Published:
September 5, 2018

What We’re Reading: September

Miss that back-to-school feeling of fresh beginnings and first-day excitement? Well, we’ve got some homework for you – consider this your September reading list!

Our Integrative Nutrition community includes alumni and visiting teachers who have written inspiring books and resources on topics covered in the Health Coach Training Program. Many of our graduates turned their dream of writing a book into reality with our Launch Your Dream Book Course – some even went on to write best sellers!

Here’s what’s on our bookshelf this month:

Mindful Is the New Skinny  by Jodi Baretz

Judgment Detox  by Gabrielle Bernstein

Sweet Potato Soul  by Jenné Claiborne

Food: What the Heck Should I Eat?  by Mark Hyman, MD

The Healing Slow Cooker  by Jennifer Iserloh

We Flow Hard  by Sarah Levey

How to Be Well  by Frank Lipman, MD

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The Real Food Grocery Guide  by Maria Marlowe

Eat Your Feelings  by Lindsey Smith

The Healing Self  by Deepak Chopra, MD

Mind Over Meds  by Andrew Weil, MD

Thin from Within  by Robyn Youkilis

And we’re looking forward to grabbing a copy of these books from IIN grads next month:

The Fresh & Healthy Instant Pot Cookbook by Megan Gilmore

Eat Feel Fresh by Sahara Rose Ketabi

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