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Ace Your Health

52 Ways to Stack Your Deck

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Ace Your Health: 52 Ways to Stack Your Deck by Theresa Albert is organized around the fact that there are 52 weeks in a year and 52 playing cards in a deck. For someone who is overweight or obese, leading a healthy lifestyle may seem like a daunting challenge, but Ace You Health asks you to make just one change per week.

The book suggests that take one card per week, which adds up to an entire year of healthy lifestyle changes. Each card has concise instructions and a clear explanation of how that change will improve your life. The book covers a range of topics, including weight loss, improving the quality of you sleep and reducing stress.

The book is penned by Theresa Albert, who is a nutritional consultant who live and works in Toronto. She starred on the Food Network show Just One Bite and is also the author of Cook Once a Week, Eat Well Every Day.

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  • Author is a registered nutritional consulting practitioner
  • Small steps won't overwhelm the reader
  • Straightforward advice
  • Includes recipes and space to record your thoughts
  • May not cover all health issues
  • Some may need a more dramatic change

Albert's approach to preventative medicine places a lot of emphasis on healthy eating and weight management. Many of the weekly cards cover food-related topics: super fruits, fish, red mead, fiber, caffeine, beans and much more. She also offers advice on dining out and grocery shopping.


In part 2 of Ace Your Health, exercise is the topic of the ace card. Although not many of the cards deal directly with exercise, it is an important part of a healthy life.


Ace Your Health is a fun approach to health and nutrition advice. Most people will find its gradual approach to lifestyle change appealing. If you don't want to "gamble" with your health any longer, take a look at this down-to-earth and straightforward book.

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A your health, Ace you health, Health Ace

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Sprout Right

An very user friendly, visual and easy to read book with so much information that everyone should know. The concept is genius and will have anyone reading it super healthy in no time!

posted Dec 31st, 2010 3:16 pm


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