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The 100 Year Lifestyle: Dr. Plasker's Breakthrough Solution for Living Your Best Life - Every Day of Your Life!

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Not just an anti-aging book, "The 100 Year Lifestyle" is a total life approach for increasing quality and quantity of years. This revolutionary book reveals the secret of making the most of our extended lifestyle. It gives the mindset, tools, and strategies to enjoy the highest quality of life as we age in years without aging in body and mind, including diet nutrition, exe ...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published November 17th 2008 by Adams Media Corporation (first published February 1st 2007)
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Bojan Land
Not an exciting read. The book often times tells you what to do but fails to tell you how to do it. For example, it says to "make a plan" to change your life, but then it doesn't say how to make this plan nor what to include in it.
bibliotekker Holman
A book of platitudes and feel good advice of the type I usually don't read. Although, it did have some good advice especially how to maximize your life with the triad of prime time, prep time and play time.
A good collection of data and proactive steps to take to live a long life. But nothing new or exciting or different. A bit boring to read. I purchased it and will probably donate it because I'll never open it up again. Not the reference book or resource book that you'll find on my bookshelves.
While this book has nothing new in it, it is motivational food for thought. It gives you a chance to reexamine the chooses your making and helps you adjust to fit your '100 year life style.' Despite the title, to focus is more on quality than quanity.
Warning: It's somewhat repeative. It could easily be half as long and still get the message across.
Dave Bolton
Good but mostly generic advice about lifestyle, health, happiness, relationships, finances, and taking a 100 year view of your life. Read on recommendation of my chiropractor (Daryl Zeiderman at Maroubra Chirosports, amazing health care practitioner).
Some practical advice on staying healthy for as long as possible.

I never finished it because I have so many books to read. And, besides I already do a lot of the things they recommend. No smoking, eat well, do a bit of exercise, etc.
Noel Brasel III
Excellent! After reading this book, I made significant changes to my life, including but not limited to: improving my diet, more exercise, a greater focus on reading/learning, and re-prioritizing my life goals.
Mar 27, 2008 Holly is currently reading it  ·  review of another edition
This is a great book on motivation and life in general. Good tips on eating right, exercise, making changes, social network, retirement, etc.
Reads a bit like an infomercial. Nice points; all about living with passion.
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