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Wellness books can be a great way to learn more about improving your health and wellbeing. There are many different types of wellness-related books available, so it is important to read as much as possible before deciding on what type of book you want to buy.

This article will explore some of the best books in the healthy living category that you should add to your reading list!

“The Plant Paradox” by Dr. Steven Gundry

The first book that we will discuss is called The Plant Paradox. This book can be a great tool for anyone who wants to learn more about the benefits of eating plants and how to avoid certain plant foods that could cause unwanted reactions in your body. Written by Dr. Steven Gundry and published in 2018, this particular wellness-related book has been getting rave reviews from readers all over the world!

“Biohack Your Brain” by Kristen Willeumier, Ph.D.

The second book that we will discuss is called Biohack Your Brain. As someone who has struggled with depression and anxiety for many years, Kristen Willeumier found herself in a dark place where she could not overcome her mental health issues on her own.

“Body Kindness: Transform Your Relationship With Your Body through 100 Simple Steps” by Linda Sivertsen Ph.D. RN CDP

Another wonderful read would be Body Kindness: Transform Your Relationship With Your Body through 100 Simple Steps. Published just last year (2018) and written by Linda Sivertsen, Ph.D. RN CDP is an excellent resource for those looking for new ways to love themselves better every day without having to restrict their diet or exercise excessively.

In this book, Sivertsen makes the case that what you eat does not have to be a “one size fits all” prescription. She argues that there are as many dietary needs and preferences as there are people in the world!

“Eat Right for your Blood Type: The Individualized Prescription for Losing Weight, Being Healthy & Feeling Great” by Peter J. D’Adamo ND

If you’re looking for more practical advice on improving or maintaining your wellness without cutting out entire food groups from an individualized perspective, then Eat Right For Your Blood Type is worth a read (or re-read!). Originally published back in 1995 but revised and expanded numerous times over the years with new research, this book offers a comprehensive overview of the type-specific diets and lifestyle advice for people with A, B, or AB blood types.