Book Review: Wellness on a Shoestring by Michelle Robin

Whatever your financial resources the power to improve your health is within you. It’s in every choice you make, in every moment. Michelle Robin shows you how to harness your inner voice as you practice seven essential habits for complete well-being. Read stories from real people, at all income levels, who’ve adopted these practices—using little money—and seen their health dramatically improve. Better yet, follow the tips at the end of each chapter to create a lifestyle that leads to a phenomenal experience of body, mind and spirit.

Dr. Michelle Robin is chief wellness officer and founder of Your Wellness Connection, one of the nation’s most successful healing centers, focusing on integrative healing disciplines such as chiropractic, Chinese medicine, massage therapy, functional medicine, counseling, nutrition and wellness coaching, and movement arts.

This was a well done book. I didn’t come across anything “new” in this book but surprisingly I did agree with everything the author suggested. Nothing really controversial in this book unless you think all alternative health providers are quacks.
The ideas were simple and things most everyone could easily do to improve their health: get more sleep, drink more water, exercise, eat more greens, etc. If you a looking for a book that won’t overwhelm you but will get you on the right track to living a more healthy life this is a good place to start.

Content: Clean

Rating: 4 Stars

Source: Netgalley

Welness on a Shoestring was released May 31, 2010 by Unity House Books