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5 Wellness Books to Help You Achieve Your New Year’s Resolutions

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By April Dupee

Eat better, stress less, move more—whatever your New Year’s resolutions or goals are this year, you need practical steps and tools to help you achieve them.

Often resolutions fail because they’re too big, vague, or restrictive and we don’t have a clear strategy for how we’re going to reach them. But when armed with the right knowledge, skills, and plan there is no limit to the goals you can score. (See also: 3 Reasons You Should Set Goals, Not Resolutions)

We have five books that will provide the insights, strategies, and tools you need to reach your goals. Make your resolutions last with these smart books.

  • “In the FLO” by Alisa Vitti

    If you want to be more productive, boost your energy, and improve your health in the New Year, then it’s time to take care of your hormonal rhythm. In the FLO explains how working with your hormone cycle can transform your life by optimizing everything from your workouts to relationships. Author Alisa Vitti, functional nutrition and women’s hormone expert (and the Nutritious Life Studio guest expert!), provides you with actionable meal plans, recipes, exercises, and tasks for each phase of your cycle so you can perform at your peak and feel better throughout the month. You’ll be able to knock out a lot of New Year’s resolutions with this one.

    $29, amazon.com

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  • “Sugar Free 3” by Michele Promaulayko

    We all know too much sugar isn’t good for us, yet we can’t seem to stop eating it. What gives? Written by Michele Promaulayko, editorial director at large for The Well and former editor of Women’s Health, Sugar Free 3 is the actionable solution that will help you cut back on sugar for good. This research and science-based three-week plan, with input from our very own Keri Glassman, provides the tools and information you need to not only give up added sugars but also improve your overall diet with results that you see and feel.

    $25, amazon.com 

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  • “Smoothie Project” by Catherine McCord

    Trying to eat better in the New Year? Start with smoothies. They’re an easy, quick, and delicious way to pack in tons of health-boosting nutrients. With years of blending under her belt, model, actress, and Weelicious founder Catherine McCord decided to create the ultimate smoothie cookbook, so you can experience the delicious benefits of smoothies, too. You’ll be running to take out the blender with almost 100 crave-worthy and nutritious smoothie recipes. (Check out this chocolate almond butter smoothie from the book for a preview!)

    $14, amazon.com

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  • “Why Can’t I Drop the Weight?” eBook from Nutritious Life

    Yes, we wrote this one! Because let’s be honest, losing weight is easier said than done. If you’ve tried all the diets, programs, and workouts and are still struggling to drop the weight, then you need to check out our eBook to find out why it’s been so hard to drop the extra pounds: Are you stressed? Inconsistent? Holding yourself back? Whatever the cause, make 2020 the year you finally reach your weight goals with Nutritious Life’s science-backed and sustainable weight loss plan.

    $34, nutritiouslife.com

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  • “The Healing Self” by Deepak Chopra M.D and Rudolph E. Tanzi Ph.D.

    Begin your journey to lifelong wellness with The Healing Self. Deepak Chopra, M.D. and Rudolph E. Tanzi, Ph.D., leading experts in integrative medicine and neuroscience, provide practical steps for reducing chronic stress and inflammation, the root causes of many of the chronic diseases we face today. You’ll learn how to take control of your health and finally create sustainable healthy habits that will last way beyond January.

    $17, amazon.com

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