From celebrated dietitian Ashley Koff and fitness trainer to the stars Kathy Kaehler comes Mom Energy, an exciting new way for moms to tap into their own natural and renewable sources of energy to overcome fatigue and achieve their personal health goals. Koff and Kaehler have put together a safe, sensible, flexible, and most importantly, effective program for moms of any age – whether their kids are in nappies or heading off to college.
While being a mom is undeniably rewarding, it's also one of the most physically demanding and stressful activities in modern society. In fact, one of the most common complaints from mothers is that they simply don't have the energy to do everything they want, which means they end up sacrificing one thing (usually their own health) to accomplish another. But these sacrifices aren't necessary if you follow some simple guidelines and avoid secret energy saboteurs.
With discussions that cover everything from nutrition to fitness to time management, Koff and Kaehler lay out a three-part program (reorganize, rehab and recharge) that can be moulded to any lifestyle to help moms naturally up their energy levels. And with this enhanced energy, they will get all sorts of other unexpected benefits, including a stronger immune system, easier weight loss and even better relationships. Mom Energy will teach readers what will help and what will hurt in their quest for optimum energy.
The perfect gift to share, this inspirational book is for your mother and your daughter, for your sister and your best friend . . . and for the new mother and the mother caring for her children while caring for her mother. It is for the mother who works all day and comes home to work all night . . . and for the mother who helps other mothers. And . . . it is for the woman who never gave birth but mothers all of those she loves. But most of all . . . this book is for you!
The title The Lives Our Mothers Leave Us encapsulates what this book by Patti Davis is about. No matter what a woman achieves in her life, no matter how old she gets or whether or not she herself becomes a mother, she is always and forever a daughter.