Nutrition in a Nutshell

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Author House, Oct 27, 2014 - Education - 136 pages
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This book was originally written in 1997 but was unpublished and local to Nashville, Tennessee. Over the years, many have continually asked me about its circulation, so I am now reintroducing it to the masses. I hope the information in this book will give clear guidelines to easy body maintenance. The language is so simple and defined that I've entitled it "Nutrition in a Nutshell: Healing with Herbs."


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I have resided in Atlanta, Georgia, since 2002, where I am currently practicing as a license massage/neuromuscular therapist and serve as a health and wellness consultant. My work experience vary from photography, writing, electronic repair, serving as a life coach, motivational speaking, and teaching. I have taught anatomy, physiology, pathology, and many other medical subjects as a part of the massage program at Georgia Medical Institute for five years. My passion for health and wellness keeps me actively involved in a variety of medical and holistic research. I am a certified TESOL/TESL/TEFL (English teacher overseas) and am certified by Oxford seminars based in Los Angeles, California. I have taught Christian education in one form or another for more than seventeen years. I am the father of one son, DeAndre. Since I was a teenager, I was intrigued with how the body functioned and what it took to keep the body healthy. At the age of nineteen, I became particularly interested in herbal medicine. Seeing family members suffering with a variety of health issues that was diet related--I couldn't understand how they could be under doctors' care but never getting better. All of them died prematurely without ever getting well. This really troubled me, but started me on the venture of studying how food, herbs, and medicine affected the body. So for the next twenty-six years, I studied any material I could find on health and wellness, researched statistics on diseases in various demographics, and studied the affects that various medications have on the body. I also studied and taught pathology for five years to increase my understanding of the affects that diseases have on the human body's systems. Health and wellness has been my lifelong journey, and my hope is that this information will positively change the well-being of all who read this material. Be happy and live well!

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