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The Mind-Body Bible: Your personalised prescription for total health

Mark Atkinson

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Prose: non-fiction, Fitness & diet

Fulfil your potential for physical health and emotional wellbeing.

THE MIND-BODY BIBLE is an important book about the mind-body connection from leading holistic medical doctor Mark Atkinson. Dr Mark draws on his experience advising and treating thousands of patients to explain how our thoughts and emotions affect our physical health. He illuminates the connections between the body and mind, and offers us safe holistic solutions to illness, stress and emotional problems.

Dr Mark provides detailed questionnaires to identify the core issues underlying your particular health problem. He then directs you to specific strategies to combat your problem. Body-based strategies include creating a personalised nutrition plan, cooling chronic inflammation, helping your heart and overcoming addictions. The mind-based strategies incorporate uncovering your personality type, fulfilling your emotional needs, managing your stress levels and taming the inner critic. When combined, these easy-to-follow strategies will boost your self esteem and immune system and help you to achieve a healthier, happier and more fulfilling life.

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Praise for The Mind-Body Bible: Your personalised prescription for total health

  • ** 'A leading visionary within the field of integrated medicine. - Professor Karol Sikora- Professor of Cancer Medicine, Hammersmith Hospital, London

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Mark Atkinson

Dr Mark Atkinson is one of Britain's most innovative holistic medical doctors and a leading authority on drug-free solutions to chronic illnesses. In 2001, Dr Mark launched the Whole Body Healing Clinic, a pioneering holistic medical clinic on Harley Street, London. Many of Dr Mark's holistic health programmes have been featured in the national press and on GMTV. He also lectures internationally, runs numerous workshops, and writes regular health articles and columns (he was named Health Journalist of the Year 2005). He has also been Vice President of the Complementary Medical Association.

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