|Mary Jo McCurley Co-Authors Book on Womens' Lifestyle Issues|
|"A Happy, Healthy You" offers physical, interpersonal and spiritual support|
|June 18, 2010 4:45 pm|
DALLAS - A woman over the age of 35 is beginning a series of physical and emotional transitions that can affect her happiness and balance for the rest of her life.
In "A Happy, Healthy You" five professional women - a clinical nutritionist and internist; an oncologist; a psychologist; an exercise physiologist; and an attorney and certified life coach - collectively have authored a new book that offers a definitive guide to help empower women during the aging process, combat disease and improve overall health and well-being.
From how to care for a changing body to being better connected to friends and family, "A Happy Healthy You" shows how an optimistic attitude, proper nutrition, effective exercise and the right relationships can help a woman take charge of her life and make the right decisions that can positively affect the rest of her life.
"This book is about more than possibilities," says co-author Mary Jo McCurley. "It's about making life choices that make us younger than our years and help us, with each new day, to look forward to what life has to offer. It is within our control to be happier, healthier, and more in harmony with our world."
Written in five parts, each of the authors shares her knowledge and experience in helping women embrace hope, spiritual guidance and the promise of rewarding relationships in every stage of life:
- Mary Johanna McCurley is an attorney and certified life coach
- Jyotsna Sahni is board certified in clinical nutrition, sleep medicine, geriatric medicine and holistic and internal medicine
- Jan DeLipsey is a forensic psychologist
- Lu Jurcova Phillips is an exercise physiologist
- Kristi McIntyre is board certified in oncology and internal medicine.
"A Happy, Healthy You" is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels. To learn more about "A Happy Healthy You or to purchase a copy, click here.
For more information contact Mary Jo McCurley at 214-273-2400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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