Title: Unhealthy Anonymous
Author: Dr. Pete Sulack
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
“Regardless of your health goals or challenges, the foundation for alleviating, healing, or in many cases preventing health challenges begins with facilitating your body’s natural inborn ability to adapt to and recover from stress,” Dr. Peter Sulack writes in his book, Unhealthy Anonymous: Exposing the Greatest Threat to Your Health and Happiness.
At two hundred and twenty-four pages, this paperback targets those seeking an overall change in lifestyle to decrease stress, feel better, and eat more healthily. Using the English Standard Version of the Holy Bible, the book includes a few Christian viewpoints for living.
Founder of Unhealthy Anonymous and one of the largest chiropractor clinics in North America, author Sulack has served over nine hundred thousand patients during the last twelve years. Known as America’s Leading Stress Expert, he is a teacher, lecturer, and writer.
After an introduction, twelve chapters discuss steps for good health and happiness, ending with the author’s biography and advertisements. There is no alphabetical index or reference to the thirty-minute recipes for meals mentioned on the back jacket cover. Sporadically inserted are “Did You Know,” “Wake-Up Call,” “Myth vs. Fact,” and “Evolution vs. Revolution” blurbs with bibliography notes ending each chapter.
Stating that the human body is designed to heal itself, the writer believes must be restored to proper function first. Within the twelve-step program, one can identify, connect, choose, recognize, rest, detox, nourish, rejoice, move, align, strengthen, and reach out to others to obtain a better lifestyle. One must change his or her habits, neutralize stress, and find what works best.
Explaining food addiction and toxic stress, the book notes eighty-percent of the human industrial world has chronic or lifestyle illnesses. Using the acronym HALT, unhealthy eating is when hungry, angry, lonely, or tired. Listing the three stages of stress, rest is the number one key to managing it. By detoxing the body, eating organic foods, getting ample exercise, and finding joy, one can begin to feel better.
By understanding seven eating myths at the end of the book, one can help change the pandemic in the world. It is also noted the writer offers a free 21-day Reboot system if the book is purchased.
With no menu suggestions, meal plans, or schedules of daily routines, the book promotes learning to take care of the overall health of the body by making lifelong changes, while not succumbing to another diet fad.
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