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Philip J. Goscienski, M.D.
290 pages (January 2005); 3.0MB download
Better Life Publishers; ISBN: 0975910205
Are you tired of complicated or difficult diets that haven't worked? Are you concerned about heart disease, diabetes or osteoporosis because they "run in the family?"
Growing older is inevitable but the diseases of aging are not. They were uncommon only a hundred years ago. They didn't exist at all back in the Stone Age and not because those hunter-gatherers didn't live long enough.
In Health Secrets of the Stone Age you'll see the world through the eyes of your Stone Age ancestors and learn why nature intended for dieting to fail, which foods will help you to maintain good health, why men lose weight more easily than women do, why children are picky eaters and how to increase your healthspan, not just your lifespan.
The physician-author of Health Secrets of the Stone Age offers practical insights such as:
- Why calcium is not the answer to osteoporosis
- Surprising health benefits of wine and chocolate
- Why today's children have a lower life expectancy than their parents
- Which vitamin supplements are worth taking
Best of all, you will feel better, look better, be stronger and be safer.
About the Author
Philip J. Goscienski, M.D. is a pediatric infectious diseases specialist with a 45-year career in clinical and academic medicine. Dr. Goscienski attained the rank of Captain in the United States Navy Medical Corps and was Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of California at San Diego School of Medicine until his retirement from full-time practice in 1996. He continues to teach medical students on a volunteer basis in the Department of Community and Family Medicine. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatrics and a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. In addition to several medical textbook chapters and journal articles, Dr. Goscienski has written for the Saturday Evening Post, Currents, the newsletter of the American Heart Association and numerous other publications. The American Red Cross and the American Heart Association have certified Dr. Goscienski as a CPR instructor. He is the medical director of a Public Access Defibrillation program in Oceanside, California where he resides with his wife, Patricia. He has five children and six grandchildren.