Heather has published seven books and more than 100 scientific articles. She has appeared on radio shows, podcasts, and her work has been featured in magazines such as SELF, Real Simple, Women’s World, O the Oprah Magazine, and dozens more, as well as in news publications such as The Time London and the Chicago Tribune.

Even with her extensive education on wellness, Heather’s outlook shifted when her eldest son was diagnosed with Chron’s disease in 2018. She was forced to rediscover what it means to live a healthy, happy life for her family. Her journey is captured in her No. 1 new release book, Invisible Illness, a guide to reducing overwhelm and achieving optimal health while living with an autoimmune disease. Through eye-opening research and personal stories, Heather provides scienced-backed solutions, simple health tips, and nutritious recipes that everyone can use on their wellness journey.

Invisible Illness Offers:

  • Simple science-based health tips
  • How to create healthy and tasty meals
  • How to move more, sleep better, and eat healthier
  • How to use journaling as a simple, inexpensive, and effective health tool
  • How to reduce stress and be more productive
  • What your poop tells you about your health
  • BONUS: 50+ anti-inflammatory recipes

A researcher’s inspiring journey to regain her son’s health. Packed with anecdotes and urgently important science-based tips to reclaim and maintain vibrant health. A wonderfully empowering prescription for wellness.

-Naomi Whittel, New York Times bestselling author of Glow15

This is not just a story of how a Mother helped her child when faced with an invisible illness; this is the story of how a Mother, Scientist, and Parent, learned, grew, and overcame the medical models’ inability to help humans, and not illnesses. The book is PACKED with resources, solid advice, and things I wish I knew when my kid was sick.

-Michael J. Breus, Ph.D., Author of the Power of When and Energize

In addition to Invisible Illness, Heather has co-created journals designed to improve health through science-based journaling. Topics of her journals include:

Healthy Moves Wellness Journaling

Heather Hausenblas and her colleague Mandy Milla, MS, joined forces to improve people’s health and wellness through science-based journaling. The pair have created a series of journals to assist with:

  • Practicing Gratitude
  • Reducing Anxiety and Worry
  • Tracking Food Sensitivities
  • Tracking Gut Health
  • Overall Exercise and Fitness
  • Movement and Sleep for Kids and Teens

Learn More and Purchase Health Moves Journals Below!