I don’t know about you, but I love reading.
I do like sitting down with a good book, and I really like gathering new knowledge and perspective.
So whether you love reading like I do, or are at least open to gaining new knowledge and perspective for yourself, here are some books you may find helpful.
“You Are the Placebo” by Dr. Joe Dispenza
In case you haven’t heard of Dr. Dispenza, that’s the doc who healed 7 shattered vertebrae with the power of his mind…
… instead of doing surgery or being paralyzed for life like the medical docs said.
This book really shows you what you are capable of!
Many talk about placebo like it’s this meaningless little thing.
But no, the placebo effect shows you how powerful your mind is.
And Dr. Joe shows you how to use that to your advantage!
“Wheat Belly” by Dr. William Davis
Wheat and other grains don’t add to our health.
Some still try to argue against this, and this book does a nice job of explaining why grains aren’t actually good for us.
There are other books on this topic as well, but this is a good book to start in on this journey.
“Resilience From the Heart” by Gregg Braden
This one also goes back to how powerful you really are!
It’s all about creating that inner harmony and focuses on heart brain coherence to do just that.
Braden does a great job connecting science with spirituality and human potential.
Especially nowadays I feel we all need to really connect back to our true human potential.
“The Genie in Your Genes” by Dr. Dawson Church
The idea of our genes dictating our health is still annoyingly prevalent.
Well, here is Dr. Church to show you how epigenetics trumps genes.
This book is a mix of science so you can understand your body and your health, and options to consider for better health…
It also gives you a bit of a taste of how a scientist’s limited belief can hinder science.
“Breath” by James Nestor
Breathing is one of the most important functions we have…
And most of us don’t do it well.
Nestor does a great job digging into how breath has been used for healing, to improve athletic ability, and different types of breath.
He also uses himself as a guinea pig to demonstrate how bad mouth breathing is for us… and how great it was to fix that again!
As you can see, these books cover a range of topics around your health.
They aren’t listed in any particular order, it really is a matter of what strikes your fancy at the moment.
And I hope you enjoy!