Get healthy for good: 52 brilliant ideas for mind and body well-being

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Infinite Ideas, Jun 18, 2007 - Health & Fitness - 272 pages
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Our attitudes to our health and lifestyle are changing as the media focuses on the rise in obesity, binge drinking and drug addiction. In Get healthy for good life coach and nutritionist Kate Cook has some inspiring ideas to make small but life-changing steps towards healthier and happier lives.
 

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Contents

1 What goes in must come out
1
2 Digestion up close and personal
7
3 Vital energy
11
4 Stressed out
17
5 Whats in what?
21
6 Get organic
25
7 Superfoods
29
8 Eat fat
33
30 Human racing
131
31 Get on yer bike
135
32 Yoga
139
33 Games other people play
143
34 Home spa
147
35 Kool kids kicking
151
36 Lets face facts
155
37 Dressing for success
161

9 Whats bothering you?
37
10 Skin from within
41
11 Water babies
47
12 Allergy or intolerance?
51
13 Ready for a detox?
55
14 Chemical world
59
15 Getting into shape
63
16 Labelling matters
67
17 Get your nutritional act together
73
18 What does a day look like?
77
19 Ageing gracefully
81
the basics
85
21 Out there and doing it
89
22 Have a heart rate monitor
95
23 Gotta run
99
24 Geeing up for the gym
103
25 Stretching the point
109
26 The Hoover workout
113
27 Take a walk on the wild side
117
28 Preposterous posture
121
29 Delegate your way to wellbeing
125
38 Design your life to work for you
165
39 Effortless balance
169
40 Clutter busting
173
41 Soaring selfesteem
177
42 Use your imagination
181
43 Working your purpose out
187
44 Youre the most important person in your life
191
45 You have one day to live
195
46 Review of the greats
199
47 Daily habits
203
48 Breathe in breathe out
209
49 Space invaders
213
50 Look on the bright side
217
51 And so to bed
221
52 Retreat
227
Bonus idea 1 Have a holiday at your desk
235
Bonus idea 2 Dont do that do this
239
Bonus idea 3 Start right
243
The end
249
Index
251
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About the author (2007)

Kate Cook is a nutritional therapist and Director of The Nutrition Coach. She trained at the Institute for Optimum Nutrition, founded by Patrick Holford. Her secret is adjusting lifestyle changes and nutrition to the life of the client.

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