Award-winning book shares 7 steps to a happier, healthier, more youthful lifestyle.
Looking Up: Seven Steps for a Healthy & Youthful Midlife and Beyond combines the author's personal stories with significant research and resources to enable optimal physical,m spiritual, and emotional growth and fulfillment.
The Baby Boomers may be retiring in droves, but times remain tough financially and otherwise. Worldwide, depression, drug use, obesity, and illness are on the rise. Yet even in these challenging times, it's possible to deliberately embrace a lifestyle that results in increased happiness, optimal health and genuine peace.
In her award-winning book, Cynthia Olsen shares her significant life experiences that led to her to seek optimal physical, mental, and spiritual health as well as the seven specific steps readers can take to achieve the same life- and health affirming changes. These include:
***** Step One: Cultivate a healthy mind and attitude.
***** Step Two: Improve your body through exercise.
***** Step Three: Eat the right foods.
***** Step Four: Decide which supplements benefit your health.
***** Step Five: Keep your skin young and healthy.
***** Step Six: Take charge of your finances and understand health care options.
***** Step Seven: Discover the best and most fulfilling ways to live your life.
Each section offers a comprehensive summary of options for achieving the specific step sprinkled with Cynthia's keen insights and experiences, Cynthia comments, "I have witnessed many friends and family suffer ill health. I wrote this book to connect with those who are suffering from illnesses and seeking more vibrancy and youthfulness and to spark the entire being and feed the soul."
For her efforts, Looking Up received the 2012 Gold Medal in Health/Medicine/Nutrition category from the Independent Publisher (IPPY) Book Awards. And Silver in the 2013 Living Now Awards. USA Book Award Finalist--Southwest Book Design Finalist.
Author: Cynthia Olsen is the pen name for Cynthia Bellini. Under her pen name, Cynthia has authored and published books on natural health since 1989. Her book Essiac: A Native Herbal Cancer Remedy received the Small Press Book Award in Medicine. In addition to her role as a mother of five children and Nonna for her eight grandchildren, Cynthia is a lifelong supporter and exponent of holistic living.