How To Give a Shit About Your Health

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Want to get healthy and fit but don't know where to start? Want to feel and look awesome? This guide is for you! It cuts the crap and gets right to the facts you need to get started. Lose weight, gain strength, increase energy, sleep better, and look great - for life. Find out why you should give a shit about your health, and how to eat right and get exercise results. Plus 15 top-secret recipes! More

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Words: 12,990
Language: English
ISBN: 9780988080300
About Karina Inkster

Owner and head fitness nut at Ki Health & Fitness in Vancouver, BC, Karina Inkster is a certified personal trainer with a Master’s degree in Gerontology, specializing in health and aging.

Karina has been weight training, swimming, running, cycling, and power yoga-ing her way to fitness since 2003. Karina deals with a potentially life-threatening allergic condition which prohibits her from training after having eaten within 8 hours, in case a food triggers a serious allergic reaction when coupled with exercise. She also faces severe seasonal allergies and asthma that limit her activity for 5 months each year, as well as weekly allergy shots after which she can't train - again due to anaphylaxis risk. Yet, with careful planning and unwavering dedication, she trains consistently 6 days per week (even while in full time graduate school and working 3 jobs).

Karina understands the many challenges involved in maintaining an active lifestyle, and aims to live by example in overcoming her own obstacles. She helps clients to enjoy working out, and to fit regular exercise into their busy lives.

When she’s not lifting weights, swimming, running, working with clients, or writing, Karina plays Australian didgeridoo and piano, designs and creates jewelry, makes paper art with Origami and paper filigree (a.k.a. quilling), or cranks up her favourite reggae music.

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Review by: Cheezy Poof on July 25, 2012 : (no rating)
This e-book is a good primer on nutrition and health. If you are already well-versed in healthy eating, this book is still worth it for the recipes alone! I love the African Stew Holly's Kale Salad. I can't wait to try out some of the other recipes, as well. =)
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Angelika Hackett on June 04, 2012 : (no rating)
This e-book is a must-read. It is full of great information about healthy eating and leading a healthy lifestyle, from an author who leads by example. Fun to read, it makes you want to get off the couch and start immediately on the road to a healthier body. It is very useful for people just deciding they need to change, as well as for people who are already living a healthy life - it gives them positive reinforcement and many useful tips. Who wouldn't want to keep their body going with lots of energy well into their senior years?!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Angelika Hackett on June 04, 2012 : (no rating)
This e-book is a must-read. It is full of great information about healthy eating and leading a healthy lifestyle, from an author who leads by example. Fun to read, it makes you want to get off the couch and start immediately on the road to a healthier body. It is very useful for people just deciding they need to change, as well as for people who are already living a healthy life - it gives them positive reinforcement and many useful tips. Who wouldn't want to keep their body going with lots of energy well into their senior years?!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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