24 Nov Book Review: Dr Chatterjee’s 4 Pillars of Good Health
One of the most important challenges we all have to face on a daily basis is how to stay in good health, both physically and mentally.
This isn’t easy, thanks to our 24-hour news cycle! One week, fat is bad, the next week fat is good. One expert says you only need six hours of sleep a night; another says you must get nine.
This simple guide is by Dr Chatterjee who has 15 years of clinical experience in the NHS, including internal medicine, immunology and general practice.
Everyday health revolves around Dr Chatterjee’s four pillars:
1. eat well
2. move well
3. sleep well
4. relax well
Making changes in these areas is simple, but not easy.
You may even think this short list is obvious. But, do you intentionally take care of yourself in these areas at the moment? Do you spend most of your day sitting? Do you know how crucial it is to your health to make time to relax?
By making small, achievable changes in each of these key areas, you can create and maintain good health and avoid illness.
Based on cutting-edge research and his own experiences as a doctor, this e-book contains fascinating case studies from real patients. Practical and potentially life-changing, this e-book is an inspiring and easy-to-follow guide to better health and happiness.
You can download a free copy of the guide here. If you’re interested in more of Dr Chatterjee’s work, have a look at his upcoming book titled the Four Pillar Plan which is due out later this year.