Are carbohydrates good or bad? Is the water you drink safe and pure? Are fats or cholesterol the greatest risk for heart disease? What are free radicals and how do they affect health? How much exercise is enough? Should I take vitamins, and if so which ones?
With many health-conscious consumers on information overload and no way to sensibly sort out the answers, it's no wonder that lots of people go on roller-coaster diets that leave them worse than when they started. The parallel American epidemics of obesity and diabetes are but symptoms of powerlessness in this information-rich age.
This is a simple, easy-to-read publication that combines the latest scientific research on wellness and anti-aging medicine with a common sense approach that can guide those who want to improve their overall health through the maze of contradictory and confusing messages.
Its premise is that there are seven basic "conneXions" that lead to health and vitality:
Each chapter is filled with sensible, easy-to-follow advice about the seven aspects of wellness, and includes "Three Easy Steps" for those who want to start their journey to wellness at once.