It's not, "Can you benefit?" but, "How MUCH can you benefit?"
The bottom line is that the Exsalus Health Program can take you from diseased to healthy, from over-weight to trim, from lethargic to energetic, and from discouraged to hopeful.
And all this can happen while saving you money! Sound enticing? We think so.
"Keep It Simple, Keep It Whole: Your Guide to Optimum Health" is an easy to read book that compiles the essential nutrition and health information you need to obtain optimal health, lose weight, and feel great! With fun, short chapters and bold take home messages, it is perfect for people who want to solidify their current nutrition and health knowledge base as well as for those you want to be gently introduced to a truly healthy diet and lifestyle. Take advantage of this amazing and affordable opportunity to optimize your health and finally overcome the obstacles that have been standing in the way of your success.
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Words can hardly describe the pleasure I feel in seeing clinicians like Drs. Pulde and Lederman succeeding in transforming the health of their patients. They are going out on a limb to save lives in a medical system that is too often hostile to simple nutritional solutions. If I were sick, if one of my loved ones were sick, these are the doctors I would trust. Take their advice and take back your health. And good luck to their detractors, for this book is impeccably researched yet accessible.
John McDougall, MD
Matthew Lederman and Alona Pulde are the doctors of the future and their new book is a complete road map to the health and appearance you deserve.
Drs. Alona Pulde and Matthew Lederman are licensed medical physicians practicing nutrition and lifestyle medicine in Los Angeles, California. Their clinic, Exsalus Health & Wellness Center, empowers patients to achieve and maintain their optimum health physically, emotionally, and medically through a comprehensive, patient-centered approach. Alona and Matt are passionate promoters of nutrition and lifestyle medicine. They have participated in projects such as lecturing for the Cornell s Certificate Program in Plant Based Nutrition, films such as Healing Cancer and other documentaries (including one to be released in 2010 in which they are the physicians treating the patients followed in the film titles, Forks Over Knives), and answering nutrition and health questions for popular websites. They are currently collaborating with T. Colin Campbell on their next book, a follow-up to The China Study, addressing common and prevalent nutrition and lifestyle questions. Whether their medical practice is being spotlighted by a prominent lifestyle medicine organization or they are being touted as the medical practice of the future, it is clear that Drs. Pulde and Lederman are true patient advocates.