7 Habits of Healthy Living

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Item Code: NAI393
Author: Andrew Tutino
Publisher: Vitasta Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
Language: English
Edition: 2012
ISBN: 9789380828251
Pages: 130 (Throughout B/W Illustrations)
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 8.5 inch X 5.5 inch
Weight 180 gm
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About the Book


Seven Habits of Healthy Living presents a programme to help readers increase their consciousness and guide them to solid knowledge about health. They’ll find practical, proven advice on choosing the right food when eating out, the importance of drinking water for health, and how to overcome resistance to positive change.


Salient Features


Tips That Help Readers

1. Eliminate bad habits

2. Incorporate exercise into their daily routines

3. Make healthier food choices

4. Experience the power of a positive mind

Cleanse the body of toxins


About the Author


Andrew Tutino, D.C., graduated from the Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles. He has been in practice for fifteen years at the Delta Chiropractic Clinic and at the Optimum Health Institute, both in San Diego, California. He lectures frequently on the topics of natural detoxification, weight loss, and stress reduction.




The other day, 1 was at my daughter’s volleyball tournament and 1 was shouting and cheering like a madman-for everybody. The guy next to me turned and said, “I never saw a parent cheering so hard for both sides!” You know what 1 said to him? “I encourage everyone. That’s the kind of guy 1 am. I’m the biggest cheerleader in the place.” And that’s what 1 want to say to you at the outset of this book. I’m your biggest cheerleader. 1 may not know you personally, but it doesn’t matter. Just like at my daughter’s volleyball game, there’s no “good” side and no “bad” side. They’re all great kids playing their hearts out. When it comes to health, there’s no “you’re my friend and I care about you” or “you’re not my friend, so I don’t care if you get sick.”


We’re all here together on planet Earth and what we do affects others. If you’re the pilot on my airplane, if you’re a teacher in my son’s classroom, if you’re a patient in my office, your health affects me personally. And you can be sure 1 want you to be as healthy as possible. But if our paths never cross and the only way we connect is through this book, 1 still want you to be as healthy as possible. In fact, I want everyone you know to be healthy, even if they don’t pick up my book. How’s that going to happen? Because you’ll be so inspired, so knowledgeable about health, that you will pass on the information. That’s how it works.


That’s how we will all end up in a world of health care, not disease care. The world of disease care is expensive and painful, full of anxiety and lost opportunities, and it’s full of death before your time. The world of health care is positive, active, doesn’t cost extra money, and leads to a long and fulfilling life. That’s what I want for you.


I’m a man with a mission-to help as many people as possible lead healthy lives. I love people, I talk straight, and I genuinely care. I’m honest, positive, and optimistic. And I’m a skilled medical professional who understands the human body and the distinction between the good choices and the bad ones.


To the thousands of people who’ve been my patients or who’ve come to my lectures, I’m “Dr. Andy”-the guy who listens to them, understands their problems, and gently but firmly guides them on the path to health. Through this book, I’m “Dr. Andy” to you too. I know that sometimes I sound tough. I don’t talk to you the way a lot of medical people do. But I don’t have unlimited pages in this book, and you don’t have a lot of time to read.


So, I want to tell you straight out what you need to know. You need to Stop and Think. You need to adopt the Seven Habits of Healthy Living. You need to get real each and every day about what is going to help your body and what is going to hurt it.


I’ve been a practicing chiropractor for fifteen years. I’ve taught everyone about health, from the richest celebrities who could afford anything they wanted to buy, to homeless kids who are too poor to have anything but the basics. Each person has an equal right to know how to live healthily and has the ability to carry it through. Hey, does an apple cost any more than a doughnut? It’s all about knowing the differences and the effects on your body-and sticking to making good choices.


Patients come to see me for a lot of reasons, including natural detoxification, weight loss, and stress reduction. I’ve treated and lectured to people from all over the world. People leave my health lectures with information, direction, and a sense of personal commitment, thanks to the way I present my message. Health is not boring! It’s one of the best, most interesting, and, yes, most fun topics in the world.


Above all, I’m an old-fashioned chiropractor. I align the body, encourage harmony, and help people to function at 100 percent of their potential. Chiropractic medicine, the second-largest healing profession in the world, has been saying for decades, “Be careful about drugs, be careful about surgery, focus on wellness.” And I’m very knowledgeable about nutrition. Did you know that in chiropractic training, there is ten times more actual class time spent on nutrition than in a typical medical-school education? Every day, I continue to educate myself about the latest studies and research into all aspects of health and wellness, including nutrition. I didn’t make this stuff up! I’m just putting it together and telling you in a way that will make you think and take action.


You know, I wasn’t born a chiropractor. In fact, I was just like you per- haps-looking for a magic pill, thinking that drugs were really going to make me better and that I didn’t have to do anything myself. When I was a young man, I was working two jobs, day and night. One day at work, I got injured. I took the usual route and went to the doctor and got pills for my painful shoulder. When I stopped taking the pills, the pain came back. Then I needed more pills. And so on.


It just didn’t make sense to me that popping pills was the way to restore health. My wife, who worked for a chiropractor, told me to go see a chiropractor. So I did. That began a whole new way of life for me. I got better without being in a vicious cycle of pain and pills, then more pain and more pills. I became so motivated by experiencing these better, more lasting ways of healing that I decided to become a chiropractor myself. So, I’m not telling you to do anything I wouldn’t do myself. I’m just asking you to join me on the road to health.









Stop and Think



The Ferrari: A Wake-Up Call



Digestion Made Simple



Habit Number One: Don’t Smoke



Habit Number Two: Don’t Drink Alcohol



Habit Number Three: Don’t Take Drugs



Habit Number Four: Exercise



Habit Number Five: Eat Right



Habit Number Six: Clean Your Mind



Habit Number Seven: Cleanse Your Body



Bring the Whole Family Along.






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