Wholly Healthy is not the “same old, same old” self-help book. It doesn’t include the latest miracle diet or recommend the ultimate body-building device. Don’t look here for a fantastic recipe containing basmati brown rice and quinoa. You’ll be disappointed if you’re searching for the secret to developing perfect abs in only five minutes a day. But if you’re interested in thinking about health in a different way, if you’re open to a wider perspective, if you’re serious about a “wholly healthy” life, then this book is for you.
In this book, the author has gathered in one place an eclectic mosaic of thoughts, wisdom, stories, insights, and views that will cause you to pause and reflect deeply about your own health, wholeness, and sense of wellbeing. A critical element that threads itself throughout the book is a commonsense approach to health couched in an uncompromising plea for balance. If one would just improve the balance of one’s living by ten percent by implementing some of these concepts, this book will have been worth more than the time and money that was invested.
Paperback. 134 pages. Copyright 2012. Part of the iFollow series.