A new book on health and wellness details different ways to live a healthy lifestyle, and goes far beyond exercise and nutrition.
The book, titled The Best Life: The Key to Living, offers fourteen experts’ positions on living a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
According the the Global Wellness Institute Study in 2015, the health and wellness industry is over $3.4 trillion. In comparison, the pharmaceutical industry is just over $1 trillion, one-third of the size. This has been attributed to consumer interest in sectors such as healthy eating, preventative and personalized health, complementary and alternative medicine, and beauty and anti-aging.
“We are at a pivotal movement where people worldwide are taking steps to change the way they live, work, and play, while at the same time governments are finally recognizing the value of investing in prevention to lower healthcare costs,” said Susie Ellis, Chairman and CEO of the Global Wellness Institute. “The study confirms that the wellness industry can play a critical role in leading efforts in ensuring that people worldwide have access to the best services, products, and information that promote health and well-being.”
The Best Life reflects this shift in the market by bringing together a number of paths to wellness. The authors write on nutrition, environmental health, psychology, stress, yoga, energy work, and a number of complementary topics.
In addition, 100% of the royalties from sales of The Best Life will be donated to The Anthony Robbins Foundation, a charity dedicated to raising a quality of life for groups such as: youth, homeless and hungry, prisoners, the elderly and the disabled.
The authors contributing their knowledge to The Best Life: Shaleena Anand, Julie Balderrama, Keith Colby, Steve Consiglio, Alex Desrosiers, Stacie Dickerson, Gina Faubert, Gina Fitzpatrick, Carol Froehlich, Tracy Hammons, Ross Johnson, Alexander Klaus, Mark Niemchak, and Marcos Sayon.
The Best Life can be purchased on Amazon Kindle here.
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