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Yogi Times is full of great reads, but there are also some pretty amazing books out there! We know that you are hungry to learn more - not only about yoga, but also about fitness, nutrition, travel, self-improvement, and... well, the list goes on!

This section is all about appealing to your naturally inquisitive self. Not only will you discover the latest books on everything from deepening your spirituality to revitalizing your hormones, you’ll read actual reviews from other yogis.

Whether you’re in search of a little light reading for that upcoming vacation, or looking for a meatier selection to dissect and devour, our reviews have got you covered. So go ahead and get your read on!

  1. the RAWvolution continues - Matt & Janabai Amsden's new book
    Matt and Janabai Amsden have created a hub in Los Angeles’ vibrant health food community. Euphoria Loves RAWvolution is more than a fa
  1. is there anything left for me to eat?
    In a world where a new study seems to come out every week announcing yet another group of “bad” foods, the title of Benita von Klingspor’s book
  1. The Organic Family Cookbook
    The Organic Growing Family Cookbook for growing, greening and cooking together, offers healthy recipes on organic snacks and meals, friendly for the w
  1. Ani's Raw Food Kitchen
    Going raw doesn’t mean cutting back. Learn how to infuse your new live food diet with flavor using creative culinary ideas from Ani Phyo’s Raw Foo
  1. Fix-It and Enjoy-It: Diabetic Cookbook
    The strategic procedure of cooking separate or tasteless meals ends with Fix-It and Enjoy-It. This diabetic cookbook aids in spicing things up and bri
  1. The Modern Ayurvedic Cookbook
    This comprehensive and user-friendly vegetarian cookbook is based on the Ayurvedic tradition of eating according to your dosha. Your dosha, or physica
  1. The Breakaway Cook
    If you feel your homemade cuisine has become a bit mundane, and your taste buds are begging for something new, then check out the The Breakaway Cook.


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