• Maria Borelius

    maria borelius is a prizewinning science journalist and author to several popular science books about medicine and health.

    She’s currently a columnist for Dagens Industri, the biggest daily financial newspaper in Sweden; as well as working as an advisor for several scientific institutions, pharmaceutical- and tech companies globally and the founder of Ester, an organization supporting marginalized immigrant women.

    Maria has previously worked as a science journalist and editor for the evening news “Rapport” on Swedish national public TV, and was the editor and anchor of the largest science program Nova for many years. She produced numerous TV-programs on popular science, such as Giving Birth which got record audiences. In 2006, she was an Elected Member of Parliament and Minister of Trade in Sweden.

    Her published works include Sedan du fött (translated into German, Norwegian and Danish), Motboken with fellow author Marie Bloom, Bryt sista tabut about mental health stigma, and her newest title The Health Revolution – The Quest For an Anti-inflammatory Lifestyle.

  • The Health Revolution – The Quest For an Anti-inflammatory Lifestyle

    Maria Borelius was 52 when she started feeling tired, old and dispirited. She suffered from severe back pains, premenopausal problems and a general feeling of decline and melancholia. That was the start of a four-year journey where she slowly began to unravel a new anti-inflammatory lifestyle which came to transform her life. The pain disappeared, the depression lifted and she began to feel her best for many years.

    She began to travel around the world – to California, Toronto, Kerala, Lund, London, Addis Abeba, Copenhagen and Stockholm – to meet researchers, fitness professionals and gurus at this fascinating forefront of science and she soon began to put together a totally new picture of how low degree inflammation affects our health, lurking behind both ageing and our most common widespread afflictions – obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer and poor mental health.

    With help from the most recent emerging science on anti-inflammatory processes and simple, everyday tools, the author shows readers the way to a better and stronger version of ourselves.

    The Health Revolution is a page-turning tale of a woman’s journey on two levels - a personal journey towards a better life and a knowledge journey to discover new truths about lifestyle and deep health – the book is as enthralling as it is useful, with several aha-moments and simple cures, recipes and tips on how to start your new brighter life. This is Eat Pray Love in a health version.

    • Original Title |
      Hälsorevolutionen - vägen till en anti-inflammatorisk livsstil
    • Pages |
      342
    • Publishing Year |
      2018
    • Available Material |
      English Sample
    • Rights Sold |
      DEN | NOR | FIN
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