Best New Health And Wellness Book of 2018 -One Body One Life: Don’t Screw it Up!

One Body One Life: Don't Screw it Up! This engaging and modern book is aiming to become one of the best new health and wellness books of 2018. Author Andrew Green is a passionate, informed and knowledgeable communicator.

Reading, United Kingdom - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

A fresh new Health and Wellness Book has been published by Panoma Press. The author, Andrew Green, is a respected chiropractor in Reading, Berkshire.

Andrew Green’s book, One Body One Life, is a modern and engaging book on the vast subject of health and quality of life. Lots of subject matter is covered including genetics, nutrition, stress, exercise, environment, nervous system health, hydration, and foods. This book would benefit anyone who cares about their health. The subjects covered are in good detail but to a depth that anyone can follow. The writing style is very friendly, and easy to digest, making the book a pleasure to read.The most important areas are illustrated in order to highlight the literary points, giving the book a natural flow. This book is not just an intellectual exploration of what it means to be healthy, instead it’s also empowering in its message of advice and guidance. Bullet points of advice is littered throughout the book.

In summary “One Body One life: Don’t screw it up” is an easy and pleasant read that successfully walks the tightrope of giving enough information, without becoming hard to read and is recommended it to anyone that is health conscious, and wants to live at their optimum potential. It is hoped that this book, focusing on stress and functional health may become one of the best new health and wellness book of 2018.

Andrew Green is a passionate, honest and informed communicator. He has developed his bold communication style whilst working in the diverse roles of chiropractor and rowing coach. Andrew was selected as part of the medical team for the London 2012 Olympic Games and also works with Premiership and Championship football clubs. Always open to new thinking, and passionate about sharing ideas he is an authentic and empowering educator and coach. Having completed his Masters on Chiropractic in 1999 he also holds the International Certified Chiropractic Sports Practitioner qualification.

The book is available on Amazon, and at all good book stores.

Contact Info:
Name: Andrew Green
Email: info@reflexspinalhealth.com
Organization: Reflex Spinal Health
Address: 17 Church Road, Reading, England RG4, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-118-946-2100

For more information, please visit http://www.reflexspinalhealth.com

Source: PressCable

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