Art De Vany(62-63) may fit the bill here. He uses
a "paleolithic" diet/exercise regimen.
[I am not a "trainer to the stars", a reformed
overeater, or a recovered food addict (the most common
types of authors in this genre), but I am a scientist
and athlete and a successful example of what I preach.
At 62 years of age, I look like a Cro-Magnon ancestor
from the Paleolithic: 6' 1", 205 pounds with a dense and
athletic musculature and less than 8% body fat. I look
no different from this two year old picture, except that
I am stronger now.
Based on body composition, strength, flexibility,
reaction time, and blood profile, a research institute
rates my biological age at 32. Not so remarkable when
you understand that what we call aging in this modern
world really is the accumulated damage of inactivity and
dietary abuse. Hunter gatherers don't age like
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