Category Archives: health

Stay Fit For Life by Joshua Kozak

This is another DK books entry and it is just as fantastic as everything they publish. Ingeniously presented to make exercise fun, friendly, and easy to do – with full photographs that beautiful illustrate workouts and routines. More than just … Continue reading

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The Acne Anser by Marie Veronique Nadeau

The Acne Answer was a nicely designed but ultimately very frustrating read. In an exercise of form over function, I really didn’t get any of the answers I was looking for within the book. In trying to be everything to … Continue reading

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The Age Fix by Anthony Youn

I have read many books on this subject and finally found one that actually gives the entire picture in detail – a one-stop resource that is easy to read, use, and follow. Author Young breaks down each aging issue (from … Continue reading

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Eaternity by Jason Wrobel

Eaternity is a very earnest cookbook best suited for very dedicated vegans rather than those looking for an occasional vegan dinner. The recipes are divided by health benefit rather than type – making it a book one would use when … Continue reading

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Sleeping Your Way To The Top by Terry Cralle, W. David Brown

Sleeping Your Way To The Top is an easy to follow book that debunks quite a few sleep myths while providing the latest research and findings in the field. It is a bit light on the actual suggestions – though … Continue reading

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The Freedom Diet by Jessica Black

This is a tough review because I find myself with a very ambivalent reaction. On the one hand, the author is thorough, passionate, and definitely knows her subject matter. But the book is also dense, unfriendly, clinical, and overwritten. As … Continue reading

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The Diet Myth by Tim Spector

The Diet Myth can feel like a bit of a ramble until one recognizes that the author is talking about diet (nutrition) and not diet (weight loss). Author Spector (a geneticist) covers nearly every nutritional hot-topic right now – from … Continue reading

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