It is good health that is real wealth and not pieces of gold and silver.
A healthy body is a guest-chamber for the soul; a sick body is a prison.
I am hesitant to review diet books because they are so often a tangled mess of fact and fiction. Teasing out their truth from falsehood is about as exhausting as delousing a long-haired elementary school student. However, after being approached by the authors’ PR agency with the promise of a book that contains science-based nutrition information I decided to agree to the review. This is how the book was described to me in an email.
who runs the blog Balancing Family Life, writes summaries for us, helps with the tech on the back end, and edits new submissions.
Jim has loved books as long as he can remember. Since they’ve shaped much of who he is today, he’s now glad to be able to share some of his passion with you through the summaries he writes for us.
Marta is a writer, spiritual seeker, and artist at heart. She is interested in almost everything, but writes mainly about psychology, meditation, and her ongoing inner monologue. Whenever she feels overwhelmed, she likes to take refuge in Nature.
Pamela writes at Medium.com – when she’s not caring for her kids and dog in Brooklyn, NYC, that is. In her past lives, Pamela studied philosophy with a focus on ethics and worked as a non-technical person in tech.