Living Well: Six Pillars for Living Your Best Life

Living Well: Six Pillars for Living Your Best Life

by Greg Horn


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Living Well is a book for anyone who wants to get the most out of life, with clear answers about health, diet, exercise, and personal habits that can make all the difference. Living Well is the only program that incorporates all the elements of good health into one whole life plan by using Six Pillars: Thinking Well, Eating Well, Moving Well, Sleeping Well, Hosting Well, and Staying Well.

Written by health and nutrition expert Greg Horn in the same engaging and accessible style that made Living Green a best seller, Living Well connects the science to the art of Living Well, consolidating the latest scientific research into common sense insights and offering a prescriptive action plan that readers can incorporate into their lives.

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ISBN-13: 9780982515938
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Publication date: 08/11/2016
Pages: 194
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.53(d)

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PenelopePenop More than 1 year ago
Sometimes making the positive changes I want to make in my life seems like a really overwhelming task. The great thing about Mr. Horn's book is his approach makes taking those steps seem possible. I love how he describes the research that supports often common sense healthy living choices. As I read, I realized that he often sites research that explains in really easy to understand language what is wrong with things I already knew had problems - but had no idea why they were problematic. (For instance, what BPA actually does in my body - and in the bodies of my great grandchildren!) I found the graphics for his "prescriptions" to be very helpful and find myself going back to those particular pages to quickly remember what was important about what I read earlier. But my favorite thing about this book is that for the most part - it written from a positive perspective. Not so much about what is wrong with people's health - but what really straightforward things people can do that are RIGHT.