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Positively primal: finding health and happiness in a hectic world

Positively primal: finding health and happiness in a hectic world

Woolf, Emma, author

The primal lifestyle is all about reconnecting: with each other, with the food we eat, with our bodies; with the way we move, exercise and travel, and the work we do. Join Emma Woolf on a journey that will show how you can reclaim the peace that nature provides, find fulfilment every day, and live a positively primal life

Paperback, Book. English.
Published Chichester, West Sussex: Vie, [2016]

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Statement of responsibility: Emma Woolf
ISBN: 1849538395, 9781849538398
Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Physical Description: 355 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 20 cm
Subject: Health.; Health and Fitness.; Mind and body.; Nutrition Popular works.; Health and Wellbeing.

Author note

Emma Woolf is a popular radio and TV personality, author and journalist whose expertise, honesty and humour have touched readers at every age, weight and stage of their lives. A co-presenter on Channel 4's Supersize vs Superskinny, Emma has also had a weekly column in The Times and appeared on BBC2's Newsnight, Radio 4's Woman's Hour, Four Thought and as a regular arts critic on Saturday Review. Follow her on Twitter @EJWoolf.



'I really enjoyed this book - if you're looking at slowing things down a little, then it's def worth a read!'

Happy Wise Owl Blog

'Positively Primal is the perfect antidote to our 24-7 lifestyle. Through research and discussion and full of helpful tips, this book provides us with direction on how to take a step back from the pressures of modern life. As always, Emma Woolf's words provide understanding, comfort and support; I know I will return to them time and time again. a well-balanced and beautifully written companion to life.'


‘I am never happier than when outside, searching for wildlife or on expeditions. The simplicity to life, the fresh air, the elements and activity bless us in ways we cannot possibly quantify. I salute Positively Primal for attempting to bring this ethos to as many people as possible.’


Positively Primal is inspiring and well-researched, showing a depth of knowledge. Many things in this book are quite remarkable. There are passages which I plan to share with my clients, a very mature kind of wisdom on the part of someone who is still young… To read Emma Woolf’s contributions thus is a privilege of its own kind.’


‘This book will inspire you to transform the way you live, and discover a deeper sense of joy. As the book says, “…do what you can to change this world for the better and have fun along the way.”’