Six Tried and Tested Health and Wellness Books

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If you’re reading this article, then chances are you’re curious about how to improve your fitness or nutrition. Knowledge is power when it comes to making positive shifts to daily routines, and the following six health and wellness books will give you the information you need to implement changes for a more fulfilled life. Covering everything from working out for just 20 minutes a day to the science behind sugar, the books you need for the ‘Health’ section of your home library are here. And the best part is we’ve already read them all, highlighting the key elements to take away from each book. We love the phrase, “you do you”, and these books each contain lessons both big and small to help you learn more about your mind and body.

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Primal Endurance

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Primal Endurance

Mark Sissan

Mark Sissan’s newest book promises to turn readers into ‘fat-burning beasts’ by changing up their fitness and eating routines. He argues that the current obsession with endurance training and ‘chronical-cardio’ promotes carbohydrate dependency, overly stressful lifestyle patterns, and ultimately burnout. By applying primal lifestyle principles to unique challenges and adopting his intuitive approach to training you can expect to lose fat, avoid injury and enjoy a whole host of other benefits.

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 The First 20 Minutes

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The First 20 Minutes

Gretchen Reynolds

Gretchen Reynolds focuses on training smarter and living longer in this short and snappy read. If you hate slogging away for hours in the gym, or the thought of running a marathon makes you physically sick, then this New York Times bestseller is for you. Reynolds explains why 20-minutes of cardio is all you need, and why chocolate milk is better than Gatorade for recovery. (We’re taking that last tip with a pinch of salt!)

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You Can Heal Your Life

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You Can Heal Your Life

Louise Hay

The Australian media has dubbed metaphysical self-help educator Louise Hay “the closest thing to a living saint,” and more than 30 million copies of her book You Can Heal Your Life have sold globally. Through Hay’s work, countless people worldwide have realized their full potential and changed their lives for the better. Even Oprah Winfrey is a huge fan!

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Stephen R. Covey

The popularity of Stephen R. Covey’s book knows no bounds, with presidents, CEO’s and business leaders being avid followers. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People lays out a simple framework for personal effectiveness, helping readers to realize their full potential at work and at home. In a nutshell, Covey believes a person’s character is a collection of habits that can be changed and perfected through knowledge, skill and desire. In order to change a situation, we must change our habits, and consequently the way we see the world.

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The Sleep Revolution

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The Sleep Revolution

Arianna Huffington

In 2007, sleep-deprived media maven Arianna Huffington collapsed at her desk and broke her cheekbone. It is believed that one in three Americans don’t get enough sleep, and this book explains why we all need to take hitting the hay much more seriously. Huffington explores the latest science behind why we dream, the controversial sleeping-pill industry and how lack of sleep can harm our lives. We’ll be taking this book to bed with us!

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T. Colin Campbell and Thomas M. Campbell II

This million-selling American book is revered as a bible for long-term health and weight loss. The China Study explains the relationship between a meat/dairy-based diet and chronic illnesses, while also shedding light on healthy foodstuffs that should be embraced. We’re all about balance at Chōsen so while we feel that many of the scientific studies in this book offer great insights we believe in getting our nutrients from a wide variety of food groups. 

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WellnessChosen Team