How to Be Well: The Everyday Actions, Reliable Rituals, and Proven Tactics of the Healthiest and Happiest People

How to Be Well: The Everyday Actions, Reliable Rituals, and Proven Tactics of the Healthiest and Happiest People Review

From celebrity health guru and New York Times best-selling author Dr. Frank Lipman, the definitive guide to total wellness
In his best-selling book, The New Health Rules, Dr. Frank Lipman laid out a modern manifesto for living a healthy and fulfilling life. How to Be Well is the essential follow up: a hands-on manual to mastering the habits, routines, and tactics that will help readers improve their health and establish the pillars of lifelong vitality.
  
In How to Be Well, Lipman has created The Good Medicine Mandala—a new map for a new era of medicine. The Good Medicine Mandala is illustrated by a circular system of six rings that contain simple steps to what really works to improve and strengthen resilience, functioning, and overall health. The Six Rings are:

How to Eat: Mastering the very building blocks of life: food
How to Sleep: Restoring one of our most fundamental needs
How to Move: Helping the body move in the ways that nature intended
How to Protect: Mitigating and preventing the invisible assaults of everyday toxins
How to Unwind: Consciously switching off to allow for mental reprieve
How to Connect: Awakening and enhancing a sense of belonging and meaning

For anyone interested in health, wellness, and happiness, this gorgeously illustrated book is a must-have.

Title:How to Be Well: The Everyday Actions, Reliable Rituals, and Proven Tactics of the Healthiest and Happiest People

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    How to Be Well: The Everyday Actions, Reliable Rituals, and Proven Tactics of the Healthiest and Happiest People Reviews

  • Josh Holland

    I have to say this book definitely goes in my Top 3 books of the year. And, I would probably even say it’s the most influential book I’ve read all year. This book really spoke to me in ways that m...

  • Nari

    This is a fairly comprehensive, yet beginner's guide to health and wellness. Not all of his ideas were my cup of tea. For the most part, Lipman's advice is based on "some studies" but also on common s...

  • Catherine at The Gilmore Guide to Books

    Maybe I've read too many health and self help books but I found this to be too basic to finish reading. I didn't get any new information, just a mashup of various schools of thought about nutrition an...

  • Peter Wolfley

    There is a ton of good stuff in this book to help your overall wellness. I liked that it focused on all aspects of health and not just diet and exercise. It's a beautifully designed and laid out book ...

  • Lisa

    As other reviewers have said, this is fairly comprehensive, however, I really disliked the colors used in the text. Some text is white on a red background, which is very difficult to read. There was a...

  • Rona

    3.5 Сначала мне было очень интересно читать, но к середине запал угас и пошло медленнее т.к. Фрэнк использует за...

  • Whitney

    In a world of extreme diets, this book (though it sounds a little keto leaning) lays out pretty attainable, reasonable steps for wholistic health - from diet to mental health to excercise to environme...

  • Heather

    Though there is great information in here. I found the way it was presented and organized to trigger my anxiety. I honestly have no idea why, and I don't know if anyone else had this issue. I felt lik...

  • Lisa Welch

    Although this one doesn't have much research cited to back up its claims, it did give me some food for thought as to how to improve different aspects of my overall wellness. There were things I agreed...

  • Jennifer Cole

    Genuine holistic guide to understanding & building your own health. Not a fad or a quick self help book, but rather a nuanced approach to building small habits that will affect your mind, body, & spir...