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Reviewed by Natalie Soine for Readers' Favorite
In her book Addicted to Health, Victoria P. Davis redefines health care to include serenity and happiness in our daily lives, while adapting our lifestyles to overcome addiction to the wrong types of food choices. With detailed activities, Victoria shows us how an all-inclusive holistic approach and the correct food can help us to transform our health and wellness. The book is peppered with Bible verses, helping the reader to better understand the theory behind the lessons and information. “Everything you do - with your body and mind - is an opportunity to worship God.”
Addicted to Health is so much more than a “health” book. Victoria P. Davis guides the reader through what it really means to be healthy and what we can do in our daily lives to accomplish all our goals relating to physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. The book is well researched, well written, and includes a variety of helpful resources for further reading. There is a wonderful section on self-talk and affirmations which help the reader to move forward. The questions we should ask ourselves when seeking a breakthrough help to bring clarity and acknowledge that which must change. The freedom steps serve as a practical guide to identifying obstacles, defining, and achieving personal goals. The prayers help in times when we are not sure what to ask for. Victoria has very kindly provided free resources and worksheets via her website. An absolute delight to read, I recommend Addicted to Health to all adults, young and old.