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Dec 30, Pages Buy. Dec 26, Pages Buy. Dec 26, Minutes Buy. Dec 30, Pages. Dec 26, Pages. Dec 26, Minutes. From the ornisg of the landmark bestseller Dr. Dean Ornish revolutionized medicine by directing clinical research proving—for the first time—that heart disease and early-stage prostate cancer may be stopped or even reversed by his program of comprehensive lifestyle changes, without drugs or tbe.

This study documented, also for the first time, that these lifestyle changes may significantly increase an enzyme that lengthens telomeres—the ends of your chromosomes that control how long you live.

As your telomeres get longer, your life gets longer. Your genes are not your fate.

Featuring one hundred easy-to-prepare, delicious recipes from award-winning chef Art Smith, The Spectrum can make a powerful difference in your health and well-being.

I felt better and lost weight when I followed his recommendations. Time and again, Dr. Dean Ornish has scientifically proven that what was once thought to be medically impossible is, in fact, possible.

More about Dean Ornish, M. If you want to see where medicine is likely to be five or ten years from now, read this book today. Dean Ornish knows more about inspiring people to eat well, live well, do well, and be well than anyone on the planet. The Spectrum spectruk a powerful book for living longer and better and shows how to live a healthful, joyful and loving life. Dean Ornish is one of my best students, and I agree with what he is telling you.

So you should pay good attention to what he tells you in his new book, which I am pleased to strongly support. Read The Spectrum for yourself — and give a copy to someone you love. It is literally life-saving and life-transforming. His work is truly revolutionary.


Dean Ornish has done more than anyone lrnish bring modern science to the nutrition field. A Talk with Dr. The book is based on our latest research, including studies showing that you may actually be able to change how your genes are expressed just by changing what you eat and how you live.

In short, this book can empower you to transform your own life. For most people, being on a diet— any diet—is not sustainable. There is no diet to get on and no diet to get off. sean

love your life

Joy of living, not fear of dying. You have a spectrum of choices. People have different needs, ornlsh, and preferences. The medicine of the future is personalized medicine, which this book brings to you today.

Sprctrum does it work? Find your place on the Nutrition Spectrum based on the foods that you tend to eat most of the time. Then, according to your own needs and preferences, spectfum how far, and how quickly, you want to move in a more healthful direction if at all. Begin by making moderate changes.

In our studies, we consistently found that the more people changed, the more improvements we measured and the better they felt.

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Foods are neither good nor bad, but some are more healthful for you than others. The Nutrition Spectrum consists of five groups.

Group 1 is the healthiest end of the spectrum and Group 5 is the least healthful. To determine your current place on the Nutrition Spectrum, find the group that contains the foods you tend to eat most of the time. Then, according to your needs, preferences, and goals, decide how far and how quickly you want to move in a more healthful direction. You also smell better and taste better, because your body excretes waste via your breath and perspiration.

People have different needs, goals and preferences. What matters most is your overall way of eating and living. If you indulge yourself one day, you can eat more healthfully the next. Many people are thoroughly exasperated by the seemingly contradictory information they read about what a sound nutrition and lifestyle program should be. Yes, and nowhere are the claims more conflicting than in the area of diet.

For example, whenever I debated the late Dr. But that was never accurate. Rather than hearing experts bicker, most people want practical, clear, scientifically-based information they can use. While some significant differences remain, a greater consensus is emerging among nutrition experts than most people realize.


I recently directed a study to find out if comprehensive changes in diet and lifestyle i. I find this to be a profoundly hopeful message and an antidote to genetic nihilism and determinism.

You already know that exercise is good for you and that regular, moderate exercise is one of the best things you can do for your health and well-being. What you may not know is that new research is showing that exercise beneficially affects your genes, helps reverse the aging process at a cellular level, gives you more energy, makes you smarter, and may even help you grow so many new brain cells a process called neurogenesis that your brain actually gets bigger.

The choices you make each day in your diet and lifestyle have a direct influence on how your genetic predisposition is expressed—for better and for worse. Do what you enjoy, make it fun, and do it regularly. Medicine today focuses primarily on drugs and surgery, genes and germs, microbes and molecules. Yet love and intimacy are at the root of what makes us sick and what makes us well.

If a new medication had the same impact, failure to prescribe it would be malpractice. Connections with other people affect not only the quality of our lives but also the quantity of our lives—that is, our longevity and our survival. Sacrifice is not sustainable. Sustainable choices come from joy, abundance, and openness, ones that nourish and delight our hearts rather than from a place of fear and restriction.

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