. This book is regarding how diet can improve your brain health.

In Grain Brain authors tell us about the destructive truth about the effects of sugar, carbs, gluten and wheat on the brain. Authors tell us how carbs demolish your brain not only unhealthy carbs but even healthy carbs like whole grains can cause ADHD, chronic headaches, depression, anxiety and many more.

4. In Defense of Food by Michel Pollan

In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto is a book written by  journalist and activist Michael Pollan author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma. The book was published on January 1, 2008 by Penguin Press. The book was selected as the inaugural book of its Common Read program Go Big Read by the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 2009. The book was adapted into a television documentary for PBS in 2009.

In the book the author inspected the relationship between the Western diet and nutritionism, suggesting that the answer to healthy eating is simply to “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” Pollan differentiate between food and “edible food like substances”

5. Breath by James Nestor

Breath: The New Science of A Lost Art is a popular science book written by journalist James Nestor which was published on 26 May 2020 by Riverhead Books. The book furnished a historical, scientific and personal inspection of breathing and told us about the contrast between mouth breathing and nasal breathing. The book inspects the science, history and culture of breathing and its effect on human health. Subject of the book is breathing and it contains 304 pages.

In Breath: The New Science of A Lost Art book author investigates the history of how humans move from the natural state of nasal breathing to chronic mouth breathing. Author examines and argues that this shift has led to a rise in asthma, snoring, sleep apnea, autoimmune disease, and allergies

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