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Katy Clayton addresses the well-being and longevity of the American population in To Finding Healthy. She delivers forty strategies listing the skill to acquire, the health benefits it provides, what might hold you back from it, and "action steps" you can take to develop a healthy habit. While Clayton outlines the way to pay special attention to nutrition labels, portion sizes, and the types of foods you eat, she also touches on mindfulness, self-care, grounding, and spiritual growth. The author concludes the book by sharing stories from her patients that talk about transformations involved in Clayton's plan and sample recipes.
Katy Clayton's book will change your life if you let it. She relates stories from successful people who have implemented one or more of her suggestions and turned their lives around. If you're concerned about cancer, diabetes, or heart disease, there's something about one of those topics in about every ten pages with menu options, a supplement guide, and resources for a healthy lifestyle. It may seem as if I've given away important parts of the book in the review, but the wealth of knowledge in the pages is so vast and descriptive that you will find yourself reading every page—even if you only intended to read some key chapters. The road to a healthy lifestyle is a journey that requires true commitment and the author prepares you with knowledge to make your decisions more carefully. Don't miss out on To Finding Healthy, a comprehensive guide to managing your food choices and making positive lifestyle commitments.