Sorted: The Active Woman's Guide to Health (Paperback)
  • Sorted: The Active Woman's Guide to Health (Paperback)

Sorted: The Active Woman's Guide to Health (Paperback)

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Paperback 256 Pages / Published: 06/04/2017
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A friendly, accessible handbook that gives you a top-to-toe MOT to help you stay fit and well. From wearing the right bra or exercising during your period, to recovering from illness or keeping active during pregnancy, Juliet's advice will soon have you sorted and on the road to health.

Juliet talks with you, not at you, and her enthusiasm for the joys of an active lifestyle is bound to inspire millions of women of all ages to lead healthier, fitter and much happier lives. - Lisa Jackson, author of Your Pace or Mine? What Running Taught Me About Life, Laughter and Coming Last

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9781472924797
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 544 g
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm

This is not your average health book ... McGrattan manages to combine a light hearted, fun tone, whilst addressing some serious health issues affecting women's lives whatever their age ... Peppered with case studies, funny anecdotes and diagrams, Sorted feels accessible for all. A bookshelf essential for every household. -- Anna Kessel
Sometimes you have to clear a few obstacles to keep running. Dr Juliet McGratten shows you how to smash through those walls * Women's Running *
A friendly, accessible handbook that offers all the advice you need to stay fit and well while exercising * Natural Lifestyle Magazine *
Juliet's a GP so you know you're getting really sound, evidence-based advice - but she talks with you, not at you, and in so doing her enthusiasm for the joys of an active lifestyle are bound to inspire millions of women of all ages to lead healthier, fitter and much happier lives. * Lisa Jackson; co-author of the best-selling beginners' running book Running Made Easy and author of Your Pace or Mine? What Running Taught Me About Life, Laughter and Coming Last *
an essential handbook to help women stay active and keep healthy. * Dr Andrew Murray; Sports and Exercise Medicine consultant and GP, University of Edinburgh, and endurance runner *
a must have resource. * Shona Thomson; adventure marathon runner *
Reading this book is like having a friend to talk to without going anywhere. You can read about all the embarrassing things that you may not even want to discuss with your best friend, in the comfort of your own home...I know this book will help, guide, encourage, and motivate you to be the best that you can be. I honestly wish I'd owned it years ago! * Nell McAndrew, mum, marathon runner (PB 2.54), co author of Nell McAndrew's Guide to Running *
Juliet breaks the health barriers that hold women back. There are no secrets, taboo topics, ridiculous demands or expectations here; instead a friendly guide to help give you joy for the rest of your life. Juliet's heart is determined to share, and share she does whether you need an answer to your dark questions or your lame excuses. She knows more than you do about yourself, too. She knows you have more spirit and capability than you can imagine. Enjoy the remarkable journey in these pages: find your soul, your strength, your fearlessness. Move. * Kathrine Switzer Athlete: first woman to officially enter and run the Boston Marathon; winner New York City Marathon. *
Juliet's book not only informs and inspires but it holds your hand through frankly the tougher parts of being a woman like pregnancy and PMS and makes you feel 'normal'. Engaging and supportive, this is a must-read for mamas everywhere. * Vicki Psarias; Founder of multi-award winning online lifestyle magazine *
Juliet is an incredibly enthusiastic, knowledgeable, passionate and inspiring advocate of sport and physical activity. She is an amazing role model to women everywhere who need their deepest, darkest questions answered honestly! * Kate Ahmadi-Khattir, Relationship Manager *
This is a book for normal women; women who are busy, tired, weighed down with work and kids. If you know you want to exercise more, be fitter or healthier but don't know where to start or who to ask then this is for you. Reading this book is like sitting down for a long chat with your friendly GP and the opportunity to ask every question you have, without feeling worried that it's a daft question or that you should know the answer already * Dr Charlotte Hattersley, GP, Physical Activity Champion & Sports and Mountain Rescue Doctor *
As a GP one of the commonest reasons for people not exercising is they find a reason not to. I think Sorted will help overcome many of these barriers with its combination of sensible advice and tips from an informed source. The addition of so many case histories and specialist advice means it's relevant to real people with real lives * Dr Kate Breckon, GP *
Dr Juliet McGrattan shares her love of exercise and provides inspiring reminders on why it's so good for you. If you've ever let body concerns stop you doing the activities you love, this handbook is full of great advice to empower you and spur you on * Top Sante Health & Beauty *
Sorted offers a wealth of advice on how to identify and manage common health issues... this book is a valuable guide * Health & Fitness *
[A] very handy guide full of so much information and useful tips for women who like to keep fit... [Juliet] has done an incredible job! * Fitness4mamas *
Sorted should be your first port of call and covers a whole range of important health issues * Women's Fitness *
Addresses every concern you could possibly have about female... It's one of those books you will find yourself dipping into more often than you thought for practical advice. * Athletics Weekly *
I found the book motivating, honest and informative... a helpful 'go to' guide for women. -- 15/1/18 * British Journal of Midwifery *
A fantastic text, well thought out with a broad readership. The book is relevant, extremely well presented and exudes the enthusiasm and encouragement the author wants to share with her audience. * Dr Judith A Holmes MB ChB, MRCGP, DFFP, GP, 2018 BMA Book Awards panellist *
Practical tips aplenty, encouraging self-help and a positive excellent resource for all women * British Journal of General Practice *

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