Recently finished reading Carol Stanley’s latest Book, Feel Better Every Day: Natural Keys to Healthy Aging (Available in paperback and for Kindle.) This is an ideal book for those who want to begin their journey in feeling better every day. Stanley outlines the natural keys to aging in a healthy way. And if you are like me, doing it all at once is a recipe to fail. Start making changes with this well researched informative book. Natural solutions to what ails you, finding benefits in vitamins, essential oils, and healthful recipes. Make your own beauty products and household cleaners. It is all within this book. (Note: Photo above with text is not part of the book. Below is what the cover looks like.)
Carol Stanley recommends, “If you start now to make slow and deliberate changes, before you know it you’ll feel better, have more energy, and find more peace in life.”
As a researcher and writer myself, with many articles about health issues and nutrition, I learned much more from this book. I found it very beneficial. It has enlighten me on more alternatives to better living. Carol breaks down her information from what she has discovered through her own life experiences in easy to understand chapters. Hard to believe that she and her husband are in their 70’s. Yet are more active and healthy than many half their age. Throughout her adult life, she has maintained the same weight and clothing size. Her friends call her the “medicine woman”. Yet, throughout the book, she does mention that this is not a replacement for your health practitioner.
Taking a healthy perspective on aging, this book is beneficial to people of all ages. The author tells us to make small changes one day at a time. Begin with fresh food, short walks and build up to a healthy lifestyle if we have been out of it for some time.
This is a wonderful recipe book. Filled with natural solutions for our ailments: insomnia, stress, and fatigue. Ways to treat your skin and brain function. The book continues on with healthy choice recipes.
This book has everything that one would ever need. I especially like the information about essential oils. Over the years, I have used and researched various supplements. But not so much the essential oils. Stanley shares her top 20. Highlighting the benefits of these natural oils. A wonderful reference guide. I would recommend this to everyone of all ages.