In the book, “Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers,” Robert Sapolsky exposes us to the concepts of stress management and biology. When addressing diet and stress management, he gives the example of a young lawyer who decides that “red meat, fried foods, and a couple of beers per dinner constitute a desirable diet, and the consequences are anything but clear – a half a century later, maybe he’s crippled with cardiovascular disease, or maybe he’s taking bike trips with his grandkids.”

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