“At a time when politics is more furious and fragmented than ever, when technology is colonising our everyday existence, when medicine is reshaping our lives, we still look to books to make sense of things, to feel ourselves part of a great communal effort to understand our age. These are serious times and they demand serious, intelligent and challenging books.”
Linked article by Alex Preston for The Guardian on Pocket Worthy
Thankfully, we are each uniquely gifted. Our inherent talents, curiosity, and encouragement reveal, develop, and utilize our unique abilities, hopefully when we are young, but it is never too late to become the best version of ourselves.
KAITLIN ANN TREPANIER
Writer, Founder and President of Connecting The Dots With The Respect Principle
“It is not aging that causes a decline in fitness; rather, that a decline in fitness causes ageing. This is the simple thesis of Play On: How to Get Better with Age by the American journalist and sports fan Jeff Bercovici.”
Linked article by Neil Tw”eedie for The Guardian on Pocket
“A growing number of doctors blame sugar consumption for a long list of medical woes. These include diabetes, obesity, hypertension, heart disease, gout, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, many cancers and perhaps even Alzheimer’s.”
Linked article by Olivia Judson for The Guardian on Pocket Worthy
For instance, discovering how sensitive my stomach and body is, and has been since I was little, explains a number of previous ailments and even temperament changes I experienced that are no longer relevant when I eat what I know are the best choices for my optimum health.
“Magical Microbes; How to Feed Your Gut”
Linked article by Amy Fleming for The Guardian on Pocket Worthy