Friday, June 25, 2010

"How to eat,move,and be healthy" Paul Chek

Are any of you frustrated with the Food Pyramid? I am! What it really should be called is the "Feedlot Pyramid". Have you ever noticed that if you follow what it tells you to eat that your figure begins to look simliar to it (humpty dumpty). Anyway I've attached the 1st chapter of the book for you to explore the common sense to taking care of yourself from the inside out. You will find that Paul Chek's views on how to be healthy is polar opposite from what your hear on the radio,tv, or at the doctor's office.

This book will build the basic framework from how to build more energy, improve digestion, to understanding food more before you put it in your mouth. You may see many concepts that may challenge your current beliefs on food and self care, just keep an open mind and change will find you.

About the author (Paul Chek):

As a Holistic Health Practitioner, Neuromuscular Therapist and corrective exercise specialist, Paul Chek has developed a unique approach to wellness and education that ties in concepts from each of these fields. By treating the body as a whole system and finding the main cause of a problem, Paul has been successful where traditional methods have consistently failed.

He founded the C.H.E.K Institute in California as a focal point for the education of elite health and exercise professionals. The C.H.E.K Institute runs four advanced certification programs and provides numerous training videos and courses to students worldwide. An internationally acclaimed presenter and consultant, Paul’s clients have included: the Los Angeles Chiropractic College, Johnson & Johnson, the conditioning staff of the Chicago Bulls, Australia’s Canberra Raiders, the US Air Force Academy, professional and amateur athletes from a variety of sports, as well as numerous rehabilitation clients. Paul is a contributing writer to many industry publications and websites and has authored several books, including The Golf Biomechanic’s Manual and Movement That Matters.

Free download of Chapter 1 (PDF)

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