Investing In Your Health… You’ll Love The Returns

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Pub Date 07 May 2018 | Archive Date 31 Aug 2018

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This book examines current diets to help you make decisions about your eating style as well as taking a look at sleep patterns in association with our overall health. Health and physical education warrant a bigger role in our children’s overall health and well-being. One of the chapters is entitled: Games People Play, which focuses on games you played growing up. Will Shelton is deeply concerned that some neighborhoods, including parks are too violent for youth to play in. He presents some innovative ideas that can help curtail violence in neighborhoods.

“We need to bring back pride as a core value in some neighborhoods so youth have a vested interest in their respective neighborhoods, by creating jobs, safe parks and recreational centers, better teachers, principals, other school staff, school curriculum, mentorship programs, rites of passage programs, violence prevention programs, better training of police and dramatically stop how guns, drugs and other weapons enter neighborhoods.” ~Will Shelton

Will Shelton’s book Investing in Your Health... You’ll Love the Return is an insightful and innovative look at our personal health status and how we can improve it. It examines why we eat the foods we select. It answers the following questions and so much more:


What can we specifically do to defeat the #1 Killer of Americans using empirical data?

Is healthcare a right or privilege?

What are the factors that are affecting our health?

What cellular “Master Switch” can be turned on by eating the right kinds of foods to prevent diabetes, obesity, heart disease and other diseases?

How do you unlock the subconscious mind to health, wealth and contentment?

Why Financial Principles are a requirement for total health happiness?

Why is generational health and wealth a vital legacy, in terms of passing the Torch of Health and Wealth to this generation of youth?

How does the Glycemic Index help lower sugar intake?

How can Stress Busters techniques and activities help with stress?

You are a cornucopia of endless treasure. Now is the time to claim your treasure by Investing In Your Health... You'll Love the Returns!



Will Shelton is a husband, father, grandfather, brother, relative and friend. He also is a powerful believer in God and His Magnificent Creations. Will Shelton is a cancer survivor of over ten years who feels God has work for him. Will Shelton feels that part of that work is this book.

In his twenty five year career for the NY City Department of Education, he was a Health Teacher and Director of SPINS Program (Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program). Today he is retired.

In his retirement, Will Shelton found time to develop his love for writing. Shelton states: “I always had a love for learning, which started with God planting the learning seed in me. My parents, family, friends, and teachers watered that learning seed.” Shelton has earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Community Health Education from York College, Jamaica NY, a Master’s Degree in Health Education from Hunter College, NY, a Master’s Degree in School Counseling, LIU-CW Post, Long Island, NY, and an Advanced Certificate in Administration and Supervision (Ed.S.) from City College, NY.


Will Shelton has a Poetry book coming out soon, entitled: Inspiring Poems From My Soul, A Collection of Poems.

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Keywords: Health, Healthcare, Nutrition, Diet, Physical Education, Exercise, Fitness


This book examines current diets to help you make decisions about your eating style as well as taking a look at sleep patterns in association with our overall health. Health and physical education...

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Keywords: Health, Healthcare, Nutrition, Diet, Physical Education, Exercise, Fitness

Keywords: Health, Healthcare, Nutrition, Diet, Physical Education, Exercise, Fitness

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Umfassende Informationen zu verschiedenen Diäten, gesunden Verhaltensweisen und wie man das am besten anwendet. Jeder sollte sich mehr Gedanken machen, was er tut und was er isst. Abgerundet mit ein paar leckeren Rezepten und liebenswerten Zitaten.

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***3.5 STARS** Overall I liked the book; I particularly enjoyed that Will Shelton listed statistics and discussed current developments for most of the chapters' topics. However, I do feel that at times the book went slightly off topic. I liked that he included recommendations, such as the list of recommended of soul food cookbooks and that he included some websites. Particularly interesting was the part on the balance of omega-3 vs omega-6 required for optimal body function and its connection to inflammation in the body, as well as cholesterol. I also really enjoyed the chapter on sleep and the research reviewed on sleep deprivation. I tried out Shelton's recipe for Couscous With Vegetables, which was nice.

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Investing in your health... You will love the returns
Will Shelton
This book was sometime help but other times it would just go on about things I either didn't agree with or thought had nothing to do with health. The author has some great tips though and I learned a couple things I didn't know before.
I didn't like all the references to all the movies, songs, and games. He went on for five pages aboit games kids play and I didn't see how that helps me with my health.
There were also a lot of random stuff that didn't make sense and I don't think was necessary.
It was kind of fifty/fifty for me.

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