Despite what you have heard, being healthy is not difficult and it does not need to be expensive. And being healthy is more than simply eating kale and running a marathon!
60 minutes to Better Health: timely tips to get more out of life
In this busy world many of us are under pressure to complete activities. So would your life be better if something as vital to you as maintaining your wellbeing could be made simple? Would you like some easy to follow health tips, which you can read in 60 seconds? Would you like a book, which has useful practical health knowledge, relevant to you and your family?
Well you have come to the right place. Dr Joe Kosterich, a doctor who actually talks about health, has distilled the confusing information out there. In this groundbreaking book he presents 60 practical health and wellness tips to improve your wellbeing.
From nutrition to sleep and from fitness to mindfulness it is all here. Plus some health tips which will surprise you.
“60 minutes to Better Health” is 60, one-minute ways to improve your health so you can live better for longer.
About the Author
Dr Joe Kosterich M.B.B.S.
Author, speaker, doctor and health industry consultant, Dr Joe Kosterich wants you to be healthy and get the most out of life.
The author of Dr Joe’s DIY Health, he has a weekly health segment on TV – 9 Network in Australia. He writes for Medical Observer magazine, sits on the advisory panel of Prevention Magazine and is assistant clinical editor of Medical Forum. Dr Joe is a regular on radio 6PR Perth and is a health ambassador for locally grown fresh potatoes.
He has written for numerous medical and mainstream publications and websites and is regularly sought for comment by the electronic and print media.
Dr Joe gives motivational and practical health talks for the general public and corporations on how to look and feel better. He publishes a weekly newsletter and maintains a website and blog which has health information and commentary.
Previously Dr Joe held senior positions in the Australian Medical Association and sat on numerous industry and government boards. He has extensive corporate experience in the setting up and management of medical centres and in helping businesses maintain a healthy workforce.
He continues to see patients each week in general practice.