Successful health author Lisa Morrone bypasses diet plans and zeros in on heart plans--because food isn't the real problem. She gives readers tools to assess themselves, not just their food intake, then presents well-tested methods for breaking the cycle of food addiction from the inside out. Openly sharing her own emotional struggles and the candid stories of other women, she shows readers how toaddress the true underlying causes of overeating avoid using food as a time-filler, mood elevator, or painkiller find freedom to achieve steady, lasting results from any reputable weight-loss method deal appropriately with inevitable setbacks make long-term changes to improve their overall health
A resource filled with hope...and the promise of a healthy, joy-filled, productive life!
Health author Lisa Morrone gives readers an overall life plan for restoring their energy and ability and staying strong in their usefulness throughout their life span. Not a short-term repair job--not a rigid, inflexible plan--this resource lays out balanced, practical advice in seven areas:weight loss nutrition posture strength flexibility brain health rest
This multifaceted book points readers to effective lifestyle changes that will add life to their years by restoring their vitality and sense of meaning. Such renewal will last because it's initiated and maintained by a greater purpose--that of serving their friends and family, and serving God.
The rush of twenty-first century life has left many busy people underslept, irritable, and worn out from everyday life. In this helpful book, readers will learn:the high cost of sleep deprivationhow to prepare for a good night's sleepways to deal with middle-of-the-night "plumbing problems"whether medication will helphow to calm an overactive brainhow to deal with pain, sleep apnea, and restless leg syndrome
Refreshment, new energy, and a revitalized life await the readers of Lisa's new book.
But there's hope. According to successful writer and health professional Lisa Morrone, making changes to halt the progress of a diabetic condition--even reverse some of the deterioration--is far simpler than dealing with the physical, relational, and financial consequences of untreated disease, such as nerve, liver, and cardiovascular damage. Lisa leads readers through a straightforward process of education and motivation:a summary of diabetes dangers, which includes a self-quiz to assess their condition a survey of the body's sugar-processing mechanism, emphasizing the mechanism of diabetes step-by-step lifestyle changes that can preserve or restore their health
Good health comes when good information is incorporated into life. This action-oriented resource gives readers help to change and hope for a healthy, productive life that will benefit themselves and others.