‘Feeling Good: Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday Life’ by Cheryl Meyer
‘Feeling Good : Living Low Toxin in Community and everyday life’ by Author Cheryl Meyer has won her 14 awards amongst other books from her collection. She is an an award-winning author, international bestseller, health coach, speaker, local tv host and podcaster.
This book is a step-by-step, comprehensive guide on how to take control of your health and wellness, restore balance, and build your immune system once and for all.
It is also the follow up book to her first book ‘It Feels Good to Feel Good, Learn to Eliminate Toxins, Reduce Inflammation and Feel Great again that was published in 2017 and then updated and revised in 2020.
Infact, her book ‘Feeling Good : Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday life’ is the perfect immunity booster for our times. With everyone concerned about Covid-19 and staying healthy in times of virus and anxiety, award-winning Cheryl Meyer brings us a comprehensive guide to not only fighting viruses and staying healthy, but actually preventing some illnesses and maximizing wellness by boosting our immunity.
In this book’s plot, we find out that the idea is that food is our best medicine. The idea is that instead of focusing on treatment found over the counter or in a prescription, this book focuses on prevention, with an emphasis on organic, natural food, the importance of de-stressing, and care for others, including children, pets, and loved ones.
With a total of 422 pages, ‘Feeling Good : Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday life’ offers an appreciation to the value of fresh, healthy food, and how it benefits our bodies and minds.
I liked the fact that this book is so plain sailing, with bullet lists and wonderful illustrations. Also the fact that she provides information about toxins and how to rid our body of them. Surely this is one book every reader deserves to read as soon as possible.
Published by Heavenly Tree Press, ‘Feeling Good : Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday life’ is a work of non-fiction specializing in the health, food and fitness sub-genres. Author Cheryl Meyer offers a wealth of advice on eating the right things and staying away from processed foods.
I really enjoyed reading this book. It’s an excellent in-dept guide for putting things into perspective. I would highly recommend this perceptive, intuitive and educational read. A well-deserved five stars.
I surely recommend this book. Be sure to grab your copy of ‘Feeling Good : Living Low Toxin in Community and Everyday life’ by Cheryl Meyer today.