To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear. ~ Buddha
Health and wellness have been a major concern from earliest times. As populations increased over the years, communal living and inadequate nutrition provided formidable health barriers to overcome. As recently as the U.S. Civil War, health standards were primitive by today’s standards. Fortunately, in the last 150 years, we have made a seismic leap in our knowledge and quest for healthier living.
In today’s world, we strive to better understand the correlation between health, wellness and fitness. At the same time, myths and fad diets for health and wellness have multiplied – and separation between fact and fiction may be blurred. Add to this our concerns with obesity, and it becomes a genuine relief to find a book like Health and Wellness Today. Here is a book in which the authors give us access to carefully-studied and well-researched programs and concepts. These leading professionals are proponents of lifestyle changes – changes that contribute not only to looking and feeling better, but also to living longer.
When planning to achieve any goal, we know that we can make faster progress if we don’t have to repeat the work needed to gain that knowledge. Heeding the experiences and advice of these leading professionals in this book will guide you to a greater understanding of the subject, without your having to spend the time, energy and effort that they invested to bring this knowledge to you. Read on! Your Health and Wellness Today is now in your hands.
Authors: Sophia Ellis; Dr. Till Sukopp; Kathryn Crous; Liz Jelinek, PhD; Martine Kerr; Mike Fernandes; Joe Bellistri; Chad Moeller; Anthony Incollingo; Niki Davis; and Rick Streb.