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Forget the fad diets—this program integrates mindfulness, eating with intention, and interval-based movement to help you live an inspired, healthier, and longer life. In Think Eat Move Thrive, Dr. James Rouse and Dr. Debra Rouse offer a simple piece of advice that goes a long way: stop looking at your habits and body as obstacles and start looking within. By replacing quick Forget the fad diets—this program integrates mindfulness, eating with intention, and interval-based movement to help you live an inspired, healthier, and longer life. In Think Eat Move Thrive, Dr. James Rouse and Dr. Debra Rouse offer a simple piece of advice that goes a long way: stop looking at your habits and body as obstacles and start looking within. By replacing quick fixes with mindfulness techniques and simple practices, you’ll feel better immediately and find lifelong wellness. Based on science-supported medicine and healthy living research, Think Eat Move Thrive provides an easy formula integrating three key components: mindfulness, eating with intention, and interval-based movement. Flexible enough to be personalized for any lifestyle, this program will become as easy and natural as breathing. When we identify the source of our attitudes and redefine our intentions, we can actively move toward realizing our goals. Complete with practices, recipes, and exercises, Think Eat Move Thrive is a proven, life-changing program for optimum wellness and longevity. The time for lasting change is now, and Think Eat Move Thrive is your prescription to reclaim the life you’ve always wanted.


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Forget the fad diets—this program integrates mindfulness, eating with intention, and interval-based movement to help you live an inspired, healthier, and longer life. In Think Eat Move Thrive, Dr. James Rouse and Dr. Debra Rouse offer a simple piece of advice that goes a long way: stop looking at your habits and body as obstacles and start looking within. By replacing quick Forget the fad diets—this program integrates mindfulness, eating with intention, and interval-based movement to help you live an inspired, healthier, and longer life. In Think Eat Move Thrive, Dr. James Rouse and Dr. Debra Rouse offer a simple piece of advice that goes a long way: stop looking at your habits and body as obstacles and start looking within. By replacing quick fixes with mindfulness techniques and simple practices, you’ll feel better immediately and find lifelong wellness. Based on science-supported medicine and healthy living research, Think Eat Move Thrive provides an easy formula integrating three key components: mindfulness, eating with intention, and interval-based movement. Flexible enough to be personalized for any lifestyle, this program will become as easy and natural as breathing. When we identify the source of our attitudes and redefine our intentions, we can actively move toward realizing our goals. Complete with practices, recipes, and exercises, Think Eat Move Thrive is a proven, life-changing program for optimum wellness and longevity. The time for lasting change is now, and Think Eat Move Thrive is your prescription to reclaim the life you’ve always wanted.

30 review for Think Eat Move Thrive: The Practice for an Awesome Life

  1. 5 out of 5

    DonutKnow

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Some good tips 👍

  2. 4 out of 5

    Online Eccentric Librarian

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ I've rated this at 3 stars because although I did not find the book useful, that opinion was a personal preference and likely not indicative of most readers' experiences: I firmly believe many, if not most, will find this inspirational. The book is well written, very personal, and full of sound advice. But it is also an extremely nebulous, new age/hippy, heal the spirit type of approach that unfortunately has never ap More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ I've rated this at 3 stars because although I did not find the book useful, that opinion was a personal preference and likely not indicative of most readers' experiences: I firmly believe many, if not most, will find this inspirational. The book is well written, very personal, and full of sound advice. But it is also an extremely nebulous, new age/hippy, heal the spirit type of approach that unfortunately has never appealed or worked for me. As well, it felt like it was intended for a much older audience, perhaps those retired, as a reminder to keep moving and make life as rich as possible. The book breaks down as follows: Part 1: Think Change, Think Confidence, Think Power, Think Happy, Think Summary. Part 2: Why Eat, Eat Outcomes, Eat Habits, Eat For Your Brain, Eat Summary; Part 3: Move: Move your Perspective, Move your Mindset, Move your Routine, Move your Brain, Move Summary; Thrive. Appendixes include: The TEMT Program, The Next 30 days with TEMT, Recipes. Notes, Glossary. The book stays very personal by bringing in both Rouse and his wife's experiences, history, thoughts, emotions, and spiritual growth. There is a strong emphasis of wellness, love, motivation and acceptance. Topics such as neurotransmitters and how to use them, hormones, fire your critic and hire your coach, the happiness factor, laugh to a longer life, moving from me to we, sugar and aging, destress through diet, and more give an idea of the soft and some scientific topics covered in the book. This is a book needed by many - a spiritual reawakening for the golden years and how to be a fine citizen and good person. What it wasn't was a lifestyle change focusing on diet and health/fitness. It's more about the complete package transformation of body and soul. Reviewed from an ARC.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Martha Love

