What is this book all about?
This book is for anyone who wants to increase their healthspan and lifespan, to look younger than their years and to stay lean and strong for as long as possible.
This may sound like an impossible dream but like many technologies now available, these also seemed impossible and a distant reality and yet, they are now palpable whether driverless cars or the sum total of all human knowledge in the palm of your hand, we now regard these accomplishments as a fait accompli.
So too is a truth emerging in nutrition through tremendous technological strides and an amazing knowledge of molecular and biochemical mechanisms that are showing humanity how to live longer lives and how to avoid chronic illness. This truth may be confusing unless you can sift through the science. This is what Slow Kill the book does for you!
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That food of any kind has the potential to harm is beyond doubt ---- Find out how food slowly kills you.
* Learn about evidence-based knowledge in diet and exercise
* Find important molecular and biochemical concepts that are presented in an easy to understand way
* Discover the exact science showing why exercise is futile without a solid dietary foundation
* Discover the secrets behind increasing lean muscle mass and why individuals fail
* Discover exercise nutrition and what it takes to stimulate muscle protein synthesis (MPS) after exercise
* Find out about mTOR - what this is and why this molecular pathway is vital to muscle growth, find out why constant stimulation of the mTOR pathway increase your risk of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and Alzheimer's - what stimulates this pathway?
* Find out why gym junkies increase thier risk of cancer? Increase their risk of chronic disease? Decrease their lifespan and all because of their dietary and supplement practices!
* Find out about AMPK. Why is this important to you living a long life?
* Find out whether you should jump on a treadmill or stationary bike or perform any kind of aerobic exercise after resistance training?
* Find out if heavy weights are necessary to stimulate muscle protein synthesis (MPS) - what is the evidence?