Preventing Chronic Diseases with Practical Steps

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Dr. Dona Cooper-Dockery’s new book on living healthy through body-mind exercises

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Encouraging people to live healthier lives, Dr. Dona Cooper-Dockery presents a comprehensive guide on diet, exercise, and spiritual well-being in “Fourteen Days to Amazing Health.”

The book serves as a source of education and empowerment for people to take greater control of their health. As large numbers of people are dying from lifestyle diseases, the book reveals how many of these conditions can be reversed and prevented through disciplined and consistent practice by the individual.

“I have been practicing medicine for over 25 years and have discovered that traditional medicine has been failing our healthcare system with patients dying at an alarming rate from diseases that are considered lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, and even some cancers,” said Dr. Cooper-Dockery. “My message is one that addresses the underlying causes of chronic diseases, with the focus of empowering patients to change their lifestyle and thus prevent or reverse these diseases.”

The book also encourages patients to practice a more holistic lifestyle, resulting in the reduction of medication intake and better treatment of preventable diseases. Dr. Cooper-Dockery goes on to detail the practices of a plant-based diet, exercise as a form of natural medicine, and spiritual health.

“Fourteen Days to Amazing Health” is written to educate, inspire, and empower readers to take charge of their health by using lifestyle modifications to prevent and reverse chronic diseases.

“Fourteen Days to Amazing Health”
By Dona Cooper-Dockery, MD
ISBN: 9781532010897 (hardcover); 9781532010873 (softcover); 9781532010880 (eBook)
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and iUniverse

About the author
Dona Cooper-Dockery, MD, is a board-certified physician, #1 bestselling author, and speaker who has dedicated over 25 years to positively changing healthcare outcomes both nationally and internationally. She holds active memberships in the American Academy of Lifestyle Medicine and the American Medical Association. Dr. Cooper-Dockery writes for and produces the magazine Get Healthy. She is also the founder and director of Cooper Internal Medicine and the Cooper Wellness and Disease Prevention Center and host of the popular TV show, “Get Healthy with Dr. Cooper,” which airs bi-weekly locally and on Fox. To learn more about the author, please visit her website at http://www.cooperinternalmedicine.com.

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