Recommended Books

These are some of my most recommended nonfiction books, organized by topic. I update this list as I come across titles worth sharing.

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Female Health and Wellness


Nutrition and Dietary Theory


Cookbooks (Vegan and Vegetarian)


Yoga and Meditation


Personal Growth






Positive Psychology

Bookshelves By Year

2018 Bookshelf
2017 Bookshelf

What are your favorite books? I’m always on the hunt for a good read. Please share!

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9 thoughts on “Recommended Books

    1. Oh no, thanks so much for letting me know! Which link(s) did you try that didn’t work? They’re working for me when I click…


  1. Thanks so much for all the info on the course. I am researching courses now and had input my name and number (which I never normally do) within 2 minutes I received a phone call and a text. I politely declined and they said ok but I have now recieved approximately 7 emails.. the last few informing me that time was running out. I was very turned off at the immediate phone call as that seems like a cheesy sales pitch similar to those used for timeshare sales. Reading your description confirmed exactly what I was thinking so thank you so much for saving me a lot of money. The book list is also helpful so thanks for that as well.

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    1. Thanks for your comment! I’m glad you found my review of HCI and this book list helpful! Sounds like you made the right decision, especially if their initial sales tactics didn’t resonate with you. Good luck as you continue to research!


  2. Thanks for your honest opinions of the Health Coach and Plant-Based Nutrition. I was skeptical of taking the course. As a nurse, we review these topics in our curriculum, so I could not see the logic in becoming certified. Thanks again and also for the book list.

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  3. Excellent list of books that I will start adding to my library! I would also add “How Not To Die” by Dr. Michael Greger, M.D. Fantastic resource for learning about the benefits of a whole foods plant based lifestyle!

    Many blessings!


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