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Adapting Resiliently
A healing journey to vitality by addressing inflammation mind, body and spirit
by Aubrey Mast MPH View author's profile page

Overview


Adapting Resiliently explores the concept of inflammation as it relates to agitation, heat, or discomfort within our mental, emotional, physical, nutritional, spiritual, and social determinants of health. This book seeks to understand what inflammation looks like in each area of holistic wellbeing. Readers will explore what the research is showing about the characteristics of inflammation in each of these dimensions. Also, readers will learn how to neutralize inflammation and stress through tools that increase self-efficacy and actualization, allowing adaptation to stressors with a greater sense of resiliency. This book is a journey towards vitality, consciousness, and optimal wellbeing.
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Description


In my early 20's I found myself in toxic relationships, no longer creating, eating poorly, isolating, and stepping out on my intuitive knowledge. During this time I also developed serious reproductive issues. I was inflamed by the lack of good nutrients, poor relationships, lack of connection with my self, and living on an emotional rollercoaster. So I decided to do something about it. The journey did not happen overnight but each step was worth it. Fast forward 15 years and my journey has led me academically and experientially explore nutrition, wellness, holistic healing, and ways to use food as medicine. Adapting Resiliently was born out of my quest to reduce my inflammation and create a sense of balance and wellbeing in my life. Adapting Resiliently explores the concept of inflammation as it relates to agitation, heat, discomfort within our mental, emotional, physical, nutritional, spiritual, and social determinants of health. This book seeks to understand what inflammation looks like in each area of holistic wellbeing. Readers will explore what the research is showing about the characteristics of inflammation in each of these dimensions. Also, readers will learn how to neutralize inflammation and stress through tools that increase self-efficacy and actualization, allowing adaptation to stressors with a greater sense of resiliency. This book is a journey towards vitality, consciousness, and optimal wellbeing. I learned how to heal myself; mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. I found out that my knowledge is only as good as my willingness to share and connect with others in the journey towards resilient wellness. I have spent the last ten years helping thousands of people reclaim their bodies, intuition, and wellbeing. This path is an unfolding adaptation into resiliency; a wild declaration in vibrant mind-body-spirit healing.
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About the author


Aubrey Mast, MPH is a Nutrition and Lifestyle Professor, Holistic Health and Life Coach, Intuitive, Herbalist, and Personal Plant-Based Chef with over fifteen years of experience. Her undergrad degree is a B.S. in Health and Wellness Promotion, Masters's is in Public Health. In both degrees, her focus was on nutrition. Currently, she is completing her Ph.D. in Mind-Body Medicine. She resides in the mountains of North Carolina. She is frequently found painting, hiking, or sitting next to rivers.
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Book details

Genre:BODY, MIND & SPIRIT

Subgenre:Healing / General

Language:English

Pages:136

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098375089

Paperback ISBN:9781098375072


Overview


Adapting Resiliently explores the concept of inflammation as it relates to agitation, heat, or discomfort within our mental, emotional, physical, nutritional, spiritual, and social determinants of health. This book seeks to understand what inflammation looks like in each area of holistic wellbeing. Readers will explore what the research is showing about the characteristics of inflammation in each of these dimensions. Also, readers will learn how to neutralize inflammation and stress through tools that increase self-efficacy and actualization, allowing adaptation to stressors with a greater sense of resiliency. This book is a journey towards vitality, consciousness, and optimal wellbeing.

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Description


In my early 20's I found myself in toxic relationships, no longer creating, eating poorly, isolating, and stepping out on my intuitive knowledge. During this time I also developed serious reproductive issues. I was inflamed by the lack of good nutrients, poor relationships, lack of connection with my self, and living on an emotional rollercoaster. So I decided to do something about it. The journey did not happen overnight but each step was worth it. Fast forward 15 years and my journey has led me academically and experientially explore nutrition, wellness, holistic healing, and ways to use food as medicine. Adapting Resiliently was born out of my quest to reduce my inflammation and create a sense of balance and wellbeing in my life. Adapting Resiliently explores the concept of inflammation as it relates to agitation, heat, discomfort within our mental, emotional, physical, nutritional, spiritual, and social determinants of health. This book seeks to understand what inflammation looks like in each area of holistic wellbeing. Readers will explore what the research is showing about the characteristics of inflammation in each of these dimensions. Also, readers will learn how to neutralize inflammation and stress through tools that increase self-efficacy and actualization, allowing adaptation to stressors with a greater sense of resiliency. This book is a journey towards vitality, consciousness, and optimal wellbeing. I learned how to heal myself; mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. I found out that my knowledge is only as good as my willingness to share and connect with others in the journey towards resilient wellness. I have spent the last ten years helping thousands of people reclaim their bodies, intuition, and wellbeing. This path is an unfolding adaptation into resiliency; a wild declaration in vibrant mind-body-spirit healing.

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About the author


Aubrey Mast, MPH is a Nutrition and Lifestyle Professor, Holistic Health and Life Coach, Intuitive, Herbalist, and Personal Plant-Based Chef with over fifteen years of experience. Her undergrad degree is a B.S. in Health and Wellness Promotion, Masters's is in Public Health. In both degrees, her focus was on nutrition. Currently, she is completing her Ph.D. in Mind-Body Medicine. She resides in the mountains of North Carolina. She is frequently found painting, hiking, or sitting next to rivers.
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