A Fresh Take on Health and Well-being by Influencers and Social Media Darlings Turned Authors

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Really Very Crunchy: A Beginner’s Guide to Removing Toxins from Your Life without Adding Them to Your Personality 

By Emily Morrow

Through her Really Very Crunchy viral social media accounts, Emily Morrow has gained a massive following. And it’s easy to see why. The information and ideas she shares on how to reduce the toxicity in our daily lives are invaluable. But it is her charming and hilarious delivery that has undoubtedly attracted her multitude of fans. In her new book, Morrow shares what it is to be crunchy, the spectrum of being crunchy and how we can each introduce a little bit of crunch into our lives—thus reducing our exposure to toxins and measurably improving our overall health, all while heartily laughing. 

Seriously, So Good: Simple Recipes for a Balanced Life

By Carissa Stanton

After hosting weekly girls’ nights cooking, eating and dancing with friends, Carissa Stanton earned the moniker Brocc, short for “Brocc Your Body,” her play on Justin Timberlake’s “Rock Your Body.” Stanton parlayed her nickname and love of cooking and created @broccyourbody to share her favorite recipes on Instagram. Her following quickly grew and is now over 600,000. Her new cookbook features 100 delicious dishes that are simple to make and healthy, but not too healthy. Stanton’s philosophy is that cooking should be stress-free, meals should be mouthwatering and life should be lived to its fullest.

Forever Strong: A New, Science-Based Strategy for Aging Well

By Dr. Gabrielle Lyon

Over years of treating patients in her family medicine practice, Dr. Gabrielle Lyon began recognizing a common pattern. Though the array of their conditions varied widely, most of her patients shared the same core health issue: They had too little muscle versus too much fat. Her patients’ medical issues were symptomatic of this much more serious underlying health problem. Her desire to address this led her to found the Institute for Muscle-Centric Medicine, dedicated to enhancing overall health by focusing on optimizing skeletal muscle. In Forever Strong, Dr. Lyon offers a new approach to building enduring strength at any age through her easy-to-follow fitness, food and self-care program.