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Eat Well Move Well Live Well By Roland and Galina Denzel #BookReview

I have family and friends that want to live a healthy lifestyle, they try hard.  But they just can't do it.  There is a lot more to actually living healthy than you think and it can be very overwhelming.

Right now, a friend of mine is having a lot of stomach issues.  I know how to help her, but I am not going to butt into her life and try to tell her how she should be eating, drinking, moving.... LIVING. Instead, I am going to ask her if she would like to read the book,.. Eat Well, Move Well, Live Well, 52 Ways To Feel Better In A Week by Roland and Galina Denzel.
This book has everything in it she needs to fix her problem.  Oh... did I mention she is also having problems with her legs?  Well, she is.  My thoughts is she needs to Eat a Healthy diet.  Exercise More. I could go on and on.   But if I tell her that, she would be very offended.  So instead, I am going to tell her about this great book I just read and tell her she would love reading it also.

Eat Well, Move Well, Live Well covers everything from cooking, eating, nutrition, movement, exercise, to your lifestyle, mind and body.  It covers everything.  And if you think you know a lot about being healthy.. Think Again!  Each page I turn in this book teaches me something I didn't know.

One of the chapters, Food Is Medicine.  I have been saying that same thing, and living it for a long time now.  It has become second nature to me to eat for my health.   I use herbs daily not only for spicing up my food, but for healing.  I actually grow my own herbs, or some of them.

Speaking of Food as medicine.  I have been infusing my water with herbs for years and wondering why it never tasted very infused.   Well after reading this book, I learned why.  Now, my infused water tastes of the herbs I use in it.
If you get a white, yeasty tongue in the mornings or throughout the day.  Try infusing some lemon, basil, sage, thyme, oregano, peppermint and I throw in a hot pepper to the mix.  Works great to keep your tongue fresh and clean and tastes so refreshing.  Especially now that I know how to infuse the right way.






Choose Your Own Health Adventure
Eat Well, Move Well, Live Well 
Gives 52 Ways to Feel Better In A Week!

With confusing new headlines released each day, navigating a healthy lifestyle can feel overwhelming.  With this in mind, Galina and Roland Denzel, authors of "The Real Food Reset" and Roland's how-to-weight-loss memoir "Man On Top", created a fail-proof approach to "healthy up" your life.  Pick a single chapter (out of 52) in any category; Cooking, Movement & Exercise, Nutrition, Work & Home, Mind & Body and feel better in a week.  With humor, compassion, a solid scientific foundation and over 200  "Take Action Right Now" tips, their newest book "Eat Well, Move Well, Live Well: 52 Ways to Feel Better in a Week" introduces readers to small steps that can lead to big changes toward more fulfilling lives. (Propriometrics Press)

For example, as you read this, are your ears over your shoulders?  Do your neck a favor and line them up.  Do you have a "sucky-day" menu to help recover from a day gone south?  If not, this book will help you create one.  "Eat Well, Move Well, Live Well" includes suggestions on everything from alignment and walking to fish, fats and fermented foods.  Sleeping, vacationing, working, de-stressing, building a support network and so much more are explored.  Each chapter includes simple tasks to enable anyone to embark on real, immediate change.  The book features interviews with relatable experts, exercise with photos and recipes alongside the authors' own personal anecdotes about their growth toward better health.  With insight into habit-changing and human behavior, the book challenges commonly held ideas of normal, helping you wade through fads to find teh way toward lasting change. 

About the Authors
International wellness coaches Galina and Roland Denzel help people achieve their health goals through simple solutions brought about by easy, manageable changes.  They share a practice in Southern California and reach thousands more via their website, EatWellMoveWell.com.  Between them they've published numerous books, including "Man on Tp" their weight loss guide based on Roland's own seventy five pound weight loss journey.  "The Real Food Reset", a practical thirty-day guide to reconnecting with real food and several whole-food cookbooks.  Along with their training in corrective exercise, nutrition and coaching, they bring a wealth of personal experience, warmth, humor and a heavy dose of wisdom to the table.


13 comments:

  1. I so agree, Terry--Food IS medicine. We are what we eat is true down to our bones. This looks like a great resource--thank you!

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    1. I just wish I would have learned earlier in life. Maybe I wouldn't have Osteoporosis.

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  2. I already do what works for me at my sea and will remain doing it indeed. Some people are just rather lazy and expect it to just poof happen

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    1. I agree Pat. When you find what works, you need to stick with it.

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  3. I'm going to look for this book. I'm so fascinated with the healing powers of natural herbs and spices and experiment often with different ones. Right now I'm enjoying learning more about Turmeric!

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  4. This is a book I must get. My husband has so many health issues it is so frustrating for me to see him always in pain or having colds or headaches. I want him to choose a healthy lifestyle but what can I do? Men are so hard headed at times. Maybe if he gets to read this book, he will understand more about healthy food choices and live a better life free from chronic pain.

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  5. Now I feel bad about the coffee I just drank. I wish my daughter would read this. She is my hardest convert to this philosophy. She doesn't get the need for water every day and so I end up lecturing. She's pretty good at walking and moving though. It's hard to get through to teens sometimes.

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  6. I love that book. Love healthly tips from blogs!

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  7. Oh, this book is very interesting. I think this is a nice read, I want to get healthier!

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  8. Food is definitely a form of medicine and as we add healthy, earth grown foods to our diet, we will thrive. It's less about weight and more about health. Love the review.

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  9. I also think a lot of what we eat affects our overall health. Many of our illnesses could be wiped out with proper diet and exercise. This sounds like a great book. I hope your friend takes you up on the offer and reads it and benefits from the information!

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  10. Like every one does, I do always want a healthy lifestyle for myself & my family. This book is such a great resource as everyone of us have different health issues for which we could have better solution someway or other with proper eating plans!

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  11. I've been putting lemon in my water. It tastes good. I also made cubes with the tomato juice most people toss away.

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