Top Wellness Books To Read In 2020
Friday, 12 June, 2020

Top Wellness Books To Read In 2020

We are now halfway through 2020, and whether you are looking to improve your overall wellbeing, looking for a new focus, or to create a new reading habit, there are some great wellness books available.

Reading wellness books is an excellent way of opening up new possibilities and pathways in your mindset. You can learn tips and tricks that can help you be the best version of yourself. Whether it’s new recipes and healthy eating, your fitness or your overall lifestyle that you want to enhance, there’s a book out there for you.

Our top 6 wellness books to read in 2020 are;

Cooking And Recipes

What we eat and put into our bodies is one of the most significant factors in our health and wellbeing. Cookbooks and healthy eating books are effective for making better decisions when it comes to mealtime.

Pinch Of Nom: 100 Slimming, Home-Style Recipes

Pinch Of Nom is the most-visited food blog in the UK, and it’s no surprise their cookbook has been just as popular. Created by founders Kate Allinson and Kay Featherstone, they began their blog “for people who don’t like diets, created by cooks who love their food”. This book was released back in March 2019, and if you haven’t read it yet, then it is a must-read for 2020.

Their recipes are famed for being filling and satisfying, yet lower in calories than most everyday meals. They focus on ‘fakeaway’ meals which swap high fat and sugar contents for nutritious and healthy recipes for the whole family.

Gordon Ramsay Ultimate Fit Food: Mouth-Watering Recipes To Fuel You For Life

Gordon Ramsay is an internationally renowned chef, boasting seven Michelin stars and 34 restaurants across the globe. It is no surprise that his cookbook is something special. This cookbook offers delicious and nutritious recipes which are not only enjoyable to cook and eat but can help you get one step closer to health goals.

Ramsay’s passion for good food really shines through, as he creates stunning recipes that are healthy without compromising on flavour.

Fitness And Mindset

Having the right mindset and approach to fitness goals and changes is vital for success. These books help address the common pitfalls in fitness and mindset.

James Smith: Not A Diet Book: Take Control. Gain Confidence. Change

Author James Smith is a much-loved British personal trainer who uses this book to unveil the nonsense, phonies and fads that can disrupt long-lasting physical health. It goes much further than just how to lose fat, eat right and exercise. This book addresses common problems such as emotional eating and guilt when dieting. As the title suggests, it is not a diet book and is all about giving the reader a confidence-boosting mindset.

Ross Edgeley: The Art Of Resilience

Ross Edgeley is well known for his athletic adventures, and this book shares everything he has learnt about resilience along the way. It follows on from his book, The World’s Fittest Book which was a Sunday Times No.1 Bestseller.

If you are looking for a healthier and more positive mindset, then this is the book for you. It leaves readers feeling like they can achieve anything, and shares Edgeley’s secrets and tips on how to remain resilient even at the hardest of times.

Lifestyle

Every single aspect of our lives and every decision we make has an impact on our wellness. These lifestyle books cover unhealthy habits and how to overcome them for a healthier life.

James Clear: Atomic Habits

This book addresses the fact that changing and altering lifestyles and habits is hard work and takes serious dedication and time. James Clear explains that trying to change everything at once is unrealistic and focuses on breaking these patterns.

He highlights the importance of making small changes and improvements and sticking to them for long term access. By making these small adaptions, you can begin to develop healthier behaviours and take charge of your own life.

Matthew Walker: Why We Sleep

We all know that good sleep is important for our wellbeing and health, but how much do you really know about it? Matthew Walker takes a deep dive into the reasons behind sleep, and why the body needs it to function. He manages to take an extremely complex subject like sleep and the human body and simplify it into an easy-to-understand book.

After reading this intriguing book that has been carefully backed up with scientific evidence, you will have a solid understanding of how quality of sleep is just as important as quantity.

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