Topic: BookClub

Hi everyone! 

My schedule (with speaking events & writing HH4!) has gotten busy and I won't be able to lead the group anymore. If someone wants to lead- let me know! I hope people keep reading the books we've picked out, here are some other recommendations:

Healthy Eating for Life to Prevent & Treat Cancer 
Comfortably Unaware 
A Place of Yes  
Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease  
Wheat Belly  

Thank you to everyone who participated and thanks for the great discussions ...

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Welcome back to the HH Book Club! As a reminder, we're posting comments and questions throughout the month on Goodreads , and wrapping up the book on the blog on the final Sunday of each month when we announce the next month's book.

August's pick is Getting Past No by William Ury.

Some final thoughts and comments from Herbies who read The Lean with us last month:

"I am going to have to try to share this with ...

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Welcome back to the HH Book Club! As a reminder, we're posting comments and questions throughout the month on Goodreads , and wrapping up the book on the blog on the final Sunday of each month when we announce the next month's book.

July's book will be The Lean by Kathy Freston.

Some final thoughts and comments from Herbies who read The Starch Solution in June.

"POTATOES, how I have missed thee, whole grain carbs were one thing ...

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Welcome back to the HH online book club! This is the last week for Keep it Simple, Keep it Whole: Your Guide to Optimum Health by Alona Pulde and Matthew Lederman.

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This Week's Thought Questions:

1. Were you surprised to find out all oils (even olive oil that's marketed as "healthy") are actually bad for you?

2. Carbohydrates have developed a bad rep over the years due to misinformation. Did chapter 12 change your opinion on carbs and ...

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Welcome back to the HH online book club! This month we've been reading Keep it Simple, Keep it Whole: Your Guide to Optimum Health by Alona Pulde and Matthew Lederman.

copy of front of Keep it Simple, Keep it Whole green background with white box that contains title

This Week's Thought Questions (based on chapters 7-10 ):

1. Where do you think you are on the continuum (where you ever somewhere else?)? Where do you want to reach? 75%? 90%? 100%?

2. What's your opinion of soy, after reading chapter 9? Did your thoughts change?

3 ...

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