Explore the science behind your daily living habits and make your day healthier, happier, and more productive.
Best-selling author Stuart Farrimond brings you a ground-breaking health book that will revitalise your daily routine and bring to light the latest research in psychology, nutrition, biology, and physics alike.
Set out to unearth the facts behind the pseudo-science fads, and provide take-away advice on every area of our lives,is an approachable, entertaining and easy-to read fitness guide for those seeking self-development backed up by solid The Science of Living scientific evidence.
Dive straight in to discover:
-The Morning, Afternoon, Evening, Night structure takes you through a typical day.
-Fascinating statistics and infographics bringing each science story to life.
-Long-held health myths debunked and exploded by new science.
-Action points to each story to help you tweak your lifestyle habits accordingly
Is sleeping 8 hours a night good for optimum health? If I exercise every day, why am I not losing weight? Should I brush my teeth before or after breakfast? Is coffee good or bad for you?
These are all fundamental everyday questions explored throughout this wellness book, which combines popular science with practical self-improvement, factoring in the latest scientific research to debunk the common myths and provide easy-to-read and relatable content for every reader! The popular question and answer format brings an immediacy to the information provided, and the highly visually illustrations truly bring the science to life in a contemporary and accessible way.
From fitness tips to circadian rhythms, productivity to popular science, this all-encompassing healthy lifestyle book truly does have it all.
What better way to redefine your routine and revitalise your life than gifting yourself a new you this New Years? This curated collection of self-improvement tips will teach you to become a better balanced version of yourself. So make 2022 the year of wellness and healing yourself!
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