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Experts about the book
“In a fluent and readable style of writing, this doctor critically exposes the link between our genetically determined aging process and our diet. This is highly recommended for anyone who consciously wants to eat more healthily and is, given the emphasis on prevention, especially useful for policy makers.”
Herman Becq, MD, endocrinologist
“Governments and public health institutions worrying about trends like the aging of populations worldwide and skyrocketing healthcare costs are strongly advised to read The food hourglass. The simple but thoroughly substantiated solution lies in healthier eating and living.”
Reinier Evers, Trendwatcher of the Year, founder of Trendwatching.com
“Nutrition is an important factor in both the prevention and the development of cancer. This book makes you think about habits we take for granted.”
An Vandebroek, MD, cancer specialist
“The greatest merit of the author is that he goes into depth on nutritional issues in general and in the West in particular. Using plain language, he brings clarity to the powerfully hyped topic of nutrition that has become such standard fare in the media.”
Hans Decoster, MD, cardiologist
“This book shows that healthy food is our best medicine. If the author’s recommendations are followed, our healthcare will become both more fun and less expensive. Highly recommended!”
Adjiedj Bakas, Trendwatcher of the Year and author of The Future of Health
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