What if you could extend your life simply by walking and by eating healthy? Would you do it? Most folks admit that they probably wouldn’t do it if it took too much time out of their already busy day. The rates of diabetes and obesity are increasing at alarming rates in the United States. The Eat Well, Live Healthy Guide will provide you with some easy ways of incorporating walking and exercise and healthy living into your busy life without making a huge sacrifice. The menus and recipes are easy to follow.
Research has shown that after doing something for 21 days, you begin to develop a habit. This guide will provide some ways that you can begin week by week to develop a healthy lifestyle and hopefully feel better, lose weight and extend your life. After doing these tasks for the next six weeks, you will hopefully begin new habits and enjoy these changes and feel better. As the saying goes, “You are what you eat!” You can change your eating habits and hopefully improve your health and change your life. We hope that this guide will assist you in achieving a new healthy lifestyle!
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About the Author
Author of Eat Well, Live Healthy: A Dietitian’s Guide to Transform Your Life and Potentially Improve Your Health! Nancy Meyer, MS, RD, CD has a Bachelor’s degree in Dietetics from College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota and Master’s Degrees from UW-Madison in Food Science and Food Service Administration. Nancy is a Registered and Certified Dietitian. She recently retired as an Educational Administrator from Madison Area Technical College where she was Coordinator of the Continuing Education program for eight years. For the past five years, she worked with Part-Time Faculty in the College’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. Nancy continues to teach part-time for the College teaching General Nutrition and Going Green in Food Service. Nancy is now focusing on her writing career. Nancy serves on the Board of Directors of Horizon High School, Dane County’s only Recovery High School and is also Publicity Chair for University League. University League is a non-profit that provides scholarship funding for UW-Madison students.