Synopses & Reviews
This book is the culmination of over 30 years in the health and supplement industry. The book was written to illustrate the simplicity of living a healthier lifestyle. Too many books are written on the subject of better health, diet, exercise, supplements, etc. that complicate the issues to the point that the public often finds it overwhelming to attempt to make the changes that seem to be necessary in their lives. This book will take the only three factors that really matter to one's health, namely diet, exercise and supplementation and show how each may be implemented in one's life without major impact, changes or expenses. The number one reason why people don't attempt to live a healthier lifestyle is that they feel it is too difficult or restrictive. This book will show just how few changes are necessary to dramatically improve one's health and the prospest of a longer lifespan.
About the Author
Dr. Whiting is an Orthomolecular Nutritionist. His degrees include a Masters in Psychology as well as a Doctorate in Biochemistry. Three decades of personal, practical experience in the field of human nutrition have earned him an international reputation, not only in the understanding of the human body, but also in the outstanding results that he has consistently achieved while working with clients and patients on a global scale. His commitment and dedication within the nutrition field has led him to extensive research into such chronic conditions as Heart Disease, Arthritis, Diabetes, Osteoporosis and Prostrate problems to name but a few. The result of this research has been pivotal in the development of nutritional protocols for the prevention, management and reversal of these conditions. He remains current on a wide variety of chronic degenerative disorders, for which orthodox medicine has offered little hope. In 1991, Dr. Whiting founded The Institute Of Nutritional Science, an international organization, with offices in London, England, Den Haag-The Netherlands and San Diego, California. The purpose of The Institute is to gather information and conduct research on how natural supplements can prevent, manage or reverse disease conditions. As an author, Dr. Whiting has published a series of Self Help booklets and reports on nutrition and its role in preventing, managing and reversing disease. Text books published include: Gaining and Maintaining Total Health, and Self Health?Your Complete Guide To Optimal Wellness. His most recent book You Can Be ?Well At Any