True Nutrition: European Secrets for American Women

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Morgan James Publishing, Jun 1, 2013 - Health & Fitness - 226 pages
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Much of what youÕve learned about life, health, and nutrition has been taught to you by example. Although well intentioned, your mother probably didnÕt teach you all you really needed to know about healthful meal preparation, maintaining a proper body weight, or raising healthy children in a safe, toxin-free environment. She simply didnÕt know better. If you struggle to achieve your personal potential and live as healthfully as possible, you can change your lifestyle! In True Nutrition, youÕll learn the European secrets that can help you become healthier, thinner, and more energetic. Better still, youÕll avoid your motherÕs mistakes and teach your own children better habits for a longer, healthier life. In a series of easy steps developed by a European naturopathic doctor specialized in nutrition and a busy woman just like you, True Nutrition will help you take charge of your life, empowering you to stop the cycle of unhealthy behaviors and achieve a happier, healthier you.

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Dr. Coc March was born in Germany to a Spanish father and French mother. Exposed to multiple cultures and languages from a young age, she traveled and lived throughout Europe before her family eventually settled on the Mediterranean coast near Barcelona, Spain. Dr. Coc graduated as a Naturopathic Physician specialized in Nutrition from ECBS, The European College for Naturopathic Physicians in Alacant, a small town south of Barcelona.

Dr. Coc immigrated to the United States to further her education in food science and nutrition, and to improve her command of the English language. Since then, Dr. Coc has been featured on multiple radio and TV shows. Her engaging personality and unique tools for living a better life have inspired women of all ages to make healthier lifestyle choices.

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