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The Art of Health: Simple and powerful keys for creating health in your…

by Aarti Patel N.D.

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This is a quick, easy-to-read book that really helps guide the reader to understand what's best for their own health without shouting the do's and don'ts of what a person thinks they SHOULD be doing into their ear. Instead, the author encourages us to find what works best for ourselves whenever it comes down to our health. Patel does a great job of letting us know that we are the boss of our body and that we should be our own advocates. I also learned something that I knew all along, really, but needed to be reminded of--I have to be selfish in order to be healthy. She stresses this a lot and I'm glad she does; there is great advice in this book about it. Speaking of "stress", it affects the body in so many ways and the author acknowledges that very well. I liked the advice Patel gives in general, the workbook-like questions that honestly make you think about your health and yourself, and just how well-written this book is. The only thing that bothered me a bit was how many case studies were involved. It became a bit of an interruption for me now and then. Overall, however, I would recommend this book and I enjoyed it. ( )
  taletreader | Apr 6, 2017 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0996775900, Paperback)

Drawing on her belief in the healing power of the individual, and her expertise in the field of integrative medicine, Dr. Aarti Patel lays out a fresh and innovative way of approaching the concept of health. Comparing health care to creating a unique work of art, she illustrates the key nuances or brushstrokes that we can learn in order to tap into the body's innate life and vitality. In addition, she reveals some of the more traditional and outmoded ways of thinking about health care that can limit us in our quest to be healthy. Simple yet powerful, this book will help to free up your mind and body by providing a solid blueprint for turning your life and health into your very own masterpiece.

In The Art of Health, you'll learn about:
A different approach toward chronic hard-to-treat symptomsHow to pay better attention to the body and its signals Why chronic symptoms are often related to one another Tips for choosing long-term health instead of quick fixes The power of the mind in supporting real health The part that fear plays in health Why labels in health care can be limiting How to picture and live the health that you want ...and more

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