Nutritional Leverage for Great Golf

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Nutritional Leverage for Great Golf
Square One Publishers


4.3 X 6.8 in
152 pg

$9.95 Paperback
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By:  Nina Anderson
Howard Peiper
Cherie Tripp
Neil Orenstein (Edited by)


Tips to lower your golf score with food and supplements that can improve stamina, control tempter, and increase your concentration. Special chapters for women and seniors. Bonus travel and health sections. 


Author Biography

Nina Anderson is a licensed pilot and professional writer. After graduating from Monmouth College, Ms. Anderson embarked on a career in aviation that would span over forty years. With her experience in flying both commercial airline and corporate planes, Ms. Anderson has written several exciting books on aviation including The Backseat Flyer and Eliminating Pilot Error! The Final Step in Flight Training. Ms. Anderson lives in Massachusetts and still loves to fly airplanes. -

Howard Peiper, ND, is a doctor of naturopathic medicine. While beginning his career in optometry, he was immediately drawn to the field of alternative health. In 1972, he received his degree in Naturopathy. After a decade in private practice, Dr. Peiper moved on to become a successful consultant, speaker, and writer. Over the years, his cutting-edge articles have appeared in numerous medical journals and magazines. He also serves on the medical advisory board for several nutritional companies. Dr. Peiper has written several bestselling titles including The ADD & ADHD Diet! and New Hope for Serious Diseases. He is a frequent guest speaker on radio and television and has hosted his own shows including the award-winning TV show, Partners in Healing. Currently, Dr. Peiper lives in Southern California and continues to travel and lecture throughout the world.


Cherie Tripp has consulted as a production, marketing, and media specialist to broadcast, new media, governments, and Fortune 500 companies all over the world. Her love of golf began at age six when she won several junior club championships. She has enjoyed sampling golf courses on many continents. She recently founded Celebration House, a not-for-profit corporation. 


Contributing Editor Neil Orenstein, PhD, was formerly affiliated with the Massachusetts General Hospital and Beth Israel Hospital (Harvard Medical School) in Boston. Dr. Orenstein maintains a private practice in Nutritional Biochemistry where he works with people to reestablish their biochemical balance.