Eat Well and Feel Great
The Teenager's Guide to Nutrition and Health
'An essential evidence-based handbook for every family' - Gary Neville
'An amazing resource for families, teachers and teens' - Dr Gemma Newman, the Plant Power Doctor
'A great resource for teenagers, with practical tips and illustrations which makes it easily accessible for everyone.' - Dr Rachel V Gow, Child Neuropsychologist, Nutritional Neuroscientist and author of Smart Foods for ADHD and Brain Health
'This book will boost your knowledge of what's going on inside when it comes to keeping our teens healthy and happy' - Lorraine Candy, author and journalist
This easy-to-use and friendly handbook for teenagers will help you learn how to develop a healthy and loving relationship with food and your body, for life. Packed with helpful tips, advice and recipes, in an easy-to-digest format.
In no time at all you can dramatically improve the way you feel by making better choices with your food and lifestyle habits. Eat Well and Feel Great shows you how simple changes can have profound effects on your self-confidence and well-being, helping you to:
- improve your mood
- reduce stress and anxiety
- sleep better and focus more
- maintain a healthy weight
- have a fresher complexion and healthy hair
- feel happier in your body.
Written by an expert nutritionist with over 20 years' experience, the book features case studies from the author's clinical work with young people. With a selection of quick and easy recipes, you'll learn how simple it is to nourish your brain and body with key nutrients.
Educating young people on the importance of good nutrition is vital and the bedrock for good health in later life. Eat Well and Feel Great aims to shape the health, well-being and self-esteem of current and future generations.
About this Author
Tina Lond-Caulk BSc, the Nutrition Guru, has worked as a registered nutritionist for over 20 years, working with a number of high-profile medical practices in Harley Street and the world-renowned Lanserhof Medical Clinic. She speaks to over 20,000 students every year. In addition to her first-class BSc Honours degree in Nutrition, she has post-graduate training in behavioural psychology and eating disorders and a specialist interest in nutrigenomics.
Alongside her clinical work she is the founder of the nationwide Food for Life programme - an educational programme for schools that hosts motivational talks and workshops to students and parents.
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