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by Rick Foster, Rick Foster

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0399534202, Hardcover)


Proven ways to create positive behaviors and attitudes that make us healthier.

Stepping into a new frontier of health, Choosing Brilliant Health is the first practical guide to discovering the most powerful, yet least utilized, route to good health – the thoughts and behaviors that create positive emotions.

Based on groundbreaking new studies showing that positive emotions are a root cause of good health, high immune function and better healing, the book offers a clear, concise path to unraveling the mysteries of the mind-body connection.

Choosing Brilliant Health provides the means for anyone to take control of their health and to thrive in spite of inevitable illness and aging. By integrating a specific and easy-to- implement set of nine attitude-driven behaviors, people can live in Brilliant Health and actually alter their physical state, boost their immune function, reduce pain, enhance their ability to fight disease, reduce stress, recover faster from surgery, and live a longer and better life.

With a blend of personal and inspiring stories, testimonials from healthcare professionals and the hard science that substantiates the amazing affects of the “Brilliant Health” system, Choosing Brilliant Health shows us:

*Tangible things we can do each day to reset our biochemistry and feel more energized.
*Key thoughts and behaviors that actually change the pathways in our brain.
*How we boost our immune system by triumphing over the “victim” brain.
*The latest research in Positive Psychology and how it supports all nine Brilliant Health choices.
*A process called recasting, which helps to convert despair into meaning, opportunity, and resilience.
*A quick, diagnostic self-test to determine your own Brilliant Health quotient.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:19 -0400)

POPULAR MEDICINE. The first practical guide to the physical benefits of positive emotions, from the national bestselling authors of "How We Choose to Be Happy." "Happiness & Health" unravels the mysteries of the mindbody connection as it presents clinical, scientific, and anecdotal evidence that proves that the adoption of a set of simple behaviors, known collectively as the "model of health", can biochemically enhance health and well-being. Validated by international studies, including those conducted at the Mayo Clinic, the "model of health" as outlined in this book sets forth nine specific attitude- driven behaviors that anyone can integrate into their lives to achieve higher levels of both recovery from and prevention of illness.… (more)

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