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We hope you find books that will inspire and motivate you to find better health through nutrition and exercise. Remember to take advantage of the browse feature. Simply click on any link and buy now.

The Blueprint for Vibrant Health:

A Guide to Healing the Mind, Body, and Spirit

by Gina Spielman
The Blueprint for Vibrant Health by Gina Spielman, LCSW, C.H.

Old But Still Moving:

Staying active while aging, despite life’s curveballs

by Richard King

Old But Still Moving by Richard King

Heart Book:

How to Keep Your Heart Healthy

Customer Review: “This book is full of hope and helpful advice that could probably take a ton of time to learn on your own, and it also offers a lot of websites to start to do your own research. All in all–a MUST READ.”

From the Author: “This book describes my attempts to stay active while aging (I’m now nearing 66), despite two premature hip replacements and a heart valve replacement due to a genetic defect. If you’re “in your later years”, like me, hopefully my story will inspire you to keep moving if you already are or get moving if you are not.”

Customer Review: “Dr. Dach has put together a most thorough compilation of the alternative viewpoints of heart health and specific treatment modalities of heart disease. The writing is clear and he pulls no punches in his condemnation of certain allopathic approaches.”

Exercise for Longevity

by Hollis Liebman
Anatomy of Exercise for Longevity by Hollis Liebman
Comprehensive and informative, this big compendium includes level of exercise and concise how-to instructions for each exercise.

Exercises for Better Balance

by William Smith, M.S.

Exercises for Better Balance by William Smith, M.S.

builds balance through resistance exercises, flexibility, and cardiovascular activities that fit any schedule.

Younger Next Year

by Chris Crowley

…it’s a guide that will show every reader how to live with newfound vibrancy, strength, endurance, confidence, and joy – and it goes deep enough to be your exercise companion for life, even if you eventually take it to Masters levels.


Understanding Nutrition

Complete Food and Nutrition Guide

Nutrition Concepts and Controversies

Customer review (of earlier edition): “Learned so much! Whether you’re in school or not, everyone should read a nutrition book.”

Customer review: “it’s nice to read a nutrition book that doesn’t have an agenda, is just facts, and let’s me draw my own conclusions about my health from there.”

Customer Review: “…provides practical applications and accessible explanations to dispel common misconceptions about nutrition and empower readers to make lasting behavior changes.”

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Fabulous Fitness Planners

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Aging and Fitness

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Learn About Eating Disorders

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Learn About Meal Prep

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March – Flexibility Month

Stretching: 35 exercises to improve flexibility and reduce pain
by Lauren Elson MD &‎ Josie Gardiner
Stretching for 50+:
A Customized Program for Increasing Flexibility, and Enjoying an Active Lifestyle
by Karl Knopf
The Stretching Bible: The Ultimate Guide to Improving Fitness and Flexibility
by Lexie Williamson

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January – Longevity Month

Exercise for Longevity
by Hollis Liebman
Exercises for Better Balance
by William Smith
Younger Next Year
by Chris Crowley

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December – Balance Month

We normally introduce books each month, but maintaining Balance is critical to everyday functions – we believe these are best shown with instruction.

Fitness and Stability Ball Workout DVD
Exercise Ball Fitness Cards by Stack 52.
Slim & Sculpt Stability Ball Workout DVD by The Firm

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November – Health Month

Sugar Crush

How to Reduce Inflammation, Reverse Nerve Damage, and Reclaim Good Health by Dr. R. Jacob


the official, companion book to the groundbreaking documentary

The New Health Rules Simple Changes to Achieve Whole-Body Wellness

October – Motivation Month

No Sweat: How the Simple Science of Motivation Can Bring You a Lifetime of Fit
Big Fitness Quote Book: Finally, a book with a motivational fitness quote for every day of the year!!
Fitness & Exercise Motivation: Fitness Success Tips for Mindset Development and Personal Fitness Planner Creation

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September – Metabolism Month

How to Heal Your Metabolism: Learn How the Right Foods, Sleep, … Exercise…
Introduction to Nutrition and Metabolism Understanding the way in which nutrients are metabolized…

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August – Arthritis Month

Adventures in the Weight-Loss Game
Arthritis Care: Osteoarthritis Symptoms, Prevention, Treatment
Yoga for Arthritis: The Complete Guide

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July – Calisthenics Month

Calisthenics for Beginners:
Your Dream Body
Calisthenics for Beginners:
Shape Your Body
Calisthenics: The 20-Minute Dream Body with Bodyweight Exercises
by John Powers

June – Food Label Month

The Pantry Principle
by Mira Dessy, NE
How to read the label and understand what’s really in your food
It Starts With Food
Discover the Whole30 and Change Your Life in Unexpected Ways
My Supermarket Sidekick
Your Aisle-by-Aisle Shopping Guide
by Bonnie R. Giller (Author)

May – Diet and Weight Loss Month

The Thin Woman’s Brain
Weight Loss for People Who Feel Too Much

April – Standing Desk Month

A Standing Desk: Is It Right For You? A Guide to Improve Your Work Wellness by Shani Soloff
You’ll Stand And You’ll Like It
Deskbound: Standing Up to a Sitting World
by Kelly Starrett

March – Office Workout Month

The Office Workout
75 Exercises you can do at your desk

Get Up!
Why Your Chair is Killing You and What You Can Do About It
Office Yoga
Customer Review: “WOW. This is a unique book, in that the exercises here can be done while working AND more importantly without disturbing anyone in your workplace.
Some of the exercises can be done without the people around you even being aware that you’re doing them.”
Customer Review: “This is an incredible read. Dr Levine is well-spoken and uses wit, and would be enjoyable even if he were re-writing the phone book. …doesn’t re-hash anything…”

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5 thoughts

  1. There are some great books here! Is there a way to get my new holistic healing book on your list? Thank you and keep up the good work!

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