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The Ripple Effect
Sleep Better, Eat Better, Move Better, Think Better
Live Better, Not Harder
In his new book, Dr. Greg Wells offers concrete strategies on how to get better and stay better—not just for a few weeks or a few months, but for life. Optimal well-being is obtained through a commitment to the “holy trinity” of healthy living—eating better, moving better, sleeping better. Together these lead to peak performance and exponential improvements in your health.
With tremendous insight into the physiology of the human body and the reasons mankind has evolved the way it has, The Ripple Effect exposes exercise and diet myths, inspiring you and leading you on a clear path to achieving a health and fitness transformation. With small—and very achievable—daily changes in your life, you'll see the incredible effects of aggregate gains that elite athletes know.
You'll learn how:
- Sleep controls the hormones that regulate hunger and appetite
- An hour of exercise can turn a B grade into an A
- Muscular meditation helps reduce stress and decrease symptoms of depression and anxiety
- Watermelon decreases muscle soreness after a workout
Sleep better and you’ll eat better. Eat better and you’ll move more. And if you move more, you’ll sleep better and ultimately think and feel better. This is the ripple effect of good health and high performance. And it’s also why you don’t have to make major changes or sacrifices in your life: with an improvement of just 1% in your sleeping, eating, exercising, or thinking habits, you’ll see dramatic results. With Greg’s easy-to-follow strategies and tips, you can harness the power of the ripple effect and start living better—not just for a few weeks or months, but for life.
A fascinating look at the power of simple changes to transform your health and performance, drawing on Wells' world-class scientific and athletic expertise.
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"Toronto physiologist Greg Wells’s new book, The Ripple Effect, makes lofty promises, pledging that we can Sleep Better, Eat Better, Move Better, Think Better. A superachiever himself (Ironman, PhD, researcher at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Kids and professor at the University of Toronto), Wells nevertheless tempers those assertions by sticking to a simple message in the book, in stores April 4. It’s okay to dream big, but start small. Peppered with “1 per cent tips,” Wells advocates staying focused on micro-improvements (using spices, not sauces, to cut calories; walking 15 minutes a day to potentially lower risk of breast and colon cancer 24 to 40 per cent). “Microchanges are sustainable forever,” he says. “When they add up over time, it’s like compound interest for your body and mind." The Globe and Mail, April 4, 2017
"You know those days when you don’t get enough sleep, so you decide to skip the gym and then you end up eating nothing but garbage for the rest of the day? We’ve all been there. Greg Wells, author of The Ripple Effect, shows that there are ways we can make small changes to our sleeping, eating, exercising and thinking habits that can transform our health for life." CTV The Social, April 4, 2017
"A fascinating look at the power of simple changes to transform your health and performance, drawing on Wells' world-class scientific and athletic expertise." Alex Hutchinson, Ph. D., author of Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights?
Here is the link to an article Flare wrote about The Ripple Effect! Click here to go to the article. Flare Magazine
Greg Wells on how ‘microchanges’ can make a major difference. Click here to go to the article. The Globe and Mail