Small changes add up. That’s the idea behind Better Each Day, my first book, which hit newsstands in the fall of 2011. This project was a natural evolution of my work as a health writer and editor—I was inspired by the life-changing facts dished out by the experts I interviewed and wanted to craft them together into a user-friendly guide. The book is a collection of those gems of wisdom, gathered from more than 200 of the country’s top dietitians, psychologists, physicians, yogis, and more. The simple suggestions range from one-step weight loss solutions to natural treatments for anxiety, thoughtful instruction on developing deeper relationships, and practical tips for reclaiming your health and happiness.

I learned so much in the process of writing this book and I hope that in reading it, you too have the same life-altering results. See below for early praise of Better Each Day, which Chronicle Books published. To purchase your own copy, click here.

What people are saying:

“As an integrative physician, I know that offering patients a variety of healing therapies from which they can choose boosts compliance. That, in turn, improves outcomes. So I suspect it’s a rare person who won’t find something useful—even life-changing—in Jessica Cassity’s collection of good ideas for improving physical, mental and spiritual health.”
—Andrew Weil, MD, best-selling author, speaker and integrative medicine thought-leader

“An ounce of prevention truly is worth a pound of cure. Unfortunately, most people find that in practice, prevention involves too much heavy lifting! But there are ways to spare people that heavy lifting; to turn the road toward health from less traveled, to lesser resistance; and to make the pleasure of vitality and the vitality of pleasure accessible one small step at a time. I am committed to that mission, and clearly, so is Jessica Cassity. In Better Each Day, she makes a masterful, engaging contribution to it. I love the book—and bet you will, too.  Follow even some of Jessica’s tips, and better still—the book will love you back!”
—David L. Katz, MD, MPH, FACPM, FACP, director of Yale University Prevention Research Center and author of Stealth Health

“Enlisting the aid of several leading experts in their respective fields, Jessica Cassity offers a diverse collection of actionable health, fitness, nutrition, and wellness tips that any consumer can easily understand and put into practice each day. I know I’ll live a little better each day by incorporating the sage advice and practical tips offered in Better Each Day.
—Cedric X. Bryant, PhD, FACSM, Chief Science Officer, American Council on Exercise

“Unwritten and underlying Cassity’s lovely and practical guide is this: each day we have an opportunity to improve our health. No one is going to do it for us. Cassity’s sensible compilation of tips and ideas will certainly work magic if we follow them.”
—Mia Birk, author of Joyride: Pedaling toward a healthier planet and president of Alta Planning + Design

“A treasure trove of tips about living smarter, healthier, and happier from the brightest minds in the health and wellness world.”
— Tyler Graham, co-author of The Happiness Diet

“If I’ve learned anything throughout my journey during and since The Biggest Loser, it is that balance is the key to a healthy, happy life. I love that I now have 365 new tools to support me and keep me focused.”
—Ali Vincent, author of Believe It, Be It; How Being The Biggest Loser Won Me Back My Life

“A delightful read of fun, easy to follow suggestions on how to live a life you’ve always wanted—one day at a time!”
—Keri Gans, MS, RD, CDN, author of The Small Change Diet

“I love this book! The tips are intelligent, relevant, and easy to implement which equals… LIFE changing.”
—Ashley Borden, fitness and lifestyle consultant


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