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Neuroscience of Enlightenment

Pick one:

  • I want to die from heart disease
  • I want to die from cancer
  • I want to die in the arms of my beloved after great sex and a long life.

If you picked number 3, the odds are overwhelmingly stacked against you. And if you live to be 85 years old you have a 50% chance of having diagnosable Alzheimer’s. We are in the grip of a conspiracy spearheaded by food companies, phar-maceutical concerns, and a medical establishment determined to ensnare you from cradle to grave.

Can we do away with the bell curve and the probability condemns us to a life of disease and distress? After all, people in the Amazon or rural China do not die from cancer or heart disease. They die peacefully in bed.

 

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Alberto Villoldo, Ph.D.

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