I followed Australian journalist Sarah Wilson before she wrote the New York Times best-seller “I Quit Sugar.” She’s inquisitive, thoughtful and a total biohacker, as shown in her new book, “First, We Make the Beast Beautiful.” In it, Wilson details her lifelong struggle with chronic anxiety, among other conditions, such as Hashimoto’s disease, and searches for ways to manage. We all face anxiety at some point. It’s good to understand it and some ways to deal. Wilson chats with many people about the frailties of being human, including the Dalai Lama, and writes what she learns in ways that resonate;

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