Making Food Your Medicine and Medicine Your Food

Miami, FL, June 13, 2008 --( No drugs, no gimmicks, no magic wand; just simple natural whole foods. Clinical nutrition consultant and first time author Kathleen Beisel shares her life changing methods in the new book Eat Your Way to Good Natural Health. Aimed at all those who wish to achieve ideal weight and health without drugs or pain, the book details how this is possible by simply changing how you eat.

Driven by the notion that “prevention is better than curing” Beisel’s life serves as a first-hand testimony to the power of changing how we approach food:

“Since I changed to a healthier lifestyle in 1983 I have not been sick and have never taken any medication. My disciplined, healthy and natural lifestyle became evident and has attracted and encouraged many to share and emulate my health ethics.”

Eat Your Way to Good Natural Health is much more than a testimony of success. It is a thorough, meticulous, and detailed exploration of healthy eating habits. From how stress contributes to added abdominal fat, to why skipping breakfast is a health detriment, Beisel leaves no subject untouched. While the book addresses how diet and exercise contributes to achieving an ideal weight, it goes far beyond by discussing how we can protect our bodies from pain and disease by eating a balanced diet full of detoxifying foods.

Readers will be enriched not only by Beisel’s diet regiment but also by a greater sense of purpose. This book will teach you how you can have a wealth of peace, joy, contentment, and a pain free body. It will reveal the possibilities of enjoying healthy and tasty food that has the power to fight and prevent disease. The human body was designed to heal itself, Beisel teaches readers how this is possible.

ISBN: 978-1-4327-2497-9 Format: 6x9 Paperback SRP: $12.95
Genre: Nutrition

About the Author: Kathleen Beisel is a certified Clinical Nutrition Consultant. Her passion for nutrition began twenty-four years ago in Germany, and continues today. She currently lives and works in Miramar, FL.

For more information or to contact the author, visit:

Kathleen Beisel, Clinical Nutrition Consultant
10315 SW 20th Street
Miramar, Florida 33025
Ph: 954-441-6650


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