I have seen that food is medicine, and when built into a healthy, balanced lifestyle, it has an amazing power to heal, repair, and maximize human potential.
San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) March 24, 2016
Jan Tilley and her team at JTA Wellness are proud to announce the release of Jan Tilley’s newest book, Eat Well to Be Well . . . Living Your Best Life Through the Power of Anti-Inflammatory Food.
Eat Well to Be Well is available today on http://www.JTAWellness.com, on Amazon and in all major book stores (Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million, Airports, Book World, etc.), as well as in an e-book format on device sites (Kindle, Nook, iBook, Google Books, etc.).
“Writing Eat Well to Be Well has been a passion project for me. In my years as a clinician, I have witnessed the life changing power of creating a healthy balanced life. I have seen that food is medicine, and when built into a healthy, balanced lifestyle, it has an amazing power to heal, repair, and maximize human potential, explains Tilley, and I am very excited for the opportunity to share my proven strategy with readers.”
Juggling busy lives often happens at the expense of our health. People dealing with a chronic illness, or those who simply want to proactively live their best lives will find Eat Well to Be Well a well-researched, step-by-step guide to reducing inflammation and maximizing health. Reducing chronic inflammation through balanced nutrition, moderate exercise, managed stress, and high-quality sleep holds they key to wellness. Delicious recipes, photographs, shopping lists, and other practical tools are included in Eat Well to Be Well to help readers seamlessly weave the anti-inflammatory lifestyle into their everyday life.
Jan is pleased to have her book endorsed by leading experts and national thought-leaders including Barbara Bush, First Lady of the United States, 1989-1993 who said “Jan has done extensive research to help patients choose a well-defined path to good health. I know readers will find her ideas invaluable. Our Texas roots steer us towards helping people and Jan’s book will help others weave the anti-inflammatory lifestyle into their busy lives.” Ed Whitacre, Chairman Emeritus, AT&T and GM wrote “I have spent years working with executives and associates with entrepreneurial can-do-spirits. These traits are strongest when individuals have done what it takes to maximize their health. I recommend Jan’s book and suggest others experience her ideas by applying them to their wellness plan. I do!”
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