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Dr. Travis Stork, the New York Times bestselling author of The Lose Your Belly Diet and popular host of The Doctors, will show you how to transform your own health in seven simple steps.

Thanks to his appearances on Dr. Phil and Larry King Live and as host of the hit show The Doctors, Travis Stork has become one of the most widely recognized medical experts on television. In The Doctor Is In, Stork demystifies the often-intimidating topic of health, emphasizing that being healthy is an important and achievable goal, and he encourages readers to engage in healthy behavior every single day.

In his trademark big-brotherly style, Stork breaks down the building blocks to good health and offers easy-to-follow advice for establishing and maintaining overall wellness for readers of every age and fitness level. Stork decodes many nutrition myths, including the effectiveness of eating raw food, whether microwaving food removes nutrients, the benefit of drinking eight glasses of water daily, and much more. In addition, Stork describes simple ways to measure daily progress, providing both motivation and reassurance to readers who decide to make a commitment to healthy living. Packed with interesting facts and eye-opening medical advice, The Doctor Is In is a fun-to-read roadmap to health from one of today’s most high-profile medical experts.
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ISBN: 9781439167434
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