Best diet books of all time
Physical Activity and Health: An Interactive Approach, Third Edition serves as a valuable text for understanding the workings of the complex systems within the human body and the multidimensional components of human health. This text presents scientific evidence on the relationship between physical activity and health in a readable and understandable format. Filled with information, guidance, recommendations, and practical applications, it prepares students to identify the aspects of personal behavior that, with modification, can improve their overall health. Together with engaging features that address self-assessment and changing health habits, it charts a path that puts students in control and allows them to decide what to do and how and when to do it.
Jerome E. Kotecki
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Each new print copy includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access that unlocks a comprehensive and interactive eBook, student practice activities and assessments, a full suite of instructor resources, and learning analytics reporting tools. Physical Activity & Health, Fifth Edition assists and encourage students in developing a personalized physical activity and health plan based on […] Physical Activity And Health : An Interactive Approach – Jerome E. Kotecki
Fully Revised and Updated Edition of a Comprehensive Physical Activity Text Physical Activity and Health: An Interactive Approach systematically covers the basic essentials of physical fitness and health. This student-friendly text is accessible to learners from a wide variety of academic backgrounds and presents key concepts in a clear and easy to identify format. Students […] Doing Exercise Psychology – Stephanie H. Hanrahan
This book addresses the challenging psychological components of physical activity. Bringing together a field of experts, Doing Exercise Psychology uses applied theories alongside authentic client interactions to address the challenging psychological components of physical activity. The book helps students understand how to build connections with individual clients, strengthen the […] How to Be a Thin Person : The 35 Essential Habits of Thin People – Robert Roi
If you wish to lose weight and stay lighter and healthier, don't go on a diet - instead, learn to follow the example of thin people. In the first part, I have set out the how thin people approach physical activity. In the second part I examine their relationship with food. Finally, I explain how they maintain strong willpower; something we can all learn with practice. This book will […] Exercise Psychology – Janet Buckworth
The major purpose of this text is to provide students and professionals with an in-depth examination of the relationship between exercise and psychological constructs. Information is presented from a wide variety of disciplines, including neuroscience and public health. Case studies help readers to better understand the application of psychological constructs in exercise settings. […] Nutrition for Health and Health Care – Eleanor N. Whitney
This paperback is a concise introduction to normal and clinical nutrition appropriate for nursing and dietetics programs. The text takes an organ systems approach to clinical nutrition. Normal nutrition is covered in less detail than in Understanding Normal and Clinical Nutrition, 4E and assumes a biochemistry prerequisite. The book is written in a lively, conversational style. […] Personal Nutrition Profile : A Diet and Activity Analysis – Barbara J. Mayfield
Designed for nutrition courses that include a personal diet and activity analysis, Personal Nutrition Profile, Second Edition, provides students with the tools they need to examine and change their personal eating and activity habits. Used in conjunction with any nutrition text, this manual helps students better understand the effects of their diet and activity habits on their […] Physical Examination of the Spine and Extremities: Pearson New International Edition – Stanley Hoppenfeld
This clear, concise manual fills the growing need for a text covering the process of physical examination of the spine and extremities. Serving students and clinicians as a functional guidebook, this text incorporates three important features: a tight consistent organization, an abundance of constructive illustrations, and an effective teaching method.
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Best diet books of all time