Book Review: Outlive
Peter Attia’s book, “Outlive,” has received high praise from several notable individuals. Steven D. Levitt, bestselling author of “Freakonomics,” called it “one of the most important books you’ll ever read.” Attia’s exploration of the science of prolonging life and “prolonging aliveness” is also recognized by Esther Perel, a bestselling author, psychotherapist, and podcast host, who highlights the connection between overall and relational health.
Andrew Huberman, a professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, and creator of the Huberman Lab podcast, has described “Outlive” as a “modern, thorough, clear, and actionable manual” that emphasizes the crucial actions necessary for immediate and long-term health.
Actor Hugh Jackman, who considers Attia both his doctor and friend, acknowledges that Attia’s pursuit of quality of life from multiple angles – physical, emotional, mental, relational, and spiritual health – sets him apart from others. In “Outlive,” Attia urges readers to take an active role in their health and provides them with the necessary tools to live a long, meaningful, and fulfilling life.
Siddhartha Mukherjee, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “The Emperor of All Maladies” and bestselling author of “The Song of the Cell,” hails “Outlive” as a comprehensive and rigorous guide to longevity. Attia’s writing is both insightful and thought-provoking, challenging readers to rethink their approach to aging and providing surprising insights into the diseases of aging that affect most of us.
publishedDate : 2023-03-28
authors : Peter Attia, MD
publishers : Harmony/Rodale
pageCount : 496
Outlive: The Science & Art of Longevity – New Book by Peter Attia
In Outlive , Peter Attia has delivered the definitive look at the complex subject of longevity.Comprehensive and rigorous, Outlive is full of surprising insights into the diseases of aging that will likely kill most of us, and the tactics and techniques that can help us live longer and in better health.Attia’s writing surprises and delights us, while provoking a new way to think about longevity.