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Changing For The Health Of It

A Simple and Sensible Guide To Heart-Healthy Diet and Exercise

Normand Ledoux, Ph.D.

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  • Paperback: 166 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.00" x 9.00"
  • ISBN: 978-1-63413-050-9
  • Publication Date: 2014-12-08
  • Two Harbors Press

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Changing For The Health Of It

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Formerly obese himself, Dr. Normand Ledoux presents the approachable method he used to lose 75 pounds—and keep it off—simply by adjusting his attitude and the way he approaches food.

Do you think healthy living means sacrificing meals, recreation, and quality of life? Far from it! If you’re really willing to try, you’ll find that the wins will outweigh any perceived losses.  With Changing for the Health of It, you will:

• Eat delicious foods in hearty, filling portions - really!
• Continue to enjoy parties, tailgating and life!
• Discover simple ways to cut down your daily calorie intake.
• Keep up with little ones in your life without being immediately out of breath.
• Learn how it feels to be able to do more, go farther, and feel better, every day.

Don’t sacrifice your health or life’s culinary pleasures. Take it from someone who’s been there: the only “losses” you’ll experience will be your shrinking waistline and your blood pressure!

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"Impressive, timely and pleasing to read...In fact, I had one of those "A-Ha" moments where I wished I had picked up this book much sooner." —Anthony Sgherza, PhD, PT, ATC, CSCS Professor of Exercise Science/Former Department Chair, Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, Vermont

Normand Ledoux, Ph.D.

Dr. Norm Ledoux received his Ph.D. from the Marquette University School of Education in 1981. This followed a master's degree in clinical psychology from Marshall University. He has worked as a school psychologist for thirty years.

He previously developed a primary prevention stress management program for students, teachers and parents. This school-based program was the first of its kind in the country. This led to being a member of a research team for a period of time that was centered at the University of Vermont, with resulting publications regarding the effectiveness of the program and the overall topic of family stress.

Dr. Ledoux lives with his wife of thirty-eight years in Derby Line, Vermont. They have two adult children and three grandchildren. He hopes that this book will help you and yours to do the same. He found out that it is not hard and very much worth it.