Reboot Your Body
Please note: This is a review and analysis of the book, not the original book. This review and analysis is not endorsed by or affiliated with Ben Greenfield. For the most part, most of us are of average health and fitness. We may not run marathons that often, but we are pretty healthy and that might be just fine. But what if you could make your body into a super-fit machine? In Ben Greenfield's book 30 Ways to Reboot Your Body, he goes into some detail as to how to get you from just average to super fit, super strong, and having staggeringly great health.
"The Half-Diet Diet"is an accessible and universal weight-loss program. Rather than focusing on convoluted and challenging diets, Richard Eyre, bestselling author of"Teaching Your Children Values"and"The Turning," provides a simpler way to control your appetite and lose weight forever: Level One: The Physical Diet Learn what your body really needs and how controlling your appetite is about more than physical strength.
The secret to weight loss already exists and it lies within your body. Each person has the capacity to alter his/her own genetic make-up simply by developing and consistently following certain healthy lifestyle habits. "Reboot Your Body: Unlocking the Genetic Secrets to Permanent Weight Loss" not only spells out what those healthy habits are but also guides you through the process of change in order to forge those habits and ultimately achieve permanent weight loss.
Packed in a BLUE translucent plastic business card holder style box, these pack of 12 cards are designed to recharge your chakras, help you get a better understanding about your body and it's energy centres, add some positivity into your life and enable you to embrace life and feel more empowered. The 5 information cards give insight into colour healing, affirmations and how to use the cards.
Very Good 0062360094 Item in very good condition! Textbooks may not include supplemental items i.e. CDs, access codes etc.
Fine 1942934130 Minor corner wear. Pages are like new. No highlighting. No underlining.