Drink, Move, Eat, Sleep
by Sally Handlon
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About the Book
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicts that the leading cause for death in 2030 will be cancer, followed by hepatitis and Alzheimer’s disease. But in seven years, you’ll have a whole new body. How can you make it a good one?
In Your Journey to Aging Well, you’ll learn the four major components of good health: water, exercise, quality food, and sleep—and you’ll learn how to maximize these components to take control of your health to age well. By changing just one of your habits, it will resonate throughout your body. It’s like throwing a pebble in a pond. Imagine how your health will improve when you tackle one habit, then another, then another!
About the Author
Sally Handlon has been an active member of the Lehigh Valley business community and non-profit community for more than 40 years. During that time, she became familiar with wellness and the environment, both of which became passionate hobbies of hers.
In 2018, she made the choice to make those avocations a larger part of her life. She made her company, Handlon Business Resources (HBR), part-time and increased her focus on wellness and the environment. With that focus came the creation of www.bodyconstruction.me and her desire to write a book that would share the information she gathered over 30 years.
A graduate of Penn State University with postgraduate business courses at Muhlenberg College and Bucknell University, Sally’s varied employment experience includes financial services, call center management, retail and commercial lending, higher education, community and institutional recreation, community health planning, retail business owner, and corporate mergers and acquisitions. She is a graduate of David Winston’s Center for Herbal Studies, two year and graduate program. She is also a 2019 graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, the world’s largest nutrition school and has Integrative Nutrition Health Coach certification.
Trim size: 6×9
Cover price: $14.15
Page count: 102