Chill Out and Get Healthy: Live Clean to Be Strong and Stay Sexy

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Penguin, Aug 4, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
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A no-nonsense, tell-it-like-it-is guide for women who need to get a grip on their health-now!

Aimee Raupp, a practitioner of traditional Oriental medicine, provides women with the tools to stress less, look their best, prevent disease, and live more comfortable, harmonious lives-by living clean. Raupp's enthusiasm, sassy tone, and probing questions will motivate women toward ultimate fulfillment and show them how to discard unhealthy habits and become strong and sexy for life. Women will learn how to:

? nourish the body and soul
? decrease general anxiety
? manage overwhelming stressors
? maintain and improve fertility factors
? fight the perils of aging
? sleep better
? and live sensibly and organically in this pre-packaged and overly medicated world

Direct and irreverent, Raupp's book encourages today's women to not believe the hype-and to take charge of their own health.
 

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Contents

SLEEPING BEAUTY HAD IT RIGHT
HUNGRY LIKE THE WOLF
DIGESTION
POOPING
TINKLING
THAT TIME OF THE MONTH
SEX DRIVE
SWEATING
EAT MEAT
VODKA ROCKS
ONE WEEKS NONDEAD SAMPLE MENU
HEALTHY CORNERDELI ONTHEGO CHOICES
HEALTH FOODS YOU DEFINITELY SHOULDNT BE EATING
REPAIRING THE PALACE
PERKING UP THE PALACE
AESTHETIC BEAUTY

SKIN HAIR AND NAILS
TOO HOT TOO COLD
BEING SICK SUCKS
HOW TO CTFO AND SHOW STRESS THE DOOR
DEPRESSION
ANXIETY
CHINESE MEDICINE AND THE MINDBODY CONNECTION
SUGAR IS EVIL AND IT DOESNT GIVE A HOOT ABOUT YOUR POSTNATAL ESSENCE
SOY SUCKS
IT DOES A BODY BAD
SUGAR + BLEACH + ARSENIC WHITE FLOUR
ORGANIC IS IMPERATIVE
BEWARE OF CLONES
SOMETHING SMELLS FISHY
YOLKALICIOUS
EAT FAT
CONFIDENCE
EVERLASTING BEAUTY
MORE ANCIENT AESTHETIC TREATMENT FOR WHAT AILS YOU
THE LOWDOWN ON MAKEUP AND BEAUTY PRODUCTS
SLEEPING BEAUTY STILL CANT SLEEP
NOT SO SMOOTH
POOPING PROBLEMS
VAG ISSUES
OUCH IT HURTS
IM SO NOT IN THE MOOD
TOO HOT TOO COLD
MY ACHING HEAD
THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULDNT
BEING SICK SUCKS
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