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  • Broché: 256 pages
  • Editeur : Missionday (2 janvier 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1939714028
  • ISBN-13: 978-1939714022
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Etrange petit livre... il est constitué d'un ensemble de banalités (il faut mieux manger, plus bouger, et mieux dormir) qui pourtant ne sont pas appliquées dans la vie de tous les jours.
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Changes You Really Can Make 29 août 2013
Par Rebecca Haden - Publié sur Amazon.com
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At this point, most of us probably know that we should eat right, move more, and sleep more. Making those needed changes? That's a lot harder than just knowing we should. Tom Rath knows a lot about health, wellbeing, and happiness. He also knows about the things that get in the way.

So here's a starting point: did you know that the extra minutes of sleep you get by hitting the snooze button aren't really restful at all? If you train yourself to get up as soon as the alarm sounds, you could go to bed 15 minutes earlier and get more real sleep. (I put an alarm clock app on my Kindle that makes me do math problems to stop the alarm, and by the time I do the math, I'm awake.) This is an easy change to make. All of us can do this. Will it cause us to get eight hours of restful sleep if we're still working 14 hour days or partying the night away? No. But it is an excellent starting point.

Make a lot of these small changes -- this book contains about 100 -- and it will add up. What's more, as Rath explains, each small positive change supports the others. Get a little more sleep and you'll have more energy to move and more willpower to make the right eating choices. Get up and walk whenever you take a phone call, and you'll be more productive, so you can cut back on work time and get more sleep, or at least enough extra time to have a healthy lunch instead of sitting at your desk eating something from the vending machine while you read memos.

It's easier to work toward eating, moving, and sleeping right all together than it is to go on a diet or to start an exercise program or to change your sleep schedule. This friendly, encouraging guide to current research and sensible practices will help you make positive changes in your life.

The book is well written, the claims are well supported, and the changes suggested are realistic and manageable.
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Exactly what I needed to read. 2 octobre 2013
Par InfoFish - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I remember hearing an NPR report one day that your morning workout was almost totally diminished by the fact that you (me) sit all day long. I remember kind of panicking about that and I thought of it often. And then I read this book and that is one of the central points - YOU ARE MEANT TO MOVE. One of the gigantic take-aways I got from this is that I NEED a desk around my treadmill. The author, Tom Rath, deals with a very rare genetic condition and he utilizes many basic "tricks" to engineer his environment - walking at 1.5 mph all day long is one of them. Okay, so I thought HOW do you read and walk on a treadmill?? Well, at 1.5 and even up to about 2 mph I can do that! Who knew!! Another fast take away I got from the book was the 20/2 rule. Again, deals with sitting at a corporate desk all day long - so if this does not apply to you - you're a bit luckier. Set a timer for 20 minutes and get up for 2 minutes. I modified this - 30/3. And let me tell you - the difference is thousands of steps (I wear a fitbit) a day. It is unbelievable. Now I am going to disclose entirely TMI - there have been days where I have sat soooo long in front of my monitors my butt goes numb and then hurts!! NO MORE! Now knowing exactly what damage I am doing by allowing myself to do this, all in the name of working ushered a change in my behavior - SO SIMPLE TO DO! I am up and walking a lap or two around my floor every 30 minutes. Okay, this is getting way too long - and you have to read the book because there is so much to apply - but Tom hammers on the importance of sleep - again - GUILTY - I regularly go 6 hours sometimes 3 hours (tracking everything with fitbit) - and you need 8++ hours to get the body repairing itself. That is going to be my new goal to work on. One fast read - TONS to apply - you will not be disappointed with this book. It is so darn practical and doable. Get it today, apply it tomorrow.
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I'm on the fence for this one. 8 septembre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Don't we all know by now that we should eat right, move more, and sleep better? Eat, Move, Sleep by Tom Rath supplies 100 or so tips on how to go about doing what we know we should do. In 30 short chapters, Rath covers a wide range of information concerning diet, exercise, and sleep. I like that he cautions people that all three facets work in unison, and to ignore one facet affects the other two. Just as the saying goes, exercise cannot compensate for a poor diet. Combating our sedentary lives is truly important. His advice about increasing protein while decreasing carbs and about the dangers of bread is spot on with updated dietary recommendations. There are some great health tips in the book as well as some not so great.

Selected statements are debatable. For example, modern nutritional advice is shifting away from the dangers of fat and focusing more on the dangers of carbohydrates. Cholesterol is also not the hot topic it once was. Try The Great Cholesterol Myth or The Great Cholesterol Con for more information. Research showing the dangers of coffee and caffeine are just as prevalent as the research showing the benefits of coffee. The research showing the link between processed meat and pancreatic cancer is iffy.

Rath makes an error in his statements in a few places such as his breakdown of the nutrients in a granola bar on pages 62-63, in which he writes, "Even the organic granola bars we had at home contained 30g of sugar, 23g of carbs, and mere 3g of protein." That cannot be correct. Sugar is carbs; thus, the number of carbs is always at least equal to the sugar grams, usually higher.

