Naheed Ali’s Book on Diabetes Receives Rave Reviews

April 21, 2011 by  


dr AliIn this day and age, readers of all ages everywhere are looking at their quality of life, dietary habits, and physical issues linked to unrelenting diseases such as diabetes. Bestselling author Naheed Ali takes charge and counts on life-changing answers to help diabetics have a fruitful, better life in his brand new project titled ‘Diabetes and You: A Comprehensive, Holistic Approach.’

The objective is to raise knowledge and information concerning diabetes via this realistic guide book. The information is offered without any nonsense and utilizes a straight-to-the-point technique. The book also tells us how diabetes brews stress and how someone can tackle the illness in more ways than one.

In this remarkably thorough book, Dr. Ali brings up issues and provides genuine outtakes and useful findings for healthy living as a diabetes sufferer. Under his thoughts, fundamental concepts about the heart, mind, motivation, and everyday diet, affect the overall knock which diabetes has on our health. Additionally, he thinks diabetics should have a comprehensive idea about diabetes to stay away from further physical mishaps that this disease can bring to the table. The book serves up the steps one needs for churning up a healthy lifestyle to face diabetes the proper way, as the author is an avid supporter of the adage, ‘Prevention is quite better than cure.’

Naheed Ali, MD, is an author, speaker, and health advocate. His book, ‘Diabetes and You: A Comprehensive, Holistic Approach’ became the #1 diabetes book on Amazon.com recently. Ali has been quoted or heard on KDRO Radio Kansas City, Weight Watchers Magazine, Star Magazine, Atlanta Business Chronicle, Fox News, Dallas Morning News, MSN Health, WVON Radio Chicago, AOL News, and others.

Dr. Ali received a Biology degree from Adelphi University and went on to earn his M.D. in 2008. He published a refereed medical journal article at 23, and now pens books with detailed health information that normally remains unresolved, often interpreted on his own hard knock experiences.

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