Lynora Bayless

DIY Health Resources

Educating Yourself About Health

  • Must see documentary -
    Forks Over Knives - available for viewing on Netflix or for purchase online.
  • The China Study by T. Colin Campbell - This is one of the most comprehensive health studies ever conducted and Lynora believes it to be the most important book on nutrition and health you could read.
  • Devoted Bodies by Lynora Bayless focuses the health conversation around the spiritual principles of “living free” and “practicing stewardship.” The book includes recipes, meal plans, menus and even grocery lists.
  • The true Health “DIY-er” will benefit from membership with Wellness Forum Health. Membership not only provides a search engine for science-based decision making, but an up-to-date dialogue around current health topics with Dr. Pam Popper, the organization’s founder. Dr. Popper is an outspoken advocate who calls to account any individual, organization, association, lobby or business with an agenda or priority that interferes with distributing truthful information regarding public health.
  • Lynora’s DIY Helps to Optimum Health

Getting Your Mind Right Resources

  • The 4:8 Principle by Tommy Newberry is hands-down Lynora’s favorite book for working on your thought life.
  • Lynora also enjoys the work of Brene Brown. Brene doesn’t write from a spiritual perspective, but has much to say on the quest to live wholeheartedly, a healthy and deeply spiritual pursuit. The Gifts of Imperfection is a great place to start.

Jump-Starting Your Nutrition

  • RECIPES - For healthy and great-tasting meals, snacks and desserts, you will find everything you need in Lynora’s Devoted Bodies and at Devoted Bodies will get you on the plant-based path with all the helps you initially need. The Forks Over Knives website is Lynora’s go-to spot for additional recipes—from Indian food to game-day finger foods! Both resources use whole foods, no oil, no added sugar and delicious spices.
  • SUPPLEMENTS - If you use supplements, you owe it to yourself to explore the science behind the whole-food vs. the vitamin approach. Most people take supplements to bridge the gap between what they eat and what they should eat. The key is getting in more plant foods. For over two decades, Juice Plus+® is the only supplement Lynora uses and recommends for a couple of reasons—the products are food (with food not supplement labels) and there are 30+ published studies showing the exact benefits derived from taking the products.