Why Can't I Look The Way I Want?
By Melinda Hutchings
When you have an eating issue it can feel like the loneliest, hardest place in the world to be, but it doesn't have to be this way. No one knows this better than author Melinda Hutchings, who battled anorexia for three years. Drawing on her own experience, as well as other people's, Melinda openly discusses what this feels like on the inside, how to cope with the complexity of emotions, what to do about where you are at with your eating issue, and what you can look forward to when you get to the other side.Why Can't I Look the Way I Want? is packed full of information and personal stories which cover everything from anxieties around food to physical and emotional wellness, reconnecting with those you care about, and healing yourself and moving forward.In among the helpful checklists, expert advice and practical tips, Why Can't I Look the Way I Want? profiles those who have battled anorexia, bulimia and exercise bulimia, as well as the increasing male eating disorder, bigorexia, and provides strategies to triumph over these illnesses and realise the amazing life that's waiting for you beyond eating issues.
The Body in Action
By Sarah Key
Whether you suffer from aches, pains and creaky joints, or you simply feel old beyond your years, The Body In Action will help you achieve a better body and a healthier life.Sarah Key, renowned physiotherapist and author of The Back Sufferers' Bible and Back in Action, shows you how to keep your skeleton young with a series of stretches designed to combat stiffness and pain.Key shows you how to:* spot the tell-tale warning signs of imminent joint problems* take immediate action to reverse the trend* exercise to alleviate pain and restore full mobilityStretches derived from Iyengar yoga, which suit all levels of ability, are explained, and a 30-minute daily regime is outlined at the end of the book. Extensively illustrated, with easy to follow advice and exercises, The Body In Action will help you break the bad habits that come with our increasingly sedentary lifestyle.
Body Foods For Life
By Jane Clarke
An indispensable guide which shows how to use food for optimum health and well-being.Food should always be a pleasure, but it is also a great healer, the perfect antidote to tiredness, stress, and a variety of ailments from headaches to indigestion. Even with serious illness, such as heart attacks or cancer, Jane Clarke is convinced we can prevent or control many of these 'diseases of modern living' by nutritional management.Jane Clarke believes in building a positive relationship with food by concentrating on the foods you can eat and enjoy. Packed with tips to inspire you to adjust your eating habits, BODY FOODS FOR LIFE explains our nutritional needs simply and effectively, and shows how to design a healthy eating plan for every member of the family. 'Those who want to eat healthily - but not boringly - should read BODY FOODS FOR LIFE by Jane Clarke . . . Clarke has a refreshing approach to guilt-free eating and a vastly appetising selection of recipes' Harpers & Queen
No More Neck Pain
By Heike Hofler
Neck pain is one of the most common ailments of modern lifeColour illustrations throughout