Being healthy in mind, body, and soul is something Kristy Clark has always strived for. It’s not just a way of life, but a passion for her and one that she believes should be shared with others. Though Kristy is a graduate in business administration and the corporate world has been a fixture in her busy life, she knew she would always turn to her first passion of healthy living. Kristy soon found that both writing and diligent research into health topics that affected her and her family, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, was something that came naturally.
In each of Kristy’s books and series, you’ll find that passion translated onto the page and you’ll get all the information you’ll need on health topics most important to you and your loved ones. In her three current health book series, you’ll discover novel and relevant information on diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease and memory, as well as aging in the modern era. No matter how old you are or your current health status, you’ll no doubt find something in each of her books that can begin to help you live more healthfully right away. That is a Kristy’s mission: to help others gain access to the latest cutting edge research along with everyday tips.
At forty-six, people often come up to Kristy and ask her what it is that she’s doing right in order to look and feel so healthy and vibrant, and she tells them the same thing every time: it’s about the love she has for herself and her family. Seeing her father go through the beginning stages of Parkinson’s Disease, along with being a pre-diabetic, taught Kristy that we can never go “too far” in preventing disease and maintaining a healthful and safe lifestyle for ourselves. Kristy’s mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s as well, and now she has two caregivers who provide her with 24-hour assistance. Armed with knowledge, Kristy does everything in her power to help them and herself through healthy living.
So while the hardships of life helped clarify Kristy’s focus on health topics, her desire to keep fit and strong in mind and body propelled her to run 10 kilometers three times a week, take yoga and Pilates classes, practice Beach Functional Training on soft sand, and be in full control of her diet and environment. But it’s not just now in midlife that Kristy finds herself being active; it’s always been a facet of her life. At 14, she took jazz dance and Jiu-Jitsu classes, and played basketball and volleyball. A passion for being active was born and continues to be a foundation in her life. And she hopes to pass on that passion for healthy living through her books.
Join Kristy on this journey toward a more healthful and rewarding life today!