Libro Change your Habits: Recover your health and nourish your life PDF

1 de diciembre de 2016
In this, her first book, Valeria Lozano shares all the wisdom that she has acquired whilst completely transforming her own life which has now had a positive impact on millions of people.

Here you will learn that good health is so much more than a lack of illness: it's also being willing to live an energy-filled life in good spirits. The need to change your habits doesn't mean that you have to modify your life from one day to the next, but rather that you should gradually incorporate the little changes needed to restore natural balance to your body while you hardly notice that it's happening.

Valeria reveals the correct formula to obtain good health (65% nutrition + 20% exercise + 15% sleep) and explains that we must take care of all the aspects of our life - both physical, emotional and mental - to reach our very own optimal condition and by doing so, forget about excess weight, chronic illness and emotional disorders.

This book makes easy and accessible reading, backed by the latest scientific evidence and with more than 100 easily prepared recipes , and it will become essential for all those who hope to gain a healthy, energetic and joyful life for themselves and for their family.


Publicado: 1 de diciembre de 2016
Editorial: Grijalbo
ISBN: 9786073151399
Idioma: Inglés
Nº de páginas: 345

Valeria Lozano Arias

Valeria Lozano es licenciada en administración de empresas por el Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. También cuenta con una maestría en innovación por la misma institución. Es health coach egresada del Institute of Integrative Nutrition de Nueva York. Se certificó como Health Coach por el Institute for Integrative Nutrition de Nueva York y como Instructor en Perfect Health por The Chopra Center University en California (dirigido por el doctor Deepak Chopra). Es autora del programa Cambia de hábitos y editora de la guía de alimentación mensual Hábitos Magazine. Es cofundadora de La Casa del Jugo y directora de Hábitos México, que dirige un movimiento positivo de cambio saludable en la comunidad de habla hispana.