    The Rouse's have covered healthy mind, body, and spiritual body practices in a very easy to read method! I love how personal this book is and how they disclose so much about their own personal experiences with diet and health and the TEMT plan they suggest. Personalizing all the information and data that they impart helped me to enjoy the book far more than books that read more like text books. Lots of great information and references about diet and lifestyle changes. In fact I can not think of a The Rouse's have covered healthy mind, body, and spiritual body practices in a very easy to read method! I love how personal this book is and how they disclose so much about their own personal experiences with diet and health and the TEMT plan they suggest. Personalizing all the information and data that they impart helped me to enjoy the book far more than books that read more like text books. Lots of great information and references about diet and lifestyle changes. In fact I can not think of anything that they have left out discussing. Generally I pass books I recommend on to friends, but I am planning to keep this one a while as a personal reference. It is just too good to let go of so soon! My thanks to both the Rouse's and their publisher for sending me this book that I won on Goodreads First Reads. What a treasure! Martha Love, author of Mom's Island Bakens: Over 50 Altered Recipes For a Happy Gut and a Healthy Heart

  4. 5 out of 5

    Renee Dougherty

    Love the premise of combining diet, exercise, and spiritual or stress-relieving practice to improve health and promote personal fulfillment. Found the diet portion to contain a little too much reliance on processed deli turkey for snacks. Authors are a little too "perfect" to emulate but oddly inspirational. There's not much here that's not also in every other self-help health title. Love the premise of combining diet, exercise, and spiritual or stress-relieving practice to improve health and promote personal fulfillment. Found the diet portion to contain a little too much reliance on processed deli turkey for snacks. Authors are a little too "perfect" to emulate but oddly inspirational. There's not much here that's not also in every other self-help health title.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Sanja Anicic

    Although it has some good tips, I found most of the sections to be very unrealistic and dull. Especially the eat section: throw away everything that has added sugar, unhealthy fats, is GMO, all the cookies, chocolate, donuts, ice cream, crackers, chips etc. and be content with greens and organic food. It is not taken into consideration that restriction is sometimes more detrimental to the mind then what a piece of chocolate is to the body. Of course, by stating this, in no means do I promote an Although it has some good tips, I found most of the sections to be very unrealistic and dull. Especially the eat section: throw away everything that has added sugar, unhealthy fats, is GMO, all the cookies, chocolate, donuts, ice cream, crackers, chips etc. and be content with greens and organic food. It is not taken into consideration that restriction is sometimes more detrimental to the mind then what a piece of chocolate is to the body. Of course, by stating this, in no means do I promote an unhealthy diet to be happy; a balance of both is the only long-term sustainable lifestyle.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Melanie

    So much psychobabble, I couldn't get too far before giving up on this one. So much psychobabble, I couldn't get too far before giving up on this one.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Mike

    I listened to the audio book and by far one of the best books I've ever listened. So many inspiring things to think about and change my existing life accordingly. Thanks James and Debra! I listened to the audio book and by far one of the best books I've ever listened. So many inspiring things to think about and change my existing life accordingly. Thanks James and Debra!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Marci Stone

    I attended the Sun Valley Wellness Festival a few years ago and went to a workshop by James Rouse. He was fantastic. It was early in the morning and I wasn't quite awake yet for the energy this man has. I remember thinking...this is the most alive human being I have ever met. On my best day, I wasn't anywhere close to this man's energy. I wanted it. His book was not to be released for a few more months, and I had it on my list to order as soon as it was ready. I also follow him on Facebook and I I attended the Sun Valley Wellness Festival a few years ago and went to a workshop by James Rouse. He was fantastic. It was early in the morning and I wasn't quite awake yet for the energy this man has. I remember thinking...this is the most alive human being I have ever met. On my best day, I wasn't anywhere close to this man's energy. I wanted it. His book was not to be released for a few more months, and I had it on my list to order as soon as it was ready. I also follow him on Facebook and I've watched some of his videos that he's done from the treehouse in his backyard. It's pretty cool. This book is good, but I felt like I had heard most of it before. It's common sense...what you eat will affect you; what you think affects how you feel, etc. I loved this statement in the introduction: "This book is designed to make you uncomfortable, push many of your buttons, and get you to leave most, if not all, of your old self behind. From this point forward, commit to letting go of anything that is not presently serving you – guilt, jealousy, perfectionism, regret, fear of failure or success. From this moment forward, commit to being a student of creating the very best life. Open your mind to new thoughts and visions for living, giving, and feeling. Open your body to being a force of strength, beauty, grace, and limitless energy. Open your spirit to being peaceful, grateful, courageous, and loving. Your life purpose is to realize your highest expression; this is your time."

