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01 March 2011

The Feel Good Factor Roadshow

Spoil yourself. Well-known nutrition expert Patrick Holford will host the final The Feel Good Factor Roadshow tonight at 18h00 at the 1 On 1 Events Centre Gateway in Durban.

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Spoil yourself. Well-known nutrition expert Patrick Holford will host the final The Feel Good Factor Roadshow tonight at 18h00 at the 1 On 1 Events Centre Gateway in Durban. Tickets are available at selected Dis-Chem stores and Computicket. For more information please send an e-mail.

For those who cannot attend, his latest book, The Feel Good Factor, will help you transform the way you feel and renew your enthusiasm for life by means of a few simple adjustments to your diet and lifestyle.

Low mood and depression are endemic, and on the increase, and the recession has further fuelled the need for the practical, down-to-earth advice provided in The Feel Good Factor.

Written by leading nutrition expert and mental health specialist Patrick Holford, it reveals highly effective methods to make a difference to how you feel - without the need for medical drugs. It includes lifestyle and life management techniques, as well as revealing the right foods to eat, and those to avoid, to help improve your mood dramatically.

This accessible approach is supported by substantial research, and backed up by poignant and motivating case histories. This includes those with major depression who failed to get better with conventional approaches, and who managed to recover completely on Holford's regime. The book is supported by further in-depth analysis relating to mood and diet taken from Holford's 100% Health survey, which was completed by over 55,000 people.

The book can be ordered here

Six people stand a chance to WIN a hamper of supplements and a copy of The Feel Good Factor. Simply email your name and surname with the words HEALTH24/PATRICK in the subject line. The competition closes on 7 March 2011.

 (Source: Penguin Book, February 2011)

 

 
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