This book is now on top of my ‘Recommended Reads’ list! 📚 No book has made me both laugh and cry with tears of sorrow and joy. Nor given me goosebumps, made my hairs stand and sent shivers up and down my spine. All in a good way, touching my soul as I read these … Continue reading Radical Remission by Kelly Turner
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Here I offer summaries and reviews on books I’ve read. Never stop learning!
Book: The Archangel Guide to the Animal World
This book has offered me a whole new perspective on the animal world and nature in general. Basically, Diana writes that every living being incarnates for a reason. And most often, it is to experience and learn about life here on Earth or to teach us humans various lessons. For example, butterflies often carry messengers … Continue reading Book: The Archangel Guide to the Animal World
The Complete Guide to Fasting by Dr. Jason Fung with Jimmy Moore
Having dabbled with fasting to relieve my autoimmune symptoms and had some success, I was eager to read this book ever since I first heard about it on a podcast. In the sea of diet books out there on the online stores and on book shelves, this one stands out from the rest because it's … Continue reading The Complete Guide to Fasting by Dr. Jason Fung with Jimmy Moore
A Simple Guide To The Paleo Autoimmune Protocol by Eileen Laird
Yesterday I hit the first 30 days on the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP)! 😁 It wasn't easy by any means and I have to say almost every single meal I had in those 30 days were prepared at home so I could know and control what went in them. And yes, I survived CNY too! Although … Continue reading A Simple Guide To The Paleo Autoimmune Protocol by Eileen Laird
The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma
In this book, Robin Sharma writes a beautiful fable of one man's search for meaning and enlightenment in life. Julian Mantle was a lawyer superstar who had achieved everything he had dreamed of. Following a cardiac arrest in the middle of court, he came to the realisation that despite his achievements and material wealth, his … Continue reading The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma
The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz
"Life is struggle... Embrace the struggle." Ben Horowitz The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers by Ben Horowitz Ben tells the story of his struggles of founding, running and eventually selling a technology company that was on the brink of bankruptcy many times but eventually sold for $6.5 … Continue reading The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz
Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?
I stumbled upon this book during one of my grocery runs while on exchange and although I've heard about Earthing or Grounding before, I never really delved into the subject until reading this book. Since then, discovering this simple and effective health remedy has had a tremendous impact in my life as well as those … Continue reading Earthing: The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?
Homework-turned-blogpost: The Obesity Paradox
I read this book a couple of weeks back for a module I'm taking now called "Obesity Perspectives and Prescriptions". I gotta say, this book was quite a shocker. I learnt so much about obesity and health that contradicted my preconceived ideas, assumptions and stereotypes about obesity. I highly recommend this book not just for … Continue reading Homework-turned-blogpost: The Obesity Paradox
Book Spotlight: Bottom Line’s Top 20 Secret Reports of All Time
My Aunt is an avid reader so back at their place in Phoenix, the house is brimming with books. When I found their collection, it was as if I'd found TREASURE! Immediately I picked out a couple of books that interested me and this was one of them. I read 35 pages of this on the … Continue reading Book Spotlight: Bottom Line’s Top 20 Secret Reports of All Time