Perfect Day Plan: Unlock the secrets of your body clock
What if you were able to unlock the secret to a perfect day? What if you knew the best time to eat and sleep, to exercise, to relax, when to do your most demanding work, let go the past, come up with good ideas, and everything else that would make life perfect?
Based on the principles of ancient Chinese medicine, The Perfect Day Plan reveals how each organ influences aspects of your body, your emotions, and your potential for happiness and success.
* Discover why feeling anxious or experiencing panic attacks, chronic fatigue, or depression, means your stomach is in need of attention
* Find out why you're able to chill out, reflect, sleep and enjoy sex when your kidneys are healthy
* Understand how to burn fat 300 times faster by exercising at the right time of the day
Every two hours in the day is the best time to nurture a different organ. Once you know how this simple daily plan works, a lot of issues and their solutions become obvious. By discovering what each two hours in the day holds, The Perfect Day Plan gives you dozens of simple tips for how to make the most of each day.
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The Perfect Day Plan: Unlock the Secrets of Your Body ClockUser Review - Dana Ladd - Book Verdict
Author and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) practitioner Sauer (Drug Repair That Works; Higher & Higher) bases his outline for a "perfect day" on the chi cycle in TCM. He claims that our life energy ... Read full review
Chapter 1 Your Perfect Day Plan
Getting Some Balance
Slow Down a Little
Drift a Little
Time to Sleep
The Magic Hours
Ready For a Brand New Day
Chapter 14 Living the Chi Cycle
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