Joshua Rosenthal, Dr. Richard Linchitz & Others Are Involved in The Smart Diet Habits of Highly Successful Losers

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Naturally, when you buy a health or diet book, you want to know if any celebrities and health experts are behind it.
Well, I’m pleased to announce that The Better Habits Diet has the participation of some cutting-edge people in the fields of health and wellness.
In fact, some acclaimed people already have come on board.
Baden First of all, respected integrative physician Richard M. Linchitz, M.D. – a cancer survivor himself — will serve as medical consultant for The White-Out Diet.
Dr. Linchitz’s story is amazing. Back in 1998, he was diagnosed with lung cancer (despite never having smoked).
His doctor delivered a bleak diagnosis — he told him that 55 percent of lung cancer patients people lived for only five years.
Despite the negative news, Dr. Linchitz recovered by making massive changes to his diet and lifestyle.
In fact, Dr. Linchtiz will share his tale in The Better Habits Diet. And together, we’ll offer offer his tips so you, too, can achieve optimal health and possibly even put cancer at bay.
Joshua_message_pic In addition, I’m pleased to announce that Joshua Rosenthal MScEd, the acclaimed founder and director of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN), the largest nutrition school in the country, is writing the introduction.
As I’ve indicated a number of times on my Sugar Shock Blog, I attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in 2005 to 2006, and found this to be a rewarding, uplifting and enriching experience for a number of different reasons.
First off, one of the most exciting things about attending IIN was that we regularly listened to lectures from big-name, stellar guest lecturers — people like Deepak Chopra, Dr. Andrew Weil, eating disorder specialist Geneen Roth and Dr. Walter Willett of Harvard.