I'm a natural health author by accident. By accident? “Tragedy Turns Fatty Boy Into Health Author” For 18 months, Alex Ong, has been in and out of the Helen M. Plum Memorial Library trying to fulfill an emotional goal. Alex is not a nutritionist. He was “just” obese for 20 years and his nickname was Fatty Boy. At the young age of 25, his cholesterol was at a dangerously high level of 288. After many years of "yo-yo" dieting, he finally developed a way (5 Color Belts' Eating Formulas) to get rid of his unwanted pounds and lowered his cholesterol to 168, naturally.
He began writing down the tips that helped him improve his health. This tips served as a reminder to himself to stay healthy for his wife and children. Sadly, on September 1st of 2006, Alex lost his father to a sudden massive heart attack – it drove him to turn his notes into a natural health book called “Mind Your Own Wellness.”
Alex hopes that we can all live our healthiest and best. His book is written in memory of his father, Ong Choon Lee and is dedicated to all lovers of health. Start eating healthier today and live your longest and best, for yourself and your loved ones. Best Wishes! Reviews: Mind Your Own Wellness is simple and to the point! Highly recommended for all seeking better health. --Dr. John Gray: Author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus Most people are digging their graves with their mouths. Alex Ong teaches you the completely opposite -- how to live your life with vitality, perfect health and total fulfillment. --Peggy McColl: New York Times Best-Selling Author of Your Destiny SwitchMind Your Own Wellness makes sense. It is straightforward and easy to read. Put it to work. --Patricia Bragg, N.D., Ph.D. (Daughter of Paul C. Bragg, N.D., Ph.D. - Originator of Health Food Stores)
This book shows you how and what to eat so you have more energy and vitality. You will learn how to lose weight, feel great, and look good! --Brian Tracy: International Speaker, Author of Flight Plan
What I love about Alex's plan is that you start slow and build up to more healthy habits as you master the easy ones. That is really important in any self-help program. --Cathy Goodman, Ph.D.: Fibromyalgia Patient Activist Mind Your Own Wellness is one of the better health/diet/nutrition books I have read in a long time. It makes real sense, the methods are easy enough, the healthy lifestyle recommended is simple if you truly want to be well...and the book is as entertaining as it is easy to read! --Jack Ong (no relation to author): Actor-Writer-Activist; voice performer in such audiobooks as The Art of Profitability, Rich Dads Success Stories and Louis L Amours The Diamond of Jeru.
This book is great for anyone who has experienced yo-yo dieting. Alex Ong explains how our thoughts could affect what and how we eat. He opens up a new door for anyone who is willing to take control of his or her Inner Junky (Junk Food) Voice. --Dr. Joe Vitale: Co-author of The Secret, Author of The Attractor Factor and The Key