WHOLE 24 Reaches 1,000 Downloads 5 Days After Book Launch

April 14, 2014

In-home Care Provider Publishes Nutrition Guide, Whole 24, To Assist Seniors with Diet-Planning for Specific Diagnoses

(PRWEB) April 14, 2014

Whole 24™: A Guide to Optimal Health Through Diagnosis-specific Nutrition, an independently published nutrition guide by in-home care provider, 24Hr HomeCare, received over 1,000 downloads in its first 5 days on Amazon Kindle eBooks. Within the 5-day period, Whole 24™ secured the #7 spot in the popular Disorders & Diseases category, a growing list of 11,735 books.

Authored by Registered Dietitian, Alisa Dodds, and 24Hr HomeCare, Whole 24™ is the product of over a decade of experience working with patients living with a variety of ailments. Apart from individual downloads of the digital book, multiple senior centers have acquired copies of the book to add to their libraries of resources for the elderly.

“We experienced difficulties finding a straightforward guidebook on diet plans for illnesses prevalent among our seniors, so we created Whole 24™,” said owner and co-founder, Ryan Iwamoto.

“We are excited to see over 1,000 digital copies of our book downloaded, because it means that others are also seeing value in our material.”

Whole 24™ is a comprehensive nutrition and recipe book that offers a long-term approach to managing six common diagnoses, including Dementia, Renal Disease, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder, Diabetes, and Heart Disease. It includes detailed information on nutritional needs of individuals living with the above-mentioned diagnoses, and guides you through creating a diet plan that will help to alleviate disease symptoms and increase energy levels. In addition, the book comes with sections on vegetarian and kosher eating, as well as 24 delicious, diagnosis-specific recipes, such as Pecan Pesto Chicken, Baked Halibut with Tomato Basil Sauce, and Spinach Enchiladas with Green Tomatillo Salsa.

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