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From the doctor whose “extraordinary practice is at the vanguard of a revolutionary way to deliver medical care” (O, The Oprah Magazine),
an easy program to restore energy and health.
Do you feel unusually exhausted?
Do you have trouble sleeping?
Does your digestion bother you?
Do you have aching muscles and joints?
Do you feel like you are aging too quickly?
Do you feel like you’re running on empty?
Fatigue, unexplained back and joint pain, distractibility, irritability, insomnia, and digestive problems leave many of us feeling spent—and there is no pill that reverses the effects. Many Americans are plagued by this new epidemic, and doctors are unable to diagnose any single cause.
But Dr. Frank Lipman knows that this profound feeling of general unwellness is not part of the normal aging process. In this revolutionary book, Dr. Lipman is the first to connect the dots in a constellation of symptoms, offering a proven solution to combat the pervasive syndrome he calls Spent. When someone is Spent, the body is doing everything it can to indicate that it is time to slow down, rest, detoxify, repair, replenish, and restore. Dr. Lipman has helped thousands of patients who suffer from Spent to revive their bodies—and, in most cases, feel more energized and healthier than they ever have before.
In Spent, Dr. Lipman first identifies the things in modern life that lead to energy depletion, such as stress, light deprivation, an erratic sleep schedule, and a diet high in sugar and processed foods. Next, he creates “Daily Beats,” a series of simple actions—such as sleep, diet, exercise, nutrition, meditation, and relaxation—that readers can take to repair their stressed systems and nourish their bodies and minds.
As with Dr. Lipman's patients, anyone following his day-by-day program will feel energized, vibrant, and younger. With a nutrition plan of tasty recipes photographs of research-based exercises and stretches, and wisdom from Dr. Lipman's thirty years of medical practice, Spent puts readers back in touch with their bodies’ natural rhythms and introduces them to a lifetime of good health.
Frank Lipman, M.D., is the founder and director of the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York City, where his personal blend of Western and alternative medicine has helped thousands of people -- including many celebrities -- recover their energy and zest for life. He is also the author of Total Renewal: 7 Key Steps to Resilience, Vitality, and Long-Term Health. www.spentmd.com.
From the doctor whose “extraordinary practice is at the vanguard of a revolutionary way to deliver medical care” (O, The Oprah Magazine), here is an easy program to restore energy and healthDO YOU FEEL UNUSUALLY EXHAUSTED?DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE SLEEPING?DOES YOUR DIGESTION BOTHER YOU?DO YOU HAVE ACHING MUSCLES AND JOINTS?DO YOU FEEL LIKE YOU ARE AGING TOO QUICKLY?Fatigue, unexplained back and joint pain, distractibility, irritability, insomnia, and digestive problems leave many of us running on empty. But these symptoms are not part of the normal aging process; they point to a pervasive syndrome Dr. Frank Lipman calls Spent. In this revolutionary book, “the countrys most prominent holistic M.D. after Andrew Weil” (W ) shares the solution that has helped thousands of his patients replenish their energy and regain their youth. Featuring a nutrition plan of tasty recipes, research-based exercises and stretches, and Daily Beats to nourish body and mind, Revive is a proven day-by-day wellness program that will prepare you for a lifetime of good health.
About the Author
Frank Lipman, MD, is the holistic physician of whom O The Oprah Magazine
said is "at the vanguard of a revolutionary new way to deliver health care." He is the founder and director of the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York City, where for 20 years his personal blend of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine, Functional Medicine, nutrition, herbal medicine, biofeedback, meditation, and yoga have helped thousands of people recover their energy and zest for life.
In 1979 after finishing medical school at the University of Witwaterstrand in Johannesburg, South Africa, Dr. Lipman began his medical career at Baragwaneth Hospital in Soweto, the largest and busiest hospital in all of Africa. It was at this hospital where he discovered the possibilities of non-Western medicine. In 1984, he emigrated to the U.S., became board-certified in internal medicine, and served as Chief Medical Resident at Lincoln Hospital in the South Bronx. Dr. Lipman spent time in the hospital's acupuncture clinic, which gave him a comprehensive background in Chinese medicine and inspired him to embark on many years' study of nutrition, homeopathy, qi gong, and other healing systems.A former editor at Random House, Mollie Doyle is a freelance writer and yoga teacher. She lives on Martha’s Vineyard.