Control for Life Extension. A Personalized Holistic Approach

 

Table of Contents

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS vii

INTRODUCTION ix

PART ONE: BODY TYPES 1

Western Systems 5

1. Somatotypes 5

2. Personality Types 11

3. Instincts 26

4. Temperaments 41

5. Blood Type 53

6. Metabolic Type 62

7. Lifestyle 68

8. Heredity 77

Oriental Systems 81

9. Ayurvedic Doshas 81

10.Yin-Yang Principle 93

11. Five Elements Theory 105

12. Chakra System 114

13. Oriental Horoscope 132

14. Personality Profile 147

PART TWO: HEALTHY AND LONG-LIVING BODY 163

15. Nutrition and Diets 165

16. Food Consumption and Longevity 190

17. Food Intake Control 215

18. Ten Days with the Chinese Mystery Xu Fang 242

19. Water Intake Control 288

20. Oxygen Intake Control (Breathing) 302

21. Sleep Control 333

22. Activity Control (Exercise) 343

23. Sex Control 401

PART THREE: SUPPLE MIND 415

24. Emotion Control 415

25. Thought Control 436

PART FOUR: REJUVENATION 465

26. Foundations of Rejuvenation 467

27. Fasting 485

28. Alternate Dry Fasting 493

PART FIVE: LONGEVITY 501

29. Approaches to Longevity 503

30. Factors Affecting Longevity 513

31. Life Extension Program 527

CONCLUSION 535

APPENDICES 545

Appendix A: Charts of Foodstuff for Four Blood Types 545

Appendix B: Chart of Foodstuff for Blood Type A, Vata Dosha (diminant), Yin-Yang type (Author’s case) 557

Appendix C: Charts of Foodstuff for Horoscope Types 560

Appendix D: Nutrition Value of Daily Food Taken by the Author during His Alternate Dry Fasting 563

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY 567

INDEX 573

TESTIMONIALS 58