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WOULD YOU LIKE A COMPLETE GUIDE FOR Men’s Health?
According to recent studies, men are 24% less likely than women to have visited their doctor within the past 12 months. An annual checkup only takes a few minutes to schedule and it rarely lasts more than an hour. Unfortunately, many men underestimate the importance of a simple annual physical and routine screenings, not realizing that these things could make the difference between catching a serious disease in the early stages and dying from it.
In this book, you will find a wealth of information about common men’s health issues including cardiovascular issues, digestive health problems, and mental health issues. In reading this book you will come to understand how each of the systems in your body works and how it impacts your overall health and wellbeing. Furthermore, you will receive an overview of common health problems affecting each of the major systems in your body so you know what to look for.
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MEET Jon Shelton
Although a self-professed gym rat, Shelton’s books are aimed at people of all ages and fitness levels. “It’s never too late to get moving,” Shelton says, “and it’s never too late to start sculpting your body. Just pick a goal and then find the safest and most efficient way to attain it.”
Unlike many writers in the fitness field, Shelton has no contractual ties to any company. “If I tell you a machine is great, it’s because I’ve used it,” he says. “If I tell you about a product, it’s because I’ve used it with good results. Nobody is paying me to say anything.”
In his early twenties, Shelton went from being an overweight, out of shape couch potato to a fit and healthy athlete over the course of one year. “I wrote everything down,” he said. “What did work and what didn’t. I told myself I didn’t ever want to have to work that hard again, so I was going to keep up with what I was doing.” Read More
Now Star sees writing as part of her personal path, likening the gathering of information and the sharing of the material to a kind of active meditation. “If we get back what we put out into the universe,” Star says, “I want to make sure I’m sending the clearest signal possible.”
She keeps herself open to all ideas and all philosophies. “There’s just no one way to express or experience this miracle of existence,” she says. “I really don’t know who or what is running the show, so I try to be nice to priests and oak trees. That’s not a joke. All life and all belief is sacred.”
Above all, she holds to the key moral tenet of her Wiccan faith, The Wiccan Rede, “An Ye harm none, do what ye will.” Show Less