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Healthy at 100: The Scientifically Proven Secrets of the World's Healthiest and Longest-Lived Peoples (英語) ペーパーバック – 2007/8/28

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Why do some people age in failing health and sadness, while others grow old with vitality and joy?

In this revolutionary book, bestselling author John Robbins presents us with a bold new paradigm of aging, showing us how we can increase not only our lifespan but also our health span. Through the example of four very different cultures that have the distinction of producing some of the world’s healthiest, oldest people, Robbins reveals the secrets for living an extended and fulfilling life in which our later years become a period of wisdom, vitality, and happiness. From Abkhasia in the Caucasus south of Russia, where age is beauty, and Vilcabamba in the Andes of South America, where laughter is the greatest medicine, to Hunza in Central Asia, where dance is ageless, and finally the southern Japanese islands of Okinawa, the modern Shangri-la, where people regularly live beyond a century, Robbins examines how the unique lifestyles of these peoples can influence and improve our own.

Bringing the traditions of these ancient and vibrantly healthy cultures together with the latest breakthroughs in medical science, Robbins reveals that, remarkably, they both point in the same direction. The result is an inspirational synthesis of years of research into healthy aging in which Robbins has isolated the characteristics that will enable us to live long and–most important–joyous lives. With an emphasis on simple, wholesome, but satisfying fare, and the addition of a manageable daily exercise routine, many people can experience great improvement in the quality of their lives now and for many years to come. But perhaps more surprising is Robbins’ discovery that it is not diet and exercise alone that helps people to live well past one hundred. The quality of personal relationships is enormously important. With startling medical evidence about the effects of our interactions with others, Robbins asserts that loneliness has more impact on lifespan than such known vices as smoking. There is clearly a strong beneficial power to love and connection.

“We all have the tools to live longer lives, and to remain active, productive, and resourceful until the very end,” Robbins writes. Healthy at 100 strives to improve both the quality and the quantity of our remaining years–no matter how old or how healthy we might currently be–and to reverse the social stigma on aging. After reading this book, we will never think about age–or life–in the same way again.

“John Robbins has inspired millions of people with his eloquent, clear, compassionate, and insightful guidance on the path to health and fulfillment. Healthy at 100 may be his finest work to date. If you are interested in extending your health span as well as your life span, read this book! Healthy at 100 is a masterpiece.”
–Dean Ornish, M.D., president and director of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute, author of Dr. Dean Ornish’s Program for Reversing Heart Disease

“This is a remarkably open and heartfelt book full of wisdom and love by an extraordinary man who has been teaching us how to live more healthy and compassionate lives for over twenty years now. John Robbins has created a new vision of aging for American society.”
–John Mackey, CEO, Whole Foods

“John Robbins is one of the most important voices in America today. He cuts through nonsense like no one else does. He gives hope like no one else does. His words are lifelines for both the body and soul. This book can literally save our lives.”
–Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love and A Woman’s Worth

“Healthy at 100 is a marvelous blend of wisdom, hope, courage, and common sense. John Robbins gives us caring, science, and inspiration–a beautiful diet for the heart.”
–Jack Kornfield, co-founder of the Insight Meditation Society and Spirit Rock, author of A Path with Heart

“As the low-carb diet craze is gone, John Robbins proposes a far healthier approach that leads not just to a healthy weight but also to a joyful and fulfilled life. Healthy at 100 is packed with informed and heartfelt wisdom.”
–Jorge Cruise, author of The 3-Hour Diet, creator of JorgeCruise.com

“John Robbins inspires me on every page. His unique experiences and viewpoints were the reasons I wanted him to be in my film Super Size Me. This book only reinforces my faith in him as a thought-provoking humanitarian.”
–Morgan Spurlock, producer and director of Super Size Me


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“Read this book! Healthy at 100 is a masterpiece.”
–Dean Ornish, M.D.

