America Tonight with Kate Delaney features Kourosh Naziri (Cyrus), author of the book “A Journey to UltraDimensions.”
In this interview, Kate Delaney talks with Kourosh Naziri, former World Bank employee and Electronics Lecturer at the NVCC College in Virginia. Naziri, who’s an avid fan of the sci-fi genre, talks about his book “A Journey to UltraDimensions” as well as his inspiration and aspirations for the book (as well as his other book “A Proper Weight Loss Program and Improving Health: Using the Latest Science and Technology Concepts”). His official pen name is “Cyrus”.
A little introduction about Kourosh
I’m currently working on an electronic device that determines if a person is sick or not based on saliva – although it’s not done deal yet, as it’s still in the research and development stage. I love writing books, and I’ve received multiple five-star reviews and compliments from many professional reviewers. I’ve seen practically every Star Trek film, as I’m highly passionate about science fiction.
What Kourosh wants his readers to take away from reading his book
Basically, in appearance, it’s a following-based adventure spiked with a touch of comedy and romance. I want to talk about some messages that I try to tell through my book. In “A Journey to UltraDimensions,” we (mankind) expand ourselves into space. I think that space exploration is a very good thing to do – however, I want to give a cautionary hint. There are lots of monsters around, and these two planets in my book want to kill. They have a rule that if they bother with exterminating a planet, that planet is theirs, by rule of savages. They’re a savage planet. I want to say that space exploration is good but must be done with caution.
About his other book “A Proper Weight Loss Program and Improving Health: Using the Latest Science and Technology Concepts”
This weight loss and health improvement guide tell readers how to reduce blood pressure, cholesterol, and all of that through diet and exercise. It has been praised by multiple reviewers and received many compliments. Basically, it’s a compilation of rules and principles based on modern concepts to achieve weight loss and improve overall health – that’s the gist of the book.
The implications of his wellness guide in the context of the holiday season
This book is based on thirty years of research rather than being written on (a) whim. It talks about principles. Over the holidays, we commonly have moments of overeating and overconsumption – and that’s okay, but you have to make up for it. In other words, the next day, make an extra fifteen or twenty minutes to burn off the calories. Regular diet and exercise are enough – I specified how much the average person should eat per meal in terms of protein and such. Dieting in terms of starvation is a no-no in my book. By no means should you starve yourself, that’s a mistake – one that could potentially add weight rather than reduce it. Some say that diet and exercise does not help them lose weight – but why could that be? This is because the body takes time to get used to the routine. You have to keep at it – even if it seems as if you’re getting nowhere. It’s not a fast process – it’s a gradual one. Keep going until you see results – it may take seven to ten days to actually see results. Over the holidays, I don’t mind the occasional extra eating – it’s possible, but should be made up for the next day with diet and exercise.
For more information about Kourosh Naziri’s critically-acclaimed book “A Journey to UltraDimensions, visit his book’s Amazon page here at https://www.amazon.com/Visions-Dreams-They-Communication-Just/dp/1543999611. His book “A Proper Weight Loss Program and Improving Health: Using the Latest Science and Technology Concepts” can be purchased here on his official website https://cyrus21century.com/. This radio interview was made possible by ReadersMagnet’s book marketing services. Visit our official website: https://www.readersmagnet.com