The Well Path – Book Review

The Well Path

The Well Path – Lose 20 Pounds, Reverse The Aging Process, Change Your Life by Jamé Heskett, M.D. – Book Review

Have you ever felt like a failure because, in spite of the goals that you set for yourself, or the fact that you’re an extremely high-functioning woman in most aspects of your life, your weight and appearance don’t represent your best self?

Jamé Heskett understands. She’s spends her days as a Medical Doctor listening to highly successful woman who have tried everything that they can to lose excess weight and decrease the odds of developing diseases associated with being overweight and aging – and says that it’s precisely because women “try everything” that “nothing works”.

Jamé says that the emotional toll of “trying everything” takes an enormous physical and emotional toll on our bodies:

  • Chronic dieting and calorie restriction
  • Trying every fad diet and exercise regimen that comes along
  • Regularly juice cleansing and detoxing
  • Over-exercising or under-exerting ourselves
  • Living with stress, anxiety and depression
  • Feeling like a failure

She developed The Well Path to show women that there is a better path from fat to fit and from sickness to health!

The Well Path is a 60-day program that teaches you to take a series of small steps that brings your body back into a state of balance so that you can thrive. The program focuses on helping you achieve a state of homeostasis, which means you obtain a good night’s sleep, eliminate hunger pangs and food cravings, and improve your energy and memory, among other things.

On this program you focus on adding nutrients, not depriving your body of food.

Jamé believes that in order to lose weight, you first have to heal the damage you’ve done to your bodies after years of dieting. The Well Path contains a detailed week-by-week and day-by-day calendar of lifestyle changes and challenges that help you improve your health by focusing on circulation, hunger, activity, nutrition, general health and exercise.

The Well Path is the perfect book for any woman who wants to change her life and health for the better and is looking for an integrative, holistic approach to health – not just another diet and exercise program.

I rate this book 5 out of 5 stars.

Dr. Jamé Heskett Discusses The Well Path

About Jamé Heskett, M.D.

Jame Heskett

Jamé Heskett, M.D. is the founder and director of Wellpath, an anti-aging and wellness center in New York City. Dr. Heskett received her M.D. in family health from George Washington University and completed her postgraduate residency training at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, rounding out her medical practice with a formal education in homeopathy and naturopathy which she integrates into her practice. The mother of three children, she lives with her family in New York City.

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  1. That sounds like a great book. Have a terrific weekend.

  2. Melissa
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    says:

    This book sounds very interesting!

  3. The Well Path sounds like the perfect book for me. The subtitle alone says it all. We all want to look good, feel good, correct imbalances and many of us want to lose weight in a safe, sane holistic way. I am so glad you reviewed this wonderful book. I am going to add it to my must read list.

    • Create With Joy
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      says:

      Awesome Deborah – it will make a great book for your health library!
      Thanks for hosting your wonderful party each week.
      Look for more wonderful resources to come!

  4. I’ve been working on a few areas of improvement in my own life over the past year. I think it would the perfect time for me to read this book!

    Thanks for being a part of the tour.

    • Create With Joy
      Twitter: CreateWithJoy1
      says:

      I am SO happy I had a chance to be a part of this tour Heather –
      The Well Path is a wonderful addition to my home health library!
      Now is the perfect time to read this book! 🙂

  5. It’s such a pleasure to read and share your helpful and informative review of The Well Path. Thank you for partying with us at the Healthy, Happy, Green and Natural Party Blog Hop. I’m pinning and sharing this!

  6. trish says:

    I like that this doctor takes a whole body approach! Too often we treat symptoms and not the root causes.

  7. Sounds like a much more healthy approach than a lot I’ve seen. Thanks for sharing with us at the LMM Link-up!

  8. Savvy says:

    Did you try her program? If so what were your results?

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