“Should I Fire My Doctor?” is about hiring ourselves instead of relying on the medical industry for optimal health.
(PRWEB) December 22, 2014
Many people make New Year's resolutions to get fit and healthy, but most slide back into their old bad habits within a few weeks. Sticking to a resolution to get in shape is difficult, but it can be easier with the right help. Dr. Patricia Sulak's book Should I Fire My Doctor? is full of great tips for losing weight, exercising and eating healthy foods as well as taking the right supplements, monitoring blood pressure and cholesterol and other basics of good health. This book makes a great holiday gift in preparation for those New Year's resolutions and is now available for purchase just in time for seasonal giving.
Should I Fire My Doctor? offers advice on many common health problems prevalent in today's society. Dr. Pasty Sulak, the founder of Living WELL Aware, included tips on taking ownership of personal health and wellness by applying the essential elements of good health. With this information, readers can not only stick to their New Year's resolutions but also decrease their chances of depression and disability as well as possibly extend their lives without the need for expensive medical care. For anyone who wants to get healthy, this book will provide the answers to most common health and wellness problems and questions.
For more information on Should I Fire My Doctor? and Patsy Sulak's Living WELL Aware programs, see http://www.livingwellaware.com/product/should-i-fire-my-doctor/.
About Patsy Sulak:
Dr. Patricia Sulak is a nationally recognized doctor, researcher and profession at Baylor Scott & White Health and Texas A&M College of Medicine. Dr. Sulak is also a motivational speaker and the founder of Living WELL Aware, through which she travels the country speaking to businesses, schools and healthcare organizations on health issues and prevention of common health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and cancer. Dr. Sulak has received many awards including the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology Community Service Award for her work in adolescent health and her authorship of adolescent wellness and sexual health curriculum which is used by school districts in Texas and across the country.