“Healthy at 100 is a marvelous blend of wisdom, hope, courage, and common sense. John Robbins gives us caring, science, and inspiration–a beautiful diet for the heart.”
–Jack Kornfield, author of A Path with Heart

“Commonsensical and scientifically sound . . . readers seeking that elusive fountain of youth would be wise to listen up.”
–Publishers Weekly

“Robbins marshals a great deal of excellent data from reputable scientific sources to support his arguments.”
–The Roanoke Times

“Thought-provoking . . . highly recommended.”
–Library Journal

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  • ペーパーバック: 384ページ
  • 出版社: Ballantine Books; 1 Reprint版 (2007/8/28)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0345490118
  • ISBN-13: 978-0345490117
  • 発売日: 2007/8/28
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投稿者 Student トップ1000レビュアー 投稿日 2015/2/18
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この本が類書と比べて秀でる点は、単に西欧社会において長寿を得るためのノウハウを
述べるのではなく、西欧以外の超長寿社会を取り上げ、その長寿の理由を明らかにし、
現実の競争社会とそれら非西欧社会とを比較して、我々が取るべき途を論じている点である。

その非西欧社会の例としては(1)長寿であるだけで尊敬され、子どもが虐待されることのないアブハジア
(2)コミュニティが人々を支えるビルカバンバ(3)資源に乏しい環境で困難に立ち向かう工夫をするフンザの人々
(4)低カロリーで高栄養食の沖縄、が取り上げられる。

ついで、米国らしく長寿に資する食材にかなりのページを割いているが、後半では、
配偶者や友人などのポジティブで豊かな人間関係が寿命に大きな影響及ぼすことを論じる。
さらに、米国のような格差社会では平均寿命が短く、比較的格差が少ない社会では平均寿命が長いことを説明し、
上記の非西欧社会、ピグミー、ブッシュマンが変質してきたことに警鐘を鳴らす。

最後に、人は老いや苦しみや死をを避けることができず、
the fountain of youth を見つけることとは、真に生きることだと述べている。
食べ物から、社会のありようから、死生観まで、実
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Every person in America needs this on their bookshelf 2012/6/14
投稿者 David C. Malone - (Amazon.com)
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This book has made such an impact on me that I am buying a copy for a friend. I personally have lost 20 lbs. in 2 months following the regimen, but it is so important to point out a few things:

1. This book is not about "losing weight"; it's about living a lifestyle. As myself and friends often discuss, there is really not a lot of advantage in doing something unsustainable, such as is the case with all of these fad diets, diet pills, HCG, and all the other "I want it now / I want a lot of results for not much effort" approach that most Americans attempt to take.

2. Just because you maintain a healthy-looking appearance does not mean that you are healthy. A poignant illustration mentioned in the book is that of Jim Fixx, a famous proponent of running some 25 years ago that died of a heart attack at 51 (while running) - at least one of his coronary arteries was revealed to have 95%+ blockage from his horrible eating habits. On a similar note, just yesterday I received the news that the ex-husband of my wife's friend had a heart attack at 41. He maintained a fairly slim frame but ate like a horse (on a diet that included a lot of meat and fried foods, desserts, etc). In yet other stories we hear of runners dropping dead at marathons on a regular basis that are seemingly "a picture of health". How healthy are these people really? Have they had any checkups besides a routine physical? What about a full cardiology exam that includes things like ejection fraction, possibly atrophy of heart muscle tissue, saturation and blockage levels of coronary arteries, and others? Any genetic testing?

One feature that displaces this away from other health-oriented books is its focus on an overall sense of spirituality, love, and the fostering and maintenance of strong, loving relationships. It is comprehensive and holistic. Humanity does not live in a vacuum. You can present all the latest technical data available in order to run your body optimally, and while adhering to
that data is sure to make you healthier and less susceptible to disease etc., we simply are at our cores social creatures, and need
to interact with others frequently in ways that support each other. Multiple studies, as referenced in the book, have been done that show that in some ways, a strong network of loving relationships can overcome even an assortment of detriments combined (job stress, smoking, high blood pressure). A phrase in particular that struck me and left me speechless was "if you prepare a lunch for your spouse, etc. include a love note with the lunch". This exact thing my wife did for me for years and I have never seen that mentioned anywhere else!

