The Culprit & the Cure: Why Lifestyle is the Culprit Behind America's Poor Health and how Transforming that Lifestyle Can be the Cure

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Maple Mountain Press, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 261 pages
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This book presents a wealth of evidence that reveals how a healthy diet, exercise, and other healthy lifestyles can impact life-span and the risk of cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other chronic diseases. It provides easy-to-follow guidelines that will help individuals begin and maintain a healthy lifestyle for life. No infomercials here, just the facts from an authority who knows.
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Let Science Be Your Guide
21
The Most Common Health Problem in America
33
Where Are You?
51
PART TWO What
67
Food in Its Original Form
69
Thinking about Fruits and Vegetables in a Very Different Way
81
Swapping Bad Fats for Good Health
97
PART THREE HOW
171
Being Physically Active for Life
173
Healthy Eating for Life
191
A Healthy Lifestyle Side Effect
207
The Winds of Change
225
References
233
Useful Links on the Web
249
Recommended Books
251

The Rest of the Good Nutrition Lineup
119
What Exercise Will Do for You
135
Physical Activity Nuts and Bolts
155

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About the author (2005)

Dr. Steven Aldana is a professor at Brigham Young University. He has previously published 4 books and over 60 research articles on the importance of healthy living. He resides in the Rocky Mountains.

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