A Dire Need for Common Sense Nutrition

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Author provides education on proper eating habits and analysis in this informative book

With the many diseases and illnesses man tries to face today, one wonders how to avoid, prevent, or cure them. Actually, it just boils down to the basics. Everyone, young and old alike, simply needs Common Sense Nutrition. Unfortunately, for most people, “common sense” and “nutrition” aren’t on top of their lists. That’s why author Dr. Lloyd Drager brings this idea to the forefront to give everyone the opportunity to start anew in their health habits.

If nutrition is the process of taking in the necessary food substances for living, growing, and repairing, and common sense is the ordinary, good, or sound, then Common Sense Nutrition is good, ordinary, sound food for living, growing and repairing tissues. To do this, certain amount of food is required. But too little or too much food will not help; it should be the right amount.

“Common sense nutrition covers anything we do to nourish the cells of our body, from the food we eat, the water we drink and the air we breathe in. All of the nutrients are used to help us live, grow and repair tissues, and anything we take into the system that damages or interferes with these processes is poor nutrition…We develop a system within our systems that helps repair any damage and the body is equipped with many lines of defense to guard, protect and prevent further damage or invasion of toxic things or microbes,” explains the author.

Common sense may tell people what to eat, but eating the right thing is not enough. There are other things that must be done in order to obtain proper health. It has to do with living, growing, and repairing. It’s a multifaceted equation, called “The Four Propers”—Eat properly, Rest properly, Exercise properly, and Think properly—for without these Four Propers, one cannot live, grow, and repair tissues. For more information on this book, log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.

About the Author
Dr. Lloyd Drager received his Bachelors Degree in Bacteriology and Animal Disease’s with a minor in Chemistry from the University of Connecticut. He completed his Masters Degree at Southern Connecticut State University with a major in Biology and Education, specializing in Mycology and Nutrition. He took National Science Foundation courses in Fortran Four, Nutrition, and Science. His research in Adolescent Nutrition was done while teaching Biology at New London High School. The study spanned ten years with over 1000 students participating. Dr. Drager presently resides in Old Saybrook, Connecticut and at times in Charlestown, New Hampshire.

The Basics of Adolescent Nutrition
Publication Date: February 27, 2010
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 222 pages; 978-1-4500-9992-9

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