  9. 5 out of 5

    Leanna Manuel

    I received this book in a goodreads.com giveaway and I'm sorry it has taken me so long to get around to reading it and writing this review. A lot has happened in the interval between receiving this book and today. Boy was I ready for the messages contained therein. To be honest, most of the concepts were not new to me. I have been on a similar life path for a while now. The way that the information was presented was fresh and new. The personal writing style that the authors utilized made the inf I received this book in a goodreads.com giveaway and I'm sorry it has taken me so long to get around to reading it and writing this review. A lot has happened in the interval between receiving this book and today. Boy was I ready for the messages contained therein. To be honest, most of the concepts were not new to me. I have been on a similar life path for a while now. The way that the information was presented was fresh and new. The personal writing style that the authors utilized made the information easily accessable and a joy to read. The subtitle - the practice for an awesome life is right on. It is a practice. I also believe that life can be awesome. Get the book. Read it (quicker than I did.) Ready. Set. Thrive.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dana

    This book is inspiring and useful as the author shares examples from his life and his wife's life and their plan for changing lives through positive thinking, diet and exercise. It is not a diet, but a "complete life wellness program." I will admit that I found some of the bits about exercise to be rather intimidating, but I enjoyed that they list different "fitness personalities" and that one of them is "The Tree Hugger" who prefers a naturally active lifestyle over exercising just for the sake This book is inspiring and useful as the author shares examples from his life and his wife's life and their plan for changing lives through positive thinking, diet and exercise. It is not a diet, but a "complete life wellness program." I will admit that I found some of the bits about exercise to be rather intimidating, but I enjoyed that they list different "fitness personalities" and that one of them is "The Tree Hugger" who prefers a naturally active lifestyle over exercising just for the sake of exercise. The dietary suggestions and recipes are healthy and tasty. I like that "Thriving is not a destination, but a journey." So, it is not an unattainable goal. That is good for me. I received this book free to review from Netgalley.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Beverly McCall

    I found this book informative as well as confirming a lot of my knowledge. I liked the layout of the book wherein each of the authors shared their personal thoughts and beliefs in each chapter. The inclusion of the Appendix helps readers to see how the Rouses system works with their day-to-day activities and menus for a month. The inclusion of a daily affirmation helps the reader focusing. I also liked the way the authors anchor their conclusions with research and the references to the Blue Zone I found this book informative as well as confirming a lot of my knowledge. I liked the layout of the book wherein each of the authors shared their personal thoughts and beliefs in each chapter. The inclusion of the Appendix helps readers to see how the Rouses system works with their day-to-day activities and menus for a month. The inclusion of a daily affirmation helps the reader focusing. I also liked the way the authors anchor their conclusions with research and the references to the Blue Zone studies.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Lyn Richards

    I listened to the audiobook version of this book and found all the information easy to digest and consume. I learned a few new tips. I am not sure there was a whole lot new information that hasnt been published in other similar type books. To be fair I did borrow this book from a library and the associated pdf meal plan wasnt available with this version.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Hui Goh

    As a book I anticipated reading, I was disappointed as there wasn't anything new in this, mostly generic self-help advice covered by most lifestyle gurus. I did draw some juvenile entertainment from a chapter on kicking 'but' , but if the deepest impression is left from primary school wordplay, then that might say more about the book than anything else. As a book I anticipated reading, I was disappointed as there wasn't anything new in this, mostly generic self-help advice covered by most lifestyle gurus. I did draw some juvenile entertainment from a chapter on kicking 'but' , but if the deepest impression is left from primary school wordplay, then that might say more about the book than anything else.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lori Hladik

    Hey Drs. James and Debra, Enjoyed your book! I loved the personal notes throughout. Also, the multi media was done very well! I loved looking at a little video clips in the middle of reading. They were appropriate and inspiring. Thanks for putting together the book and sharing your insights. I look forward to trying several of the recipes too! Love, Lori

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Miller

    Loaded with practical strategies for a positive and healthy life this book is so much more than a diet and exercise guide!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tihomir

    It is a pretty inspiring book. I pretty much love all the ideas in there. Definitely, a lot of wisdom which I'm about to adapt in my every day routines. It is a pretty inspiring book. I pretty much love all the ideas in there. Definitely, a lot of wisdom which I'm about to adapt in my every day routines.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Erin

  18. 4 out of 5

    Tien

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sallylm

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kendra Boyle

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Holloway

  22. 4 out of 5

    Noleen Brown

  23. 5 out of 5

    Trish Lombardi

    A great book to jump start life changes!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tracey Fairfax

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tiffiny

  26. 5 out of 5

    Katarzyna

  27. 4 out of 5

    Toboggan Dad

  28. 4 out of 5

    Linda

  29. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Romboletti

  30. 5 out of 5

    Steve Ward

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