From one of America's most trusted physicians and the bestselling coauthor of the YOU series with Dr. Mehmet Oz - this practical and empowering guide shares the seven secrets to losing weight, restoring peak vitality, and regaining optimal health at any age.
No matter whether you're a stressed-out workaholic, a couch potato, or a marshmallow addict, it's never too late to get a second chance. You do not have to let genetics or bad choices of the past dictate your health outcomes. In fact, you have the power to change your body - as well as which of your genes are switched on - no matter how you've lived in the past.
In This Is Your Do-Over, Dr. Michael Roizen, four-time New York Times number one best-selling author and renowned Chief Wellness Officer of the Cleveland Clinic, provides the tools you need to slam the brakes on bad health and press the gas pedal to good health. In the audiobook, he addresses all the areas that contribute to total-body wellness, including nutrition, exercise, sex, stress, sleep, and the brain. Using concrete strategies that anyone of any age can use, Dr. Roizen shows you how to change your heath destiny with his seven simple secrets to earning a Do-Over. He even shares the key step missing in most other programs: how to select and partner with the proper buddy or coach to get you to your goals.
Grounded in cutting-edge scientific research and culled from Dr. Roizen's experience coaching thousands, This Is Your Do-Over is the ultimate guide to reversing damage, optimizing health, and living a life filled with energy and happiness. It is not too late; your Do-Over starts now.
©2015 Michael F. Roizen, MD (P)2015 Simon and Schuster
I haven't the faintest clue WHY authors refuse to use professional narrators. I don't know who this doctor is, but I was intrigued by his book. Unfortunately, he has a bad speech impediment and pronounces all of the words with an "l" in it as a "w." So every stinkin time he says the word "blood" (which is about a million) it comes out as "bwood." He sounds like Elmer Fudd. I'm sure he has a terrific brain and is extremely knowledgeable, but my little ol' brain over here could not concentrate on the content because I kept getting distracted by his pronunciation. I'm sure the content is good, but I'm moving on and returning this for my credit back. I couldn't even make it past the first chapter. The book would probably be SOOOO much more impactful for listeners if he used a professional. That's what they're for!!!
"Found it unhelpful"
Unfortunately I did not really learn anything that I didn't already know. This book would probably help someone who had never tried to diet or quit smoking before but for those of us who have tried everything a hundred times we already know what we should do, we just can't motivate ourselves to do it. There is a medical bit at the beginning of this book about what certain foods etc do to your body, I found this much more interesting and would have much preferred more of this info in the book.
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