Wellness Books

Wellness Books

 

When was the last time you got immersed in a wonderful book? Whether it’s been more than a year since your last visit.

Reading has neurological and behavioral advantages in addition to the pleasures of learning something different. Stress reduction, mental relaxation, enhanced memory, and improved concentration are only a couple of the immediate effects, according to research.

If you like reading about fitness and wellbeing in particular, then our collection of books to keep you satisfied and safe is for you.

You’ll find a book for you below if you’re involved in physical, emotional, or spiritual fitness.

Good luck with your reading!

Make a list of these 10 health and wellness books to read:

 

  1. Passionate Nutrition: A Guide to Using Food as Medicine from a Nutritionist Who Healed Herself from the Inside Out

By Jennifer Adler, Jess Thomson

 

Jennifer Adler, a nutritionist, tells her heartbreaking yet inspirational tale of growing up in poverty and how long-term trauma and hunger affected her early on. She discovered how to cure herself of the inside out through diet and she was eager to pursue a road to recovery.

She now serves as a nutritionist, aiding people in finding their healthiest self and the value of feeding right. This novel, which is part biography and part safe food guide, inspires readers to develop healthy eating behaviors that will last a lifetime.

 

  1. How Successful People Think.

By John C. Maxwell 

 

With this brief, quick read, the New York Times bestselling author inspires optimistic thought. It’s a book on, well, thought. It addresses everything from practicing unselfish thinking to harnessing innovative thinking. In this book, readers can find motivational quotations and tips about how to act like a good individual.

 

  1. The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance.

By Tom Brady 

 

Even if you aren’t a supporter of the Patriots, you can’t argue that Tom Brady is in excellent health. Brady runs with the pace and precision of a far younger competitor, considering his age. He describes his commitment to long-term wellness in this book, which includes illustrated pages of his daily stretching and exercise routines. This #1 New York Times bestselling book also features Brady’s favorite non-inflammatory recipes.

 

  1. The Wellness Project: How I Learned to Do Right by My Body, Without Giving Up My Life

By Phoebe Lapine

 

After being diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder in her twenties, food writer Phoebe Lapine reveals her experience of discovering her balanced equilibrium in this memoir. This book is for autoimmune disease sufferers as well as others who choose to attain optimal fitness in their special way. Lapine outlines her 12 lifestyle directives, which include cutting out calories and exploring her metaphysical side, in the hopes of inspiring readers to learn what helps them feel good as well.

 

  1. The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing

By Marie Kondo 

 

It’s been said that a clean world equals a calm mind. Marie Kondo, a Japanese cleaning consultant, takes readers on a tour through her KonMari Method for decluttering, simplifying, and organizing home spaces. Learn how to find out what things offer you real joy and which ones don’t, as well as how to get rid of your clutter piles for good. Cleaning out your house, workplace, and other places you’ve been avoiding for the last decade can bring you inner peace with this book.

 

  1. Judgment Detox: Release the Beliefs That Hold You Back from Living A Better Life

By Gabrielle Bernstein  

 

Follow the six-step plan outlined in this book and adapt each step to your everyday life to experience mental release. Each move builds on the previous one to assist readers in letting go and allowing thoughts of discomfort, misery, and judgment to fade away. Spiritual concepts from many outlets, including tapping, Kundalini meditation, praying, philosophical lessons, and more, are gathered in the book’s teachings. After reading and observing the lessons, the author promises that readers will spread joy and “live a miraculous existence.”

 

  1. Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less

By Greg McKeown

 

This book is for you if you’ve ever questioned how to submit yourself to receive your life’s greatest reward. This book does not offer a time management plan or a slew of new-age productivity hacks. Instead, it provides a “systematic discipline” for determining what is most important in one’s existence. McKeown’s main aim is for readers to realize where they can spend their time and resources to fulfill their maximum potential.

 

  1. The Secret

By Rhonda Byrne 

 

This novel, which is based on the 2006 feature-length film of the same name, is for those who believe in creating their fates. The “Secret” is unveiled in the pages, along with how to adapt it to all facets of your life to accomplish just what you desire for your wellbeing, relationships, success, and more. This book’s insight would be insightful, encouraging, and stimulating to readers who want to delve further into their strengths and untapped potential. Looking for a book that can challenge you both intellectually and spiritually? This is the one.

 

  1. How Not to Die: Discover the Foods Scientifically Proven to Prevent and Reverse Disease

By Dr. Michael Greger 

 

The founder of NutritionFacts.org discusses the leading 15 causes of mortality in the United States, including elevated blood pressure, stroke, asthma, and more. Dr. Greger, who is also a diet consultant, discusses how dietary and lifestyle interventions may also be a safer choice for avoiding and reversing illnesses than treatment and/or pharmaceutical drugs. Dr. Greger not only does in-depth analysis, but he also provides a checklist of the 12 items that can be consumed every day for better wellbeing.

 

  1. 10% Happier

By Dan Harris 

 

This book takes you on a trip from the eyes of a yoga skeptic. Dan Harris, co-anchor of Nightline, talks about suffering a panic attack on national television and how he allowed himself to calm down and think. Along with Harris’s account, this book also contains neuroscience information on how meditation strengthens the human mind and spirit in many ways.

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