Other portions of the book completely took me by surprise, such as the marked increase in Japan's life expectancy in only 20 years after WWII, when General MacArthur reconstructed the country's wealth, corporate and landowner structures and essentially "leveled the playing field", dissolving the family dynasties that ran the large corporations, capping maximum pay for business executives, and massively redistributing wealth. Wealth inequality, especially here in the U.S., is taking a huge toll on the populace not only for the obvious reasons, but for health-related reasons.

Robbins has done extensive research on medical studies and has a massive bibilography to support his approach. The book has a large bank of reference, but is not excessively technical and should be easily understood by the average person. He has done a great job in that regard to accessibility. Highly, highly recommended.

Update: After 6 months eating this way, and referencing this book and The China Study by T. Colin Campbell, I went from 217 down to 182 (I am 6' 1"). My BP is averaging around 110/70 (from before always being around 132/100), my trigylcerides are 58 and total cholesterol is 128. Excellent numbers. I am no longer tired in the afternoons, am not hungry between meals, and maintain a good volume of energy throughout the day. I generally feel much better than before. Thanks so much John Robbins and T. Colin Campbell for your tremendous efforts to inform us all of proper diet, and cutting through the immense sea of misinformation out there.

Update: 06.15.13 - After well over a year and still maintaining this type of eating regimen, my trigylcerides are 54 and my total cholesterol is 145. My doctor said that he has hardly seen numbers like that without taking medication (that is a sad thing). My weight has been kept between 167-176 for months and months. I still feel great and have a lot of energy. If you are tired of diet gimmicks and want a true path to success, this is it. Also, for great recipes that fit into this lifestyle I would recommend Rip Esselstyn's highly renowned book "My Beef With Meat". John Robbins, you are my Dalai Lama. I sing your praises everywhere I go.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Joy is what awaits you if you follow these principles. 2014/1/17
投稿者 Deborah - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
Valuable information from a man with plenty of integrity. I love what he's doing in the world. He does it so well. And I love how packed full of good info this book is. Not so much a, do this, kind of book so much as, look at the commonality between all the cultures who live happy, healthy long lives, kind of book. Love, fellowship, sharing, empathy and of course a healthy plant-based diet and lots of "exercise" in nature are the keys. Respect basically. Respect the earth. Respect her children the animals. Respect each other. And respect yourselves. You can't get away from it. The sooner we all surrender and just, do the right thing, the sooner we'll all flourish and this really will be Heaven on Earth. Get a copy for yourself and also give one to someone you really care about. It's really hopeful. And so doable.
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5つ星のうち 3.0 This book involves more of the history of other cultures ... 2014/9/23
投稿者 Linda O. Webb - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
This book involves more of the history of other cultures and how they have learned to be healthy. Very interesting reading material but not recipes for health improvement.
5つ星のうち 5.0 A MUST READ 2017/1/25
投稿者 Susan H. Pitcairn - (Amazon.com)
形式: ペーパーバック Amazonで購入
One of the very best arguments for a plant based diet, that the longest lived and healthiest enclaves of humans eat 95-98% whole food plant based. PLUS, it goes into very interesting stories about other healthy and harmonious aspects of their lifestyles that we could all learn from: loving connections, staying physically active, taking time to smell the roses, etc. Very well written, a good read, not at all a tome. A must read for a better world.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 This is probably the best book I've read! 2013/12/15
投稿者 Amazon Customer - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版 Amazonで購入
This book is quite comprehensive and well written. The information provided is invaluable especially the parts about love and humanity. Some of the passages/stories made me cry when I read them. I hope that everyone gets a chance to read this book and share it's messages. It's not just a book about being healthy its a book about enjoying life and celebrating it. The book is beautiful and probably the best book on health and nutrition I've read so far (I have read a lot since it's like a hobby to me).
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