BOOKSHELF

Below are some of my favorite health and wellness books that have helped me learn and grow during my health journey! Follow me on Goodreads for more inspiration!

Integrative Nutrition by Joshua Rosenthal was one of my favorite books. I might be biased since I graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition but I felt as though my mindset and life changed after reading this book and attending IIN. If you’re looking for a lifestyle makeover, this book is for you. Topics such as crowding out, dietary theories, energy of food, and macrobiotics are various topics discussed in this book.undefined


Girl, Wash your Face by Rachel Hollis was such a humbling, inspiring, and woman empowering book out there. I did place a hold on this book months ago, and when it came into my life it came at the perfect time. It strengthened me as a Christian woman and gave me courage to be able to talk about my imperfections. Praise to Rachel Hollis for creating such a wonderful inspiring book for women out there.

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Gut by Giulia Enders was one of my favorite books about gut health. As you may know I graduated from an advanced nutrition course about learning about the gut and how to heal it naturally. This book helped greatly. Giulia writes in such an educational and real style that you can follow with what she is talking about. Highly recommend if you want to learn more about the gut itself or want to figure out what is happening to you if you suffer from gut issues.

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Eat Pretty by Jolene Hart was one of the first books I read before I discovered the health and wellness world. It was gifted to me and I honestly loved the cute cover. After reading the book it made total sense about eating locally within each season and explaining why we need to eat locally per season. Jolene is a graduate of IIN so I know the ripple effect is happening out there

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Skin Cleanse by Adina Grigore was an eye opening book about modern skin care products and how they can affect your skin, hormones and overall health. Added bonus of skin care recipes inside to feed your beautiful skin. Adina also graduated from IIN and loves spreading the joy of health and wellness

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Eat Dirt by Dr. Josh Axe changed my mindset completely on the issue of leaky gut. I didn’t realize how leaky gut effects 80% of our population! That’s a lot of people! It is a very scientific and informative book but let me tell you, I listened to this book in an audio format and learned so much about how I can heal my own gut.

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