Living A Longer, Healthier Life Shouldn’t Be Complicated
Want to live a better life but feel overwhelmed? Longevity is achievable without sweat, without strict elimination diets, useless supplements, or pounding the pavement until you’re too sore to enjoy the rest of your day. Good news—living a longer and healthier life doesn’t need to be complicated.
Join the thousands of followers who rely on Dr. Howard J. Luks, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon specializing in Sports Medicine, to empower them with straightforward, actionable longevity strategies. Author of the blog posts on his incredibly popular website, he’s compiled his wisdom into Longevity…Simplified: Living A Longer, Healthier Life Shouldn’t Be Complicated, an easy-to-read guide that tosses out the myths and clears up the truth behind living longer.
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“Knowledge is power! In Longevity Simplified, Dr Luks presents simple strategies to increase your ‘healthspan’ – not just your lifespan. ‘No one wants to spend their last decade as a frail shell of the person they used to be.’ Longevity Simplified explains, in an easy-to-understand way, how to live a healthier life for longer. Dr Luks discusses the important topics we’re familiar with (but probably don’t understand as well as we should do), to empower us to make better choices to live a longer, metabolically healthier life. This book includes lots of easy-to-implement practical tips, from calculating the number of calories we need (or consume), to making each day a little bit harder, e.g., choosing chairs over an elevator, or a walking meeting. The seven simple steps to make ‘longevity simplified’, will help to improve your metabolic health right now.”Dr. Neil Meigh (May)
Clinical facilitator, Physiotherapy
Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine
Bond Institute of Health and Sport
“In a cacophonic world of repurposed drugs, promises of intermittent fasting fixes, and life hacks, what’s the one true path? In Longevity Simplified, Dr. Howard Luks captures the essence of what it takes to live long and well; a must-read.”Professor Stuart Phillips, PhD, FACSM, FCAHS, McMaster University
Director, McMaster Centre for Nutrition, Exercise, and Health Research, Canada Research Chair (Tier 1)