Let me introduce you to my upcoming book.
So far, release is scheduled for Fall 2019.
What do you think of the cover?
If you were to see it in a book store:
Is it a book you would like to buy and read?
Is it visually attracting you, interesting you, catching your attention?
Would it be a book that you would recommend just by looking at the cover?
Would it be a book you would want to buy for a loved one for Christmas?
Comment below and be in a chance to get a free copy, wherever you are in the world.
The copy will be sent out on the day of release, without any condition.
I have created an extremely comprehensive diagram exposing the link between chronically elevated stress (>6 months – 1 year) and blood sugar imbalances, insulin resistance and the symptoms of the Metabolic Syndrome, impaired cognitive functions and oestrogen dominance disorders, taking into consideration the emotional status, and psychological responses.
The effect of high blood Cortisol levels have many implications on health and disease expression, and it all starts with out-of-control stress response or Chronic Stress.
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Registered Naturopath, Nutritional Therapist, Iridologist, Lecturer, NLP practitioner and Personal Performance Coach.