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The Little Book of Good Health

181 Ideas To Make You Feel Better

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Get smart about your health! 181 ideas to make you feel better, healthier and stronger.

True health is as much a matter of mind as it is a matter of body. It is about total wellness. The author has meticulously sifted through thousands of international studies on all aspects of health and medicine, both modern and alternative, and wellness philosophies and reduced them to 181 short, crisp, fact-based and helpful explanations you can incorporate in your daily routine.

Like all good things in life the secret of good health lies in concepts that are simple, practical, easy-to-follow and inexpensive; ideas that may seem small or insignificant, but are the way to a fitter, healthier and a happier life.

'A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools.' – A Spanish Proverb

Dr. Sonia Kakar is a well known health and nutrition consultant to several multinational corporations like Sanofi and Glaxo Smithkline Beecham, Eily Lily and Amway. She has also been associated with Sitaram Bhartia Institute of Science and Research, and several other leading hospitals of New Delhi. She writes actively for Rotary Delhi Central Club, Prevention and Men’s Health magazines.

After her schooling from St. Thomas, New Delhi she enrolled for graduate and post graduate studies in Food and Nutrition and graduated at top of her class, both in BSc and MSc programmes, and then went on to earn her Doctorate from Lady Irwin College, Delhi University. For her academic brilliance she received both Smt. Bhanumati Memorial Prize and Dr. Y.K. Subrahmaniyam Memorial Prize.

She is a recipient of Senior Research Fellow Award of Indian Council of Medical Research and was recently appointed as the member of the Organizing Committee of the International Diabetes Federation WDC 2013. She has also been selected as National Faculty Member on Board with International Faculty for writing the curriculum to train 3000 allied health professionals in diabetes education.

She has contributed to several international and national journals and has been invited to as a speaker to international conferences. The focus of her ongoing work is nutritional, lifestyle and psycho-social management of diabetes.