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I love a good book, but between work, blogging, and school, I find myself with not much time to read. As I read this book, I always had a highlighter on hand so I could easily reference great quotes and tidbits, and boy, there were a TON of them. Unlike a lot of  books out there that tout quick fixes for health, Cameron is realistic about it.
Self admittedly, Cameron is naturally thin, but she shares her experience with realizing that what she eats and how she treats her body makes a huge difference in how she feels mentally, physically and emotionally.
I loved reading Cameron’s words about eating the right foods to feeds your cells and allow them to protect you, energize you and heal you.
So many people have sabotaged their brains into thinking that feeling hungry is a bad thing, that food is the enemy. In the book, Cameron shares her love of cooking and creating meals to share with loved ones, a passion that I obviously share. This entry was posted in Health and tagged book, book reviews, Cameron Diaz, health, healthy living, nourish, nutrition, self love, The Body Book on October 8, 2014 by foodielovesfitness. I agree, this sounds like a great book and I can completely relate to many of the ways that Cameron feels. I LOVE this post – Im currently a little more than halfway through the book and I am genuinely in AWE of it, everything that she says just seems to be spot on and created that spark in me that wants to strive for optimum health.

I giggled a little as well because just like you I love reading, find it hard to find the time to read but always seem to be reading so many different books.
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There’s an entire chapter on digestion, which she refers to as the epicenter of our health. After all, we are what we eat: The nutrients in the food that we consume determines the way our cells develop, grow and thrive. This type of attitude saddens me, because food is supposed to be nourishment — the stuff that gives us energy, and keeps us moving and living well. She talked about how antibiotics kill not only the bad bacteria that’s making you sick, but it also wipes out the good bacteria in your microbiome, disarming your gut of important colonizers, causing some unpleasant side effects in your body, like a yeast infection. She makes a point of talking about how on her long days on movie sets, she still finds little ways to get movement in.
I would recommend The Body Book to anyone who wants to better understand how their body works, to every person who wants to be healthier, happier, fitter, and more comfortable with themselves.
I'm passionate about healthy living, and my site focuses on all the elements of this -- from cooking, baking, and my vegetarian eats, to my workouts and all things fitness related, to positive thinking and the power of a great attitude in living your best life.
Spending time in Europe, where things aren’t quite as convenient, makes me realize it even more.

You would think everyone will get diabetes from eating so much white bread but the difference is that they walk everywhere so they’re burning it off. Adding it to my kindle now ?? I especially like her quote on connected mind and body- i get anxiety really easily, and its always because there’s a disconnect somewhere. As a writer myself who ghostwrites for people sometimes, I’m fully aware that celebrity books are often not written by the celebrities at all, but in The Body Book, I felt like it was genuinely Cameron speaking to me, the reader. Food and hunger are our friends, and to honor them, we must feed ourselves with food that fuels us and helps us thrive, instead of bogging us down and making us feel heavy (figuratively and literally). They also elevate your risk for developing other illnesses, making it more challenging for your immune system to defend you. Check here to Subscribe to notifications for new posts Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Sometime it takes me months upon months to finish them, but I usually get to the end at some point. I adore my husband, dog, family, and girlfriends, and blog about my loved ones a lot as well.
I refer to myself as a foodie (and wino!) because I have a passion for eating, cooking, baking, and all things related to real, delicious food. Born and raised a Jersey girl, I currently live in SoCal with my hubby Adam and (very spoiled!) dog Harley.

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