- Yoga, Food, Attitude; Healthy Solutions for Real Life
- Narrated by: Erin Bennett
- Length: 9 hrs and 27 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-02-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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Rest to rage. Meditate to work. Cleanse to get dirty.
Enough preaching about self-deprivation. No more striving for bodily purity. Who has the patience - or the time! - for strict dietary restrictions and hours of meditation? Let's get real; these tactics just don't work - at least not for long. But that doesn't mean health and happiness are unobtainable.
Most often you just need an anxiety buster you can do while running down the street, a yoga pose you can do at your desk, or a way to debloat what feels like an alien baby in your abdomen.
Retox isn't about changing who you are or denying life's pleasures; it's about tailoring sensible, scientifically based health practices to the life you already live; it's about working hard, playing harder, and renewing your balance and energy so you can do it all again.
In Retox, health expert Lauren Imparato strips yoga down to its anatomical principles, offering practical tips for fast relief. Then, drawing from a variety of disciplines - from psychology to nutrition to Tibetan philosophy - she designs no-nonsense strategies and delicious recipes to combat the most common challenges of modern life: stress and anxiety, low energy, back pain and headaches, hangovers, PMS, sleep deprivation, and much more.
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By Don't wast your money... dose not sync with smat phone after 6 months... on 05-19-16
Don't like in autable format.
Didn't get the yoga sequence. that I think are in the book. makes me feel ripped off.
0 of 1 people found this review helpful
By student on 03-02-16
worth a listen
The content was, overall, interesting. The food recommendations were almost contradictory. she says to stop stressing over / eliminating foods, then lists foods you should eliminate. Huh?
The narrator sounds formulaic and preachy, which is not the vibe the content puts forth. Overall, the content was worth the listen if you can ignore the narrator's influence.
0 of 2 people found this review helpful