THE AGEBEATERS and Their Universal Currency for …

“The Agebeaters” book review by Dr. James a. Kholos The strenght of this book lies in its scholarship on the subjects of man’s relationship to minerals and evolution. In a comparable treatment of animal studies with clinical outcome from human trials, the authors paint a broad spectrum of pathological illness increasingly bedeviling modern civilizations around the world. One culprit is the failure of man’s mismanagement of soil conservation. Many other nations around the world are equally unable to maintain adequate wood-ash mineral content; therefore, as a consequence wood energy replacement with electricity and nuclear power reduces human uptake of vital minerals causing deficiency, disease and death. To rebalance what ancient man wrought by hand tools, meagerly surviving against climatic changes, we have sunken into an age of diminishing resources, from the ignorance of mineral deficiency now threatening survival itself. The authors advocate changing our lifestyles, by examples from pioneers in history who like Luigi Cornaro, born in Venice, Italy in 1464, refocused his intentions from living glutinously near death at 37 to fulfilling his quest for a healthy long life, adding 66 robust years remaining industrious to the very end, dying peacefully in 1567 at 103. Other detailed information on plants, minerals, history-philosophy and nutrition is for the serious student, as its readability may be a bit high for the unfamiliar. The gift of the authors is in the wisdom that what we don’t know defines what we are certain about. The same themes repeat throughout the text so the message is driven home regarding calorie restriction increasing immortality through nutrition and supplementation. Worth reading and inspirational! Dr. Wallach’s remarkable contribution highlights naturopathic research from herbal holistic medicine from the past to the present. –Book Review by Dr. James A. Kholos

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