Active Wellness (rev. edition): Feel Good for Life

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Penguin, Dec 29, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 272 pages
Enlightened by the author's own story of recovery from cancer, here is a unique lifestyle philosophy and a practical guide to feeling your best for a lifetime. 

Active Wellness encompasses every facet of choosing—and, more important, staying with—a healthy lifestyle. From mental preparation to changing old habits; from creating personal eating and fitness plans to recognizing and managing stress; from dealing with the threat of self-sabotage to celebrating the thrill of success, this is a unique, full-spectrum program that has been proven effective, showing that healthy living is easy when it is satisfying to your body, mind, and spirit. 

A comprehensive health plan with a strong weight-management component, the Active Wellness program has been adopted by tens of thousands of individuals, groups, and corporations across the country. Active Wellness confirms Gayle Reichler as "America's Wellness Coach."

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Title Page
Forming New Healthy Habits and Conquering Triggers That
Rethinking Food
Putting Your Eating Plan into Practice Anywhere
Your Personal Physical Fitness Plan
Ways to Manage Stress
Maintaining Active Wellness for a Lifetime
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Gayle Reichler, founder and president of Active Wellness, Inc., has worked with major corporations and organizations including GM, Sony, Canyon Ranch Spa, and American Express. As nutrition consultant to Avon Products, Inc., Reichler is well known to the six million recipients of their wellness catalogues. She has appeared on television shows such as The View and CBS News; is a contributing writer to "Women's Day" magazine; and has been featured in national newspapers and magazines, including "The Wall Street Journal," "Redbook," and "Glamour,

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