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Reading & Podcast List

Updated: Mar 20, 2023

For those of you who want more health and wellbeing information or prefer to learn from books or podcasts in the comfort of your own home, I have created a reading list of books I have either read or are on my 'wish list to read, as well as a list of podcasts I enjoy listening to while out walking my dog. This list will be added to from time to time. Book and podcast suggestions are very welcome (please email us).


Books


Clear, James (2018). Atomic Habits.


Eger, Edit (2017), The Choice.


Eger, Edit (2020). The Gift.


Forsyth, John & Eifert, Georg (2016). The Mindfulness & Acceptance Workbook for Anxiety.


Haig, Matt (2019). Notes on a Nervous Planet.


Haig, Matt (2022). The Comfort Book.


Hanson, Rick (2018). Resilient.


Katie, Byron (2003). Loving What Is. Four questions that can change your life.


Lustig, Robert (2021). Metabolical. The truth and lies of processed food, nutrition and modern medicine.


Maté, Gabor (2019). When the Body Says No. The cost of hidden stress.


Nestor, James (2020). Breath. The New Science of a Lost Art.


Richardson, Cheryl (2008). The Art of Extreme Self-Care.


Rucklidge, Julia and Kaplan, Bonnie (2021). The Better Brain. How nutrition will help you overcome anxiety, depression, ADHD and stress.


Shetty, Jay (2020). Think Like a Monk: Train Your Mind for Peace and Purpose Every Day.

Walker, Matthew (2018). Why We Sleep.


Wood, Paul (2021). Mental Fitness. Build your mind for strength and resilience every day.


Van Cuylenburg, Hugh (2019). The Resilience Project. Finding happiness through gratitude, empathy & mindfulness.


Podcasts


Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson, Ph.D., & Forrest Hanson


Dhru Purohit Podcast


Feel Better, Live More with Dr Rangan Chatterjee (GP & Author)


Huberman Lab


On Purpose with Jay Shetty


Prevention is Cure, Prof. Grant Schofield


The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.


The Food Matters Podcast, James Colquhoun


The Mindset Mentor, Rob Dial


The Overwhelmed Brain, Paul Colaianni






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