One of our key learning strategies in the world of NLP, is to copy someone else who’s good at what we want to do. This sounds like blindingly obvious advice, but the obvious is one of those things that we often overlook.
This learning strategy is elegantly expressed in a book called the Okinawa Diet Plan. In a nut-shell, the authors studied a group people who live long and healthy lives, and asked – OK what are they doing? And, is it practical for us to copy them? The answer to both of these questions is yes.
To give you a feel for this excellent book, here’s a quote:
In addition to Ushi’s treasured sweet potato, the Okinawan elder’s diet is filled with all kinds of antioxidant-rich vegetables, grains, flavonoid-rich soy products, fruit, omega-3 rich fish, and minimal meat and dairy products – exactly the type of diet that affords protection against most diseases associated with premature ageing and gives us the best shot at remaining slim, healthy, and attractive for life. (p 124)
Packed with highly practical advice and over 150 recipes, this book comes highly recommended …
Get Leaner, Live Longer, and Never Feel Hungry
by B. J. Wilcox, D. C. Wilcox & M. Suzuki
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