Recommended Reading

Let Me Tell You A Story

By James O’Keefe, MD and Joan O’Keefe, RD

Cardiologist Dr James O’Keefe and his wife, Dietician Joan O’Keefe, weave a wonderful collection of stories that convey lessons in nutrition, fitness, health, and lifestyle.

Diet, stress management, heart health, how to naturally reduce cardiovascular risks, and why sexual health is important to a healthy and rich life are important for a healthy existence.

Living with health, joy, and vitality are a must for good health!

 

The Forever Young Diet & Lifestyle

By James O’Keefe, MD and Joan O’Keefe, RDbook-cover

Cardiologist James O’Keefe and his wife, Joan, a registered dietitian, provide a down-to-earth, sensible program that’s both satisfying and easy to follow.

The Forever Young Diet & Lifestyle presents a commonsense plan that improves satiety, promotes wholesome, fresh, and easily obtained foods, and reinforces a rational, holistic, mind-body approach to diet and lifestyle. The program is a complete package that can help provide a lifetime of energy and good health.

Most of our health problems today result from a mismatch between the world we are designed for and the very different one in which we live. The modern American leading a sedentary lifestyle of automobiles, couches, televisions, computers, and junk food is like a fish out of water. Our genes have changed minimally over the past few thousand years, yet our diets and lifestyles have become progressively more divergent from those of our ancient ancestors.

The Forever Young Diet and Lifestyle outlines the path back to our natural needs and rhythms. Firmly grounded in the medically proven Hunter-Gatherer diet, the plan easily promotes weight loss, vastly improves energy levels, enhances sleep and concentration, and restores the natural youthful glow we should have at any age.

Food and Activity Journal

Did you know that people who keep track of food intake and physical activity by journaling are much more likely to lose weight and maintain healthy weight than those who do not?

Journaling helps you to be honest with yourself about food and exercise, and it can also help you keep track of other important factors like supplements, medications, the amount of water you are drinking, and the amount of sleep you are getting.