Brainless Health Book Celebrates World Book Night With Timely Health Tips for Everyone
ATLANTA, April 23, 2020 (Newswire.com) - John Patton’s brand new book, Brainless Health, is now available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, just in time to celebrate World Book Night on April 23. Brainless Health is the first book of its kind that cuts through the medical jargon of health to deliver a frank and fun conversation about rock-solid health habits that can become as brainless as brushing your teeth.
“There is no better time than during a global quarantine to take stock of your own health and begin doing truly simple things to build your immune system and reduce your risk of preventable illnesses,” says Patton, who has worked with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for the last ten years.
As the Executive Director of the ProVention Health Foundation and the Director of Program Relations at the National Association of Chronic Disease Directors, Patton has witnessed the need for realistic, attainable behavior change when it comes to health.
“Every other book on health requires you to learn new words, weigh your food, track your steps or prepackage your meals. It’s just not sustainable and it requires way too much thinking,” says Patton.
Today, on World Book Night, families are encouraged to read together and Brainless Health prescribes ways that every family member can improve their health. Patton writes about the need to surround oneself with like-minded individuals who are working toward better health and nothing provides that opportunity better than a family.
World Book Night is a national celebration of reading and books that takes place on April 23 every year. From libraries to local businesses to health organizations, families and individuals celebrate the difference that reading makes in peoples’ lives.
To request an interview with Brainless Health author, John Patton, you may email him at email@example.com or call him at 770-634-3007.
Source: Book Author, John Patton