The revolutionary guide to re-thinking and combating stress from the bestselling author of The 4 Pillar Plan.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee is a pioneer in the emerging field of progressive medicine and is changing the way that we look at illness. He is known for finding the root cause of people's problems by taking a 360 - degree approach to health, which was highlighted in the first series of his ground-breaking BBC One TV show, Doctor in the House, which airs its second series this May. He is the resident doctor on BBC One's Breakfast, a regular commentator on BBC Radio and gave an inspirational TEDx talk on making diseases disappear. He writes for the Huffington Post, mindbodygreen and has a monthly column on lifestyle medicine in Top Sante. He regularly lectures on his subject at events and conferences around the world.
"Chatterjee ensures that both mind and body will be in superior
health after reading this prescriptive manifesto" -- Matthew
Walker, author of bestselling book Why We Sleep
"Rangan's new book is full of useful advice on how to stay calm and live a happier, more fulfilled life" -- Michael Acton Smith
"Life's constant pressures can get to much. This book will help you stay calm and sane in this chaotic, busy world" -- Amelia Freer, author of Cook. Nourish. Glow
"(This) simple health revolution looks set to become a 2018 bestseller" * The Telegraph on The 4 Pillar Plan *
"This new take on health and weight loss from TV doctor Rangan Chatterjee is the most sensible plan we've seen in a long time. Think of it as good housekeeping for the body..." * The Good Housekeeping on The 4 Pillar Plan *
"It's a simple concept" explains the author Dr Rangan Chatterjee, "but I really feel that it could transform people's lives". Having read it cover to cover, I do too: I'm giving it to at least six people" * The Mail on Sunday on The 4 Pillar Plan *
"Rangan presents a better year long frame work to encourage us all to take better care of our health all year round rather than embarking on short term deprivation diets and unsustainable assaults on the gym" * The Sunday Express on The 4 Pillar Plan *