Mar 052011
 

Reviewed by Lindsay Gladkowski

This helpful book functions as a mindful guide to nurturing our minds and bodies to the cyclical nature of our health and all of its natural turns and twists. It is constantly flying off my bookshelf to share insight with friends and family who are motivated to learn more about their own health. It is perfect for individuals at each and every life stage as it is a reminder to take every life stage in stride and to see our health in continuous cycles.

Sat Dharam Kaur’s expertise is empowering, reader friendly and encourages us to be our own health advocates. She provides us with a comprehensive overview of steps we can take to make ourselves more mindful, prevention focused and holistically driven self-caretakers. This book not only looks at ways of cleansing and rejuvenation (by allowing our bodies to get in synch with the change of seasons) but looks at very practical ways to make food our medicine. This book is fitting into our current change of seasons as her fall program, starting September 23rd, encourages us to release physical and emotional baggage and prepare for a season of introspection.

 Posted by on March 5, 2011