A 12-week system that teaches you to retrain your brain to embrace a healthy lifestyle.
The brain is the command center of the human body. Change it, and the body follows. This is the wisdom that Stanford physician Dr. Kelly Traver employed when developing The Healthiest You, her mindexpanding and waistlineslimming system for getting into shape - and staying that way.
Using the most cutting-edge research in neuroscience today, Dr. Traver first developed The Healthiest You system with her patients in mind, and she saw it deliver successful results in a short time: 98 percent of Dr. Traver’s patients lowered their blood pressure, 15 percent reduced their body fat, and an amazing 100 percent lowered their cholesterol. Over the course of just 12 weeks, listeners can achieve similar success by following Dr. Traver’s “Learn It, Personalize It, Live It” plan.
With simple, straightforward instructions, Dr. Traver tells listeners how to outsmart their own brain by rewiring the stubbornly changeresistant organ so that it not only accepts healthy lifestyle habits, it embraces them.
Kelly Traver, MD, received her medical degree from Stanford. She recently served as global medical director for Google and is the founder of Healthiest You, a company that works with corporations, healthcare organizations, and the government to help individuals become more empowered and engaged in their health.
Betty Kelly Sargent, veteran book and magazine editor, is the coauthor of several books on wellness and a journalist whose work has appeared in magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Ladies’ Home Journal. She is also a certified life coach.
©2009 Kelly Traver, MD, and Elizabeth Kelly Sargent (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Praise for The Program: “Dr. Traver doesn’t just instruct readers on how to achieve happier, healthier lives, she provides compelling evidence for why her methods work.” (Mark Hyman, MD, New York Times bestselling author)
If you like lots of details about anatomy, physiology and nutrition, this book is for you. I wish it came abridged as it was hard to listen to. It felt like a medical school lecture.
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