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This Book Could Save Your Life

The Science of Living Longer Better

New Scientist Graham Lawton

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John Murray Publishers Ltd
11 May 2021
We all want to be healthier, stronger and live longer, but what really works?
From stress to saturated fats, HIIT to HRT, veganism to vitamins, This Book Could Save Your Life debunks the fads and explores the real science of better health.

What's the best way to lose weight (and keep it off)?

How can you ensure a good night's sleep?

What are the real superfoods?

How can you minimise the risks of getting diabetes, cancer or Alzheimer's?

And how can you slow the ageing process?

Cutting through confusing statistics and terrifying headlines, here is the truth about dieting, drugs, 10,000 steps a day, bacon, calorie-counting, coffee, dairy, sleep, fibre, hangovers, salt, sugar, cardio, sunscreen, statins, vitamins, and much more.

Full of the latest research and ground-breaking evidence, packed with useful advice, this book really could save your life.
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Imprint:   John Murray Publishers Ltd
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 196mm,  Width: 126mm,  Spine: 28mm
Weight:   260g
ISBN:   9781529311310
ISBN 10:   1529311314
Pages:   368
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Audience:   College/higher education ,  Professional and scholarly ,  General/trade ,  Primary ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Graham Lawton (Author) After a degree in biochemistry and a MSc in science communication, both from Imperial College, Graham Lawton landed at New Scientist, where he has been for almost all the 21st century, first as features editor and now as executive editor. His writing and editing have won a number of awards.

Reviews for This Book Could Save Your Life: The Science of Living Longer Better

Graham Lawton has spent his career researching the science of living longer. Here he sorts the facts from the fads * The Times * Lawton is living proof that you don't have to be fanatical about diet and exercise to be reasonably healthy and fit * Irish Examiner *


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