New York Times Bestseller Frank Lipman, M.D., is at the vanguard of a revolutionary way to deliver medical care (O, The Oprah Magazine). A leading expert in the field of functional medicine, Dr. Lipman focuses on the root causes of illness and guides his patients to the deepest, most lasting sources of wellness. In this book, he and coauthor Danielle Claro make life-changing health advice available to all. Their book offers the cutting-edge secrets to optimal health in a stylish, lushly illustrated formata spoonful of beauty to help the wellness tips go down.The New Health Rules wades through the often contradictory information that bombards us daily and delivers more than 100 actionable tips that will improve every aspect of our healthbody, mind, and soul. Readers will learn simple rules for getting a good nights sleep, why a daily dose of sunlight is crucial, and which toxic cosmetics and kitchen products should be tossed. Here Lipman and Claro teach us which foods help prevent Alzheimers, why sugar is so destructive, and how to bring good bacteria into the digestive systemproviding an arsenal of easy-to-process tips and guidelines to make us stronger, healthier, and happier....
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The New Health Rules: Simple Changes to Achieve Whole-Body Wellness Reviews
This little book (borrowed from the library) can be read in one sitting. It reads like a list of Do's and Don'ts to achieve whole-body wellness from a functional medicine point of view. The author presents many solid, good directives in an easy to read and digest format. I mention this because many books on the subject are dense with information and can be off-putting to someone who doesn't have time or patience to slog through it. This is a good little reference book to refer back to occasional ...more
I bought this little book at Costco just yesterday, on an impulse. (there's goes my new year's resolution!) But I am not opposed to purchasing Resource books, ones that I will reference many times.
It is called the new manifesto for how to eat well, feel good and live long. I read it in 2 sittings today. It's glossy pages, beautiful photography and short concise advice on 5 main topics; Eating, Moving, Boosting, Healing & Living keep me turning the pages. Under each of these topics are clear ...more
This is an on-your-face do's and don'ts about eating, walking and living generally. There were good advice in there but it's not everyone's cup of tea.
Pretty straight forward book, loved the photography on it. Simple, easy to read book.
This book is okay... Pretty pictures, and it reads like a magazine. It delves a bit too much into the latest health fads, and it does not back up any of its statements with facts, which I approach with a bit of skepticism. I'd say this book would be better titled as "The New Health Inspiration: Non-Calendar Form" because that's what the book felt like to me: an inspirational calendar without the calendar.
I would recommend this book to someone who likes following the latest health fads or who nee ...more
I loved this book! It is a handy size that is full of wisdom- Easy to read, the author navigates through different topics with quick one page challenges. Each topic is detailed into 10-30 ideas some with beautiful photos to draw the reader in. The size and feel of the book are a delight and remind me of browsing through a health journal. It's a must have for your personal collection!
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I loved this little book, which you can read in a day. Nothing earth shattering but lots of little tips and reminders about how to live a healthy life. Sadly, I'm doing everything wrong! Beautiful images, too. It is a tad new-agey, but I live in Boulder so I'm used to ignoring that stuff.
This book is a very quick read. It has a lot of great basic information - drink more water, eat whole foods, get plenty of sleep, get sunshine, exercise, etc. Just good basic reminders on health. I only gave it three stars because it has a lot of that really vague health information like giving random names of chemicals in dish detergent or deodorant and saying they will harm you. Or that fluoride in water will mess with your hormones. Yet there are no citations given for any of this advice whic ...more