At last, the book that we have been waiting for. If you read nothing this year, besides the book "the subtle art of not giving a f*** then do yourself a favour and pick up a copy of this one.
Fat, fifty & finished… where are you now?!’ is a social commentary regarding all aspects of health and how each component works in unison to create wellbeing and prosperity. It encompasses the idea that you are the one that is truly responsible for your own health and wellbeing. Despite where you may be on the disease continuum, and regardless of age, you have the ability to intervene, to reverse and to regenerate to produce a sense of vitality. Life experiences has taught me, one major lesson. Our choices conscious or otherwise has certainly dictated the circumstances in our lives. It is how we deal with the circumstances that matter. My intention, being the Author is honorable and for the good of all beings. It is somewhat (or at least I have been told), as subtle as a sledge hammer to remind ourselves that there is personal accountability regarding health and your own perception of health.
Health begins in the library of the mind and is affected by our internal physiology and our external environment. Perhaps a rehash of old news but it is much easier to check-up with yourself now and again and create better choices before you get to the stage where you are fat, fifty and nearly finished.
Your genetic blueprint does not make you fat, or give rise to hormonal problems , depression, eating disorders, ADHD, BI-polar disorders or cancer ( at an early stage), Need I go on? But sometimes and too often it serves as an excuse for not getting on with your life and creating the life that we desire or were born to lead, Too many people marry their disorders and create their life around them accepting that this is the way it is and the way it has to be.
This book is a wake-up call to urge us all to become more accountable for our declining health, especially as we age, Health arguably begins in the library of the mind and is affected by our internal physiology and external environment, From what we eat, where we live, whom we interact with when we sleep and how we exercise. I share strategies that can change and positively affect how our cells read genes, In other words, whilst we can not change our DNA we can shift our genetic predisposition for the better.
"Plan for tomorrow and live for today".
Caroline is a clinical Nutritionist practicing on a consultation basis. Caroline's experience encompasses research and writing on disease prevention with natural herbs, spices, foods and supplementation. Caroline practices holistic nutritional medicine that combines the three elements of being human. Those being, the physical , emotional and the mental components that make us who we are. All of these criterior is fueled by the fundamental of all health, food .