I wanted to share these books as they have all served as excellent resources over the years and are still very useful today.
Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers, Robert Sapolsky.
Robert Sapolsky is a professor of neurology and biology at Stanford University. Studying primates in the wild for decades, he has become one of the foremost authorities on stress and stress-related diseases.
How to Eat, Move, and Be Healthy, Paul Chek.
Paul Chek is a trainer to some of the world's top athletes and is considered a movement and holisitic wellness expert. This book is unique in that you begin with a quiz at the beginning of the book, the results of the quiz direct you to which section of the book to begin reading. One of my all-time favorite resources.
The Hormone Cure, Sara Gottfried, MD.
Geared specifically toward women, this book serves as an excellent guide to understanding hormones, menopause, and how each shape a women's health. Also a great spring board for finding ways to positively affect your hormonal balance.