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Live a Little!: Breaking the Rules Won't Break Your Health (2009)

by Susan M. Love

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Establishes a redefinition of health and well-being that focuses on living a relaxed and full life while not suffering undue stress for alleged failures to follow strict health guidelines, and includes advice on nutrition, exercise, and preventive care.

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An excellent antidote for those of us who read too many health "rules" all the time. A lot is common sense, but based on the best scientific studies available. ( )
  Siubhan | Feb 28, 2018 |
Taking the hell out of healthy. ( )
  jepeters333 | Dec 27, 2010 |
No doubt, the two doctors who wrote the book had earnestly good intentions in mind, and I salute them for that. However, I don't think it's anything new that moderation should be our motto in seeking to be healthy. Moderation, happy medium, or - as the authors call it, "Pretty Healthy Zone", "PH Zone" for short - that's just common sense. There are many more people that don't exercise compared to those that do, many more who don't abide by good nutrition than those that do, so it seems that the book is directed at the fanatics who tend to overdo it, rather than the general population. But even though it's not an eye-opener of a book, the advice is very sound. Sure, we should all "live a little"! ( )
  Clara53 | Aug 14, 2010 |
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