Eat, Move, Think is the essential guide to living a longer, more active, and more fulfilled life—full of answers to your most pressing health and wellness questions.
Doctors everywhere have the same goal: healthier and happier lives for their patients. And yet, no two medical professionals give the same advice. How much coffee is too much? What’s better for your fitness: cardio or weights? What is mindfulness, and how can you practice it?
Finally, there are answers to all of those questions and more. Eat, Move, Think breaks down the fundamentals of living a long and healthy life into three sections: nutrition, physical activity, and mental health. Francis addresses the questions that we all grapple with: How much meat should I eat? Is it okay to sit all day if I work out afterwards? How does sleep affect my mental health? Drawing upon the expert advice of world-renowned doctors and medical professionals, this book captures the innovative strategies of the world’s highest performers—Navy SEALs, cutting-edge researchers, professional athletes—in one handy illustrated guide to everyday healthy living.
Honest, straightforward, and accessible, Eat, Move, Think will empower and educate you, showing you the simple, achievable steps you can take to transform your health and your life.
“Eat, Move, Think not only contains a tremendous amount of well researched, darn good advice; it somehow makes you want to take that advice, too.”
“Bite-sized nuggets of fascinating health wisdom, easy to digest and eminently helpful.”
“Eat, Move, Think is a readable, fun and succinct book packed with evidence-based insights. If you want to cut through the noise and find best practices for eating, exercise and habits of mind, get this book on your nightstand right away.”
“Compellingly written and featuring an impressive sample of worldwide wellness experts, Eat, Move, Think provides well-researched guidance on some of the most pressing issues facing urban professionals today.”
“Author Shaun Francis has written the rule book on nutrition and fitness, answering questions like “How much coffee is too much?” and “Is cardio or weight-training better for your health?” once and for all. Eat, Move, Think is illustrated, making it easy to navigate, so you’re sure to get the most out of the expertly curated wellness advice.”
“The advice in Eat, Move, Think is down-to-earth, smart, and inspiring—perfect for everyone, whether you’re an experienced weekend warrior or looking to take the first step towards a new lease on life.”
“Practical, inspiring, and accessible, Eat, Move, Think is the perfect guide for anyone looking to redefine their health and happiness.”