Spring Reading…two of my favorite things


This blog was originally posted on the Institute for Integrative Nutrition Blog – but I thought it was/is worth sharing!

Spring is always a great time for rebirth, reinvention, and discovery. This spring, we’re looking at the best ways to improve our health and happiness with new books from some of our favorite wellness experts.

Here are four inspiring wellness books to help you kick off spring!

  • The Healing Self

This highly anticipated book was written by Deepak Chopra, MD, and Rudolph E. Tanzi, PhD – the pair also collaborated on Super Brain and Super Genes – and discusses how to create a vibrant, healthy life.

Chopra and Tanzi explore our innate ability to self-heal and the importance of taking responsibility for our health. By embracing a mind-body approach, living consciously, and managing stress, we can support immunity, boost longevity, and reduce chronic disease risk.

  • This Messy Magnificent Life

This Amazon bestseller from Geneen Roth is an extension of her previous New York Times bestselling book, Women Food and God. This Messy Magnificent Life explores how to break free from self-criticism, embrace the imperfect, and experience true joy. We highly recommend it!

  • Judgment Detox

The latest book from modern-mindfulness guru Gabrielle Bernstein, Judgment Detox describes how removing judgment from your life can help improve your health as well as your relationship with yourself and others.

Using a six-step protocol for moving beyond judgment, Bernstein provides practical advice for judging less and living more by embracing techniques like meditation, prayer, tapping, and practicing opening yourself up to love.

  • Heart Talk

Written by Cleo Wade, this book offers an artistic and creative approach to moving beyond heartbreak into wisdom and love. Including a mix of poetry, mantras, and other musings about the heart, this book is a guide for encouraging self-connection and self-love amid the chaos of modern living.

Wade has been referred to as the “millennial Oprah,” and after reading this book, you’ll see why – her wisdom exceeds her years and her writing makes you feel like you’re talking to an old friend. If you’re looking to step into spring with some new perspective on the heart, you’ll love this book!

What was your last wellness read? What’s on your current reading list? Share what’s keeping you inspired this spring!


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