Overall, the book is worth the read, especially for those not aware of how to eat, move, or sleep well. My biggest issue with the book was its chaotic nature. I felt as if it jumped from topic to topic. I simply did not like the organization. I did, however, like the inclusion of the 30-day calendar of tips to change your life located in the back of the book. Give it a shot and see what you think.
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"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." Aristotle 8 octobre 2013
Par Robert Morris - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In a previous book, Wellbeing: The Five Essential Elements, co-authored with Jim Harter, Rath explains that in addition to their own research for this book, he and Harter consulted an abundance of research conducted by the Gallup Organization with which they are associated. Moreover, "Gallup assembled an assessment composed of the best questions asked over the last 50 years. To create this assessment, the Well-Being Finder, we tested hundreds of questions across countries, languages, and vastly different life situations."

They focus on five factors that are the currency of a life that is worthwhile: Career Well-Being, Social Well-Being, Financial Well-Being, Physical Well-Being, and Community Well-Being. (Note: In Spark: The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain, John Ratey explains why there is a direct and decisive correlation between a healthy lively body and a healthy lively brain. Those who have a special interest in this important subject are strongly urged to check out Ratey's book.) To the best of my knowledge, this is the first time someone has analyzed hundreds of Gallup's global surveys involving millions of respondents and correlated, indeed integrated what they reveal within a framework that embraces five major dimensions of human experience.

Rath's focus in Eat Move Sleep is on what any individual needs to know about how to improve their nutrition, increase their physical exercise, and sleep/rest more effectively. Based on a tsunami of research, Rath's recommendations are specific, realistic, and eminently doable. They involve incremental actions (I call them "baby steps") that can help achieve major results in those three separate but interactive dimensions of human life. This approach takes into full account the reasons why, at the conclusion of each calendar year, millions of people with the best of intentions commit themselves to resolutions that -- they believe -- will improve their mental, physical, and emotional health. And then, usually within the first three months of the New Year, these resolutions are abandoned.

I know of no one else who knows more about patterns of human behavior that reveal human strengths and weaknesses than does Rath. Most of the information, insights, and counsel in his previous volumes is provided within a workplace context. Note that in Wellbeing, three of the five factors are Career, Financial, and Community. I agree with him: "No matter how healthy you are today, you can take specific actions to have more energy and live longer. Regardless of your age, you can make better choices in the moment. Small decisions -- about how you eat, move, and sleep each day -- count more than you think." In fact, the sum of one's choices and habits determines one's life span and the quality thereof.

He invites his reader to test his program during a period of 30 days. "I've noticed that making better choices often becomes automatic after just a couple of weeks. However, it takes some initiative -- on your own, with a friend, or as part of a group -- to take the first step." Actually, reading and then re-reading this book is the first step. Then, accept the "Eat Move Sleep First 30 Days Challenge" (Pages 209-218) and stay the course. Long ago, Aristotle observed, "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." How simple it seems: "Eat right. Move more. Sleep better." That is difficult for most people. So, begin and then continue a series of small choices to complete small tasks.

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You may wish to check out the resources here:

1) Eat Move Sleep Plan (online functionality allowing readers to get their own personalized EMS Plan)

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2) Reference Explorer (over 400 references supporting ideas/advice in each chapter)

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Quality Information in an Easy to Consume Format 21 août 2013
Par Book Fanatic - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
Unfortunately this book does not have the Amazon "Search Inside" feature that allows you to preview a book's contents so I will try to help you understand how it is organized. The author breaks up his content into 30 chapters and each chapter has 3 topics so you end up with 90 pieces of advice on how to be healthy. The amounts to about 2.5 pages per topic. These 90 topics cover three major areas of health which are food ("Eat"), activity ("Move"), and sleep ("Sleep"). Each chapter summarizes the advice in three bullet points at the end and the end of the book has the summaries of all chapters included together. Thus for the breadth of information presented it is actually organized quite well.

The information is actually quite good and well supported with notes references scientific studies. The author Rath has some health problems himself and says he has been collecting this information for a decade or so and wanted to summarize it for others.

Obviously 2.5 pages per topic is not nearly enough to cover complicated information and complex variables but he does a very good job with the room he has. However this leads to a necessarily simplistic approach to many complex situations. Sometimes you cannot simply make declarations about which foods are good or not good in blanket statements. It depends upon many things. For example he doesn't think saturated fat is good for you but the latest scientific evidence shows that it is actually good for you in the right situations. The body is too complicated for some of his simplifications to be completely accurate.

However, for a broad overview it is very good. If everyone put only a portion of these nuggets into practice we would all be a lot healthier. If you are already a health nut, there is nothing new here but it can be inspiring to read these. I've started doing some things again I already knew about but had stopped doing.

I disagree with some of the content and thus can't give it a full five stars. However, I can easily recommend this good book for those who are looking for quick advice on what to do to be healthier. There are a lot of good nuggets inside. You can look for other sources for more in-depth information about anything you find worth pursuing.
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