Over the past 20-30 years we have witnessed the emergence of the 'Wellness Industry' offering 'wellness'in many forms. Does any of this stuff work or is it just a sham? In the 5 Stages of Healing respected Cardiologist and media personaility Dr Ross Walker takes you through the 5 stages you need to incorporate into your life to be truly healthy.
How many of us have constant niggles, maybe a chronic complaint, cant lose weight, feel persistently tired and often stressed? Tick any of these boxes and there is something in The Five Stages of Health for you.
Over the past 20 to 30 years we have seen the emergence of the wellness industry - offering 'wellness' in many forms. Wellness centres, health magazines, internet sites and a variety of products promise cures for everything from wrinkles to Alzheimer's disease and even haemorrhoids. Throughout the world people are spending thousands of hard earned dollars each day on these products and services, hoping to look younger, feel younger and live longer. But does any of this stuff work or is it just a sham?
In the Five Stages of Health Dr Ross Walker debunks the myths and hype of modern health and gives you the facts you need. You get the truth about what are the real modern killers, what you can really do to slow the ageing process, what vitamins and supplements can make a difference and what you need to be doing to be healthy in each decade of your life.
Dr Ross Walker brings over 30 years of medical experience to the must have health resource for men and women of all ages.
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Comments about 5 Stages of Health:
This book is very easy to read and understand, it shows a very balanced way to handle health issues. Dr Ross Walkers "5 Five Stages of Health" is a wonderful example of a practitioner with a mind that is open to research all aspects of health care.
After showing the book to many of my friends and family every one of them has bought it.
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 2nd April 2012
Dimensions (cm): 23.1 x 15.6 x 2.6
Weight (kg): 0.4