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The Invisible Diet

Top-Secret Techniques for Turning Your Miserable Life Completely Around
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Length: 2 hrs and 31 mins
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New Saucerian proudly presents John Keel's suppressed classic, The Invisible Diet, in which he shares "classified" health secrets rumored to have been developed by either the CIA or NSA, specifically for their agents in the field.

In this program, Keel provides forbidden advice on how to: lose weight unnoticed; quit smoking; say goodbye to your dentist and doctor; improve cognitive ability and focus; grow spiritually; have more sex; and generally avoid surveillance.

If you are wondering if this is yet another quack self-help book, you are wrong! The proof is in the pudding. No one can look at the life of John A. Keel and not see success. Raised poor on a rural farm in upstate New York, Keel arrived in New York City with less than a dollar in his pocket, yet rose to prominence and lived to be a ripe old age, freely enjoying the benefits of licensing his thought-provoking work to Hollywood.

To many, Keel became a modern-day Mark Twain - a maverick who dared speak the uncomfortable truth. Nowhere is this cantankerousness more on display than in this special reprint, where, along with Dr. Ogden Pearl and editor Andy Colvin, Keel peels back the veil on both the health industry and our own subconscious desires. With his usual trademark wit, Keel entertainingly lays out the perfect formula for those ready to "go invisible" and reach renewed vitality.

©2015 Andrew B. Colvin (P)2015 Andrew B. Colvin

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  • Marci B
  • 27-11-19

Confused

I tried to like the book. I suppose it was cynical humor, which I don't always 'get.' There did seem to be some solid science in there from time to time. Overall, I was confused about the purpose of the book and didn't feel compelled to follow any of Keel's recommendations for good health.