If Your Future’s Not What it Used to Be,
Why Not Get a New One!
Take Bob Anderson, age 66. Before, he couldn’t even walk to his mailbox. Afterward, he traveled 300 miles to his doctor’s appointment over the Rockies-on a bicycle. For an encore, he bicycled 3,000 miles across Canada.
What made the difference? The principles in this book. Ludington and Diehl show, in case after case, that health derelicts can become dynamos by simplifying their diet, eating unrefined foods, using natural remedies such as hot and cold water treatments, and exercising. Through powerfully motivating stories of changed lives the authors convey the rules for vibrant health, as well as how to shed bitterness, find new peace of mind, and recover a close connection with God.
“After only two weeks I felt like a new man. By the fourth week I was my old self again–energetic, optimistic, creative, and on fire. I could hardly wait to get back to my work.”–Bob Spangler.
“Today I am off all medication, have no more angina, and feel full of energy and interest in life. . . . I don’t plan to retire until I’m 90.”–Ruth Packer.
“More than three years have passed. . . . My health and energy are better now than at any time in my life. On a recent 11-mile trek into Yosemite National Park a group of young people wanted a picture of this 74-year-old white-haired mountaineer. ‘When I get old,’ one girl told me, ‘I want to be like you.'”–Alice Weisz.