Whole Person Integrative Eating Wins International Book Competition
By: Deborah Kesten, MPH
Sponsored by Literary Excellence Incorporated, Book Excellence Awards is an international book awards competition dedicated to providing authors from all genres and backgrounds the opportunity to showcase their work on a global platform. With more than 700 submissions for this year's competition, judges chose winning books based on writing and design quality and appeal to readers and the book-buying market.
"I'm honored to win this award," said author and nutrition researcher Deborah Kesten. "With coronavirus concerns right now, many people are looking for ways to stay healthy and increase their immunity. WHOLE PERSON INTEGRATIVE EATING gives readers health-filled foods and recipes, but also in-depth insights into how to eat to de-stress, cut carb-cravings, and emotional eating—other smart immune-boosting steps we can all take."
WHOLE PERSON INTEGRATIVE EATING is the result of more than 25 years of research by Kesten and behavioral scientist Larry Scherwitz, PhD. It is a science-backed program for halting, even reversing overeating, overweight, and obesity. The book accomplishes this by inviting readers to take a quiz so they can discover their seven root causes of overeating and weight gain and the antidotes: the practical yet simple and evidence-based solutions in the Whole Person Integrative Eating program described throughout the book (White River Press: February 2020).
For more information, visit www.integrativeeating.com. WHOLE PERSON INTEGRATIVE EATING is available through online book retailers.
About the Authors
Deborah Kesten, MPH is an international nutrition researcher, award-winning author, and medical and health writer, with a specialty in preventing and reversing obesity, heart disease, and other diet-related chronic conditions. Her research on Whole Person Integrative Eating has been published in peer-reviewed medical journals.
Larry Scherwitz, PhD received his doctorate in Social Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin and trained in psychophysiology at Harvard Medical School. His research has been published in many medical journals including The Lancet, Journal of the American Medical Association, and Psychosomatic Medicine.
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