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September 01, 2011


Chris O'Keefe

Hey - is that the Tow Path in northern Ohio? I was born and raised in Akron/Bath area!

So when are you going to put together an all-recipe (with photos - they really tell the story) site??

Keep up the fabulous work and inspiration to us all!



You & your husband rock! Your blog is wonderful. I especially appreciate the careful thought and time you put into each's is so, transcript & cliff notes, wow! I'm on board, I'm working on converting my husband and it's your blog that keeps me inspired and helps educate my husband. Thank you for your support! I picked up the FOK book last week--good info. Looking forward to your next post, enjoy the holiday weekend.

Richard Gill

I sense a tipping point is near in the health care provider community on this issue of addressing the "diseases of affluence" through nutrition and other life style choices.

Another of my favorite health & wellness blogs, "On Healthy Survivorship" by Dr Wendy Harpham, is also adding to the dialogue surrounding "The Last Heart Attack". In fact, she mentioned that she picked up the link from "Happy Healthy Long Life"!

I have made significant improvements in my own health over the past year and a half from your postings and those of others like yours.

We can address a great deal of the health care crisis in this country through primary prevention efforts, and we really can't afford not to as a nation. Thanks for all your efforts on this front. Keep it up!

Sue T.

Like Val, I'm trying to get my husband involved too! We've been married 10 years and when we met, he was the ultimate meat & potatoes guy -- he wouldn't touch vegetables except peas & green beans. I've been a vegetarian for over half my life and have been trying to move toward a vegan/plant-strong diet. It's been a LONG road, but I've convinced hubby to give up fast food, and he is now eating vegetarian about half the time. I've found that getting a variety of vegan cookbooks, particularly "The Engine 2 Diet" since it's geared toward "manly men" transitioning from carnivore diets, and having him go through them and pick out recipes has been a huge help. I don't let perfect be the enemy of the good. Eating vegetarian or vegan 3-4 days/week is better than 0 days/week. And avoiding McDonald's/Burger King is a huge win. Thank you, Librarian, for this informative, helpful site -- I've never commented before but I've been a reader for quite a while now.


Wow, you look *amazing*! I know you didn't get into this primarily for reasons of vanity, but it's wonderful that you get to show off your healthy insides with a gorgeous & glowing exterior! :-)


I'd love to eat this way, but get confused as to where to begin. I enjoy your blog!



You are an inspiration! I love reading your posts, don't ever stop writing. I learn more from you than any other literature.
Thanks very much!


Another avid reader/infrequent poster.

I have a simple recipe to pass along to your readers for salad dressing: equal parts Trader Joe's Mango butter and balsamic vinegar. It has a little sugar, so it might not be for purists, but a really nice sweet and sour taste.


You both look fabulous and are wonderful examples of the lifestyle you discuss in this blog. I have learned so much. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

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