10 Lessons from the book How Not to Die

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The primary reason diseases tend to run in families may be that diets tend to run in families.

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The best way to minimize your exposure to industrial toxins may be to eat as low as possible on the food chain, a plant-based diet.

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There’s a concept in psychology called “decision fatigue” that marketers use to exploit consumers.

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But in a society where it’s normal to die of heart disease, having a “normal” cholesterol level is probably not a good thing.

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A doctor a day may keep the apples away.

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If you sprinkled some mustard powder on frozen broccoli that’s been cooked, would it start churning out sulforaphane? Yes!”

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Each of us contains tens of billions of miles of DNA—enough for one hundred thousand round trips to the moon if you uncoiled each strand and placed them end to end

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