High Performance Health: 10 Real Life Solutions to Redefine Your Health and Revolutionize Your Life (Google eBook)

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Thomas Nelson Inc, May 29, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
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Armed with more than twenty years of research, Dr. Rippe lays out a 10-step blueprint for mind-body-spirit wellness

For the first time, world-renowned cardiologist Dr. James Rippe, in conjunction with Florida Hospital-the largest admitting hospital in America-reveals to the general public his distinctive 10-step mind, body, and spirit program used by top executives and star athletes to revolutionize their health and turn it into the ultimate performance tool.

Written for every person regardless of current health status or circumstances, this lifestyle guidebook challenges readers to "Take back your health!" by outlining a filter to process any new diet, health, or lifestyle idea. Using real-life stories that demonstrate health as a value, Dr. Rippe goes beyond the basics to address the deeper purposes that give our lives meaning. Genuinely motivational, High Performance Health offers the secrets to our best possible health and life today!

  

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Review: High Performance Health: 10 Real-Life Solutions to Redefine Your Health and Revolutionize Your Life

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Forward by Joe Montana, a great book in outlining how best to optimize our health. Talks about the three ages we have: chronological, physiological, and spiritual. All should be considered. Would recommend this book to anyone who would like to live healthier. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Dr. Rippe is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Medical School with post graduate training at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is currently the Founder and Director of the Rippe Lifestyle Institute in Shrewsbury, MA and Associate Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) at Tufts University School of Medicine.

In addition to serving as Editor of the Journal of Intensive Care Medicine, Dr. Rippe also edits a major textbook teaching physicians about diverse aspects of cardiovascular medicine and the impact of lifestyle decisions on good health. This textbook, Lifestyle Medicine, (Blackwell Science, 1999) is the first textbook to guide physicians in the diverse aspects of how to incorporate lifestyle recommendations into the practice of modern medicine. His intensive care textbook, Irwin and Rippe s Intensive Care Medicine (5th edition, 2003; co-edited with Dr. Richard Irwin) is the world s leading textbook on intensive and coronary care.

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