Changing Habits, Changing Lives

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Penguin Random House Australia, Mar 5, 2007 - Self-Help - 272 pages
Are you low on energy?
Are you struggling for vitality?
What's stopping you from feeling healthy and dynamic?The answer is simple: bad habits.
Cyndi O'Meara has already changed thousands of lives - and thousands of bad habits - with this bestselling book. This inspirational nutritionist believes that eating well is the key to optimum health, energy and love for life.
Changing Habits, Changing Lives is a guide to change based on Cyndi's own philosophy of health and wellbeing. It encourages you to concentrate on one chapter - and one bad habit - each week to make change manageable and sustainable. The result is a positive change in the way you think about food and health and, more importantly, the way you live your life.
Change your habits and change your life ... forever!

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About the author (2007)

Cyndi O'Meara lives on Queensland's Sunshine Coast with her husband and three children. She is not your typical nutritionist: she disagrees with low-fat, low-calorie diets; she thinks chocolate can be good for you and coffee is not so bad; she loves butter; she is the one out of ten nutritionists who does not recommend a certain breakfast cereal; and she thinks cheating and eating yummy foods are all part of a well-balanced diet. Cyndi must be doing something right because she maintains a healthy weight and has never taken an antibiotic, pain-killer or any other form of medication. Her children are aged 8, 10 and 12 and they too have had no need for medications. Cyndi's qualifications include a Bachelor of Science, postgraduate studies in human anatomy, and diplomas in diagnosis and management of health issues. She is the bestselling author of Changing Habits, Changing Lives, writes regularly for magazines, has been a guest on many television shows, and is in demand nationally and internationally as a keynote speaker.

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