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Me Before You by JoJo Moyes...

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The Gifts of Imperfection b...

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The Life-Changing Magic of ...

3.53 avg rating — 254 ratings — published 2014 — 7 editions
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Thomas Jefferson and the Tr...

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Mr. Mercedes by Stephen Kin...

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The Magic Strings of Franki...

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The Body Book by Cameron Dí...

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A 30-Minute Instaread Summa...

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“Fitting in and belonging are two separate things. Fitting in involves people changing themselves in order to be accepted. Belonging allows people to be accepted as they are.”
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“People will do some things for great sums of money that they would not do for smaller amounts.”
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“The modern American lifestyle is a main risk factor for leaky gut.   Analysis Leaky gut is far more prevalent in the United States than in Europe. A culture of convenience has found its way into much of the American diet. The US food industry produces packaged and processed foods that rarely spoil and produce that is engineered to be shipped over long distances but not to be nutritious. It uses insecticides that ease farming but put toxins into food. Its genetically modified crops allow companies to feed millions while generating herbicide-resistant weeds. The American diet is mainly composed of processed foods. About 70 percent of the food people in the United States eat is processed. [6]”
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