60 Second Secrets: To a Happy, Healthy, More Relaxed You

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Allen & Unwin, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 367 pages
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There are so many things we know we can do to be healthy and full of life, but who's got the time to wade through all the books and articles? 60-Second Secrets offers a one-stop, 60-second daily grab of ways to improve your health and moods - what you can easily do and why. Julie Wood gives wonderful daily tips for health and relaxation. As a nutritionist and naturopath, she sees many clients with major health issues that wouldn't have arisen had they had a simple regime eighteen months earlier. With over 300 practical, easy-to-implement tips, 60-Second Secrets lays out this regime. It's divided into spring, summer, autumn and winter, so you can support and strengthen your body for this season, and prepare it for the season ahead.
 

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I was given this book as a gift and love it. I keep it by my bed and read a page a day. Its filled with loads of simple ideas and tips and also some good recipes. they are all just little things you can do each day to make a difference to your health and how you feel. they work a treat. I feel great and I am really time poor so this was the perfect book for me. 

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Julie Maree Wood is Sydney-based, high-profile naturopath and nutritionist, mum and former ad executive who is on a mission to make the best complementary medicine has to offer more accessible. Her ABC book, Feeding Fussy Kids (October 2009) won the Best Children and Family Cookbook (Australia) at the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards.

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