CORE 4 of Wellness – Nutrition | Physical Exercise | Stress Management | Spiritual Wellness
CORE 4 of Wellness is a complete guide to help you manage your stress, improve relationships, and find balance and peace inside and out. This book provides an approach to wellness focusing on nutrition, physical exercise, stress management, and spiritual wellness. You will find effective approaches to handle stress, improve your eating habits, routines for physical activity, and easily understood guidance toward achieving the life you desire based on your values and goals.
If you think of healthcare as a tree, think of the trunk as disease prevention, the branches as disease management, and the leaves as innovations, some of which become new branches and others of which fall by the wayside. The roots of the tree are wellness promotion. Nutrition, physical exercise, stress management, and spiritual wellness are the roots of health, peace, and contentment. Feed these roots to make real, positive change in your life.
In addition to creating healthy habits, you’ll reflect on your life, your values, and your goals and figure out the source of any unhappiness or discontent. Whether it’s your career, spouse, finances, or something else in your life, now is the time to pinpoint the problem so you can solve it. Learn to manage stress. Discover how to stay calm and positive in any given situation. Be happy and healthy…and, most importantly, stay that way!
About Kaushal B. Nanavati, MD (Syracuse, New York Author)
Kaushal B. Nanavati, MD is an Integrative Family Physician, a motivational speaker, and an author with a passion for leading people and communities towards improved health care with a focus on wellness promotion. "CORE 4 of Wellness: Nutrition | Physical Exercise | Stress Management | Spiritual Wellness" is his book that describes an approach to achieving contentment and peace by optimizing self-care, work-life balance, and mindfulness using humor, stories, and real, tangible examples.
For over 20 years he has worked in rural, suburban, and urban settings, caring for all stages of life. He has spoken at retreats in the Adirondacks with world-renowned speaker davidji and has conducted a series of workshops in conjunction with Syracuse University's TED center. Currently he is the Director of Integrative Medicine at Upstate Cancer Center, Chair of the Medical College Assembly, and an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY. He also serves on the Board of Maureen’s Hope Foundation.
He has enjoyed learning karate earning a second degree black belt with his wife and son; has coached his son in basketball, completed a marathon, loves to play tennis and golf, and cherishes personal time with his family.