Make The Wright Choice and learn how to survive those forty-hour work weeks, two-hour commutes, carpools, school conferences, and never ending lists of commitments.
Americans know they should be healthy, but making health a priority often falls last on the to-do list for today’s average family.
Parents are working full-time, juggling kids’ hectic schedules and managing their money to save for the future.
Many families are trying to eat what they think is healthy but all too often settle for the drive-through at a fast food chain because it’s easier than making a balanced meal at home.
When it comes to exercise, mom and dad belong to a gym but by the time they get home, get the kids fed, bathed, and finished with homework, it’s time for everyone to go to bed. Sound familiar?
The Wright Choice is an easy-to-understand “Self-Help” book for Americans who know they should be healthy but don’t think they can fit it into their busy schedules, and aren’t really sure what being healthy means.
The Wright Choice is the modern American family’s one-stop shop for overall good health, written especially for busy moms and dads who need some practical guidance on how to make health not only achievable but realistic.
You may be asking, who has time to eat healthy foods and exercise? And who can afford pricey organic, fresh foods anyway?
You can, according to Randy Wright, MD and his co-author David Tabatsky.
“We all know we should make healthier choices,” Dr. Wright explains. “But we don’t necessarily make it a priority. Sometimes it feels like we can’t make it our first choice.
Staying fit and eating well seems to fall through the cracks.” Moms and dads with hectic schedules are the norm right now; this pragmatic guide to good health is written especially for them.
“We want to help them achieve their goal of staying fit without sacrificing work and personal goals.”
The secret is locked inside our brains, Dr. Wright says. “I wanted to explore the psychology of why we think about being healthier but don’t actually do it.
To succeed, we have to completely change the way we think about food and the role exercise plays in our lives.
Then you’re open for an ‘ah-ha’ moment: just as you shouldn’t start planning for retirement a mere five years before you stop working, you shouldn’t start living healthy only when something goes wrong.”
Dr. Wright’s long medical career is the background for the guide’s comprehensive overview on healthy living.
The Wright Choice offers an explanation of fats and how they affect our bodies. From fats to a fascinating account of why Americans just can’t seem to put down the Twinkies, the truth about food is revealed and medical myths debunked in The Wright Choice.
The financial advantages of physical fitness are outlined in The Wright Choice, and an affordable easy-to-follow fitness routine to use at home is included.
“The rules we’ve developed work as personal mantras,” Dr. Wright continues. “Protecting your family and your own health are goals that should be taken to heart.”
Making The Wright Choice even more compelling are the testimonials included by Dr. Wright and his co-author.
Ordinary people have found success in their health, diets and pocketbooks by following Dr. Wright’s simple regimen, including tasty, easy recipes.
The Wright Choice: Your Family’s Prescription for Healthy Eating, Modern Fitness and Saving Money is available for sale online at Amazon.com and other channels.
For more information visit www.TheWrightChoiceRx.com
With a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Xavier University of Louisiana, a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, a medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine, an internship at Louisiana State University, a residency at Baylor College of Medicine and a fellowship at their Department of Neurology.
Dr. Wright currently serves as the Medical Director of two centers in Houston, the Conroe Regional Neurovascular Stroke Center and the Stroke Care Unit at Health South Rehabilitation Hospital in the Woodlands, Texas.
Dr. Wright enjoys golf, jogging with his family, and says, “I live my life according to Philippians 4:13.
DAVID TABATSKY was born in Pennsylvania and spent his formative years in New England. He attended Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, completing his Bachelor’s Degree, cum laude, with studies in film, television and radio—as well as theatre and dance.
As a journalist, David has contributed articles and columns to the Sesame Street Workshop, Parenting magazine and The Forward. Some of his editorials appear online at Associated Content.