“There is never an age, skill or activity level that should prevent one from taking control of their health via exercise and smart nutrition.”
PIttsburgh, PA (PRWEB) March 07, 2013
Vonda Wright, MD. , one of only a few female orthopedic surgeons in the country specializes in sports medicine at the Center for Sports Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, was among 65 leading physicians and health experts who contributed to the recently published, "What Doctors Eat."
“In working with patients, I want them to understand the importance of food balance,” said Dr. Wright. “Feast-or-famine mode is not good for your health or weight.”
In "What Doctors Eat," Dr. Wright talks about maintaining focus, creating a vision, and believing that you are an athlete. “There is never an age, skill or activity level that should prevent one from taking control of their health via exercise and smart nutrition.”
Dr. Wright’s contribution can be found in Chapter 6, titled “What Doctors Eat.” Other chapters include a focus on how food can save your life, foods that heal, doctor’s diet orders, and how doctors exercise.
Dr. Wright’s writing resume also includes that she is the author of Fitness After 40: How to Stay Strong at Any Age and Dr. Vonda Wright’s Guide to Thrive: Four Steps to Body, Brains, and Bliss, which inspired her THRIVE fitness product line sold nationwide. She is a captivating guest speaker and regular guest on Dr. Oz with additional appearances on ABC, NBC, CNN, and The Doctors.
"What Doctors Eat" was compiled by Tasneem Bhatia, MD, an integrative medicine expert, medical director of the Atlanta Center for Holistic and Integrative Medicine and contributing editor of Prevention. Rodale Inc., 2013, publishes the book.
Dr. Wright, offers many topics to lead her patients and friends to a better, healthier life at her blog at http://www.vondawright.com/