Active Wellness: A Personalized 10 Step Program for Healthy Body, Mind & Spirit

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Time-Life Books, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 319 pages
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The author describes his ten step program for optimal health, offering advice on how to develop a personal plan of mind-body-spirit wellness designed to meet individual health needs such as managing weight, lowering cholesterol, controlling diabetes, or changing unhealthy behaviors.

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After readig this book I asked myself the following:
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How to lose weight in a week ?
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mBH Mentally Preparing Yourself for the Wellness Journey
Kiiajf Getting Started with Your Personal Eating Plan

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About the author (1998)

Gayle Reichler, founder and president of Active Wellness, Inc., has worked with major corporations and organizations including GM, Sony, Canyon Ranch Spa, and American Express. As nutrition consultant to Avon Products, Inc., Reichler is well known to the six million recipients of their wellness catalogues. She has appeared on television shows such as The View and CBS News; is a contributing writer to "Women's Day" magazine; and has been featured in national newspapers and magazines, including "The Wall Street Journal," "Redbook," and "Glamour,

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