Sorted: The Active Woman's Guide to Health
Sorted: My Video Review of a Health Book
As you all know, I (Claire) am a firm believer in leading a healthy lifestyle, and so I was so thrilled when Juliet reached out to send Our Mummy Life her book - Sorted: The Active Woman's Guide to Health. Dr Juliet McGrattan is a GP in the UK; she is truly inspiring, with serious enthusiasm for leading an active & healthy lifestyle. Based on her knowledge & experience, you're in good hands when purchasing this book - knowing you'll get sound, practical advice.
The book is an informative 'handbook' that every woman should have on their shelf - allowing you to turn to it when you want to know more about things like 'wearing the right bra, staying active during your pregnancy, or exercising during your period'. The information is to the point, and easy to understand - but also references studies & links for further information should you want to know more about a topic.
The book covers these 17 chapters:
- Why Bother?
- New Mums
- The Pelvic Floor
- The Menopause & Beyond
- Mental Health
- The Digestive System
- The Skin
- Feeling Tired all the Time
- Muscles & Joints
- Common Illnesses
- Common Injuries
- Common Medical Problems
- Long-Term Medical Conditions
- Finding the Time & Motivation
You can purchase the book through this Bloomsbury UK link and receive a fantastic 25% off (hard copies only - ships Worldwide) using the code 'sorted25'. At full price, you can also purchase it on Amazon UK or Amazon FR or Amazon.com
Take a look at my video chatting about the book, and read more about Dr Juliet McGrattan below. Also feel free to leave us a comment with your thoughts or any questions you may have about this book (or for Our Mummy life) x Claire
"I'm Juliet a GP, health writer and a mum of three. I'm passionate about helping people find health and wellbeing through being active. There are so many barriers that stop women exercising - physical, mental and social so I wrote Sorted: The Active Woman's Guide to Health to break down some of these barriers and let all women experience the joy that being active brings."