Eat Move Sleep Paves the Way for a Healthy Future

Eat Move Sleep Paves the Way for a Healthy Future

By Michelle Drucker , Aug 12th 2013

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Need that extra boost of energy after a long day’s work? Looking for a way to keep up morale and increase productivity in the workplace? Trying to lose that extra 15 pounds?

“Eat right. Move more. Sleep better,” advises Tom Rath, author of the New York Times Bestseller Strengths Finder.

In his new book Eat Move Sleep, Rath tells the story of how he changed some bad lifestyle choices and ultimately saved his life. He exposes daily habits that are extremely detrimental to your health and teaches you how to start making healthier new habits. This book provides simple tips on how to make small changes to your diet, your workout, and your sleeping schedule that will significantly improve your health, happiness, and productivity at work and at home.

Of the many helpful tips, our favorites include:

1) Walking 10,000 steps every day or 70,000 steps per week.

2) Eliminating 1 hour of chair time from your daily routine.

4) Replacing chips, crackers, and snack bars with nuts, seeds, apples, celery, and carrots.

5) Creating a routine so you don’t eat, drink, or use electronic messaging in the hour before you go to bed.

Read it and decide for yourself which bad habits you would like to exchange for good ones. Share it with a friend or an employee to promote good health to those around you. The book is scheduled for release on Oct. 8th, but you can pre-order it now in bulk at BookPal.


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