Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 - How To Eat An Elephant: Simple solutions for lifelong energy and vitality

“ABSOLUTELY” says wellness expert and author of new wellness book, How To Eat An Elephant.

Dr Brett Hill has shared his unique perspective on health and wellness in a number of media over the last few years including National Nine News, News Limited's The Adelaide Magazine and co-hosting Australia's No. #1 health podcast show on iTunes, The Wellness Guys.

How To Eat An Elephant: Simple solutions for lifelong energy and vitality is a health and wellness book with a difference. Targeted at health conscious baby-boomers, this is one book that literally everyone can benefit from. The secret to this book's success is the unique format which allows people to control their own lifestyle decisions and helps them make (as the subtitle says) small steps of never-ending improvement.

“My goal for this book was for it to make it easy and fun to make long lasting lifestyle changes. No more fad diets, quick fix exercise regimes or self improvement gimmicks. Just simple solutions to make real change one bite at a time,” says Dr Brett Hill.
The book covers all aspects of health and lifestyle including diet, exercise and positive thinking in short succinct chapters with Dr Brett's unique philosophy prevalent throughout.

How To Eat An Elephant takes all the health information out there and packages it in an easy to read, easy to use format to help people make real long lasting change, one 'bite' at a time,” says chiropractor and wellness coach Dr Laurence Tham.

How To Eat An Elephant is published by AYNI books and launches on March 2, 2012.

Available in all good book stores or from www.howtoeatanelephant.com

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How To Eat An Elephant: Simple solutions for lifelong energy and vitality


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