TOP 10 Diet and Nutrition books

TOP 10 Diet and Nutrition books

Reviewed by: N. Watson

Most of the highest rating reviews for 4hb came up on the first day. Given that Tim Ferriss has previously endorsed outsourcing in his Four Hour Workweek, I wonder how many of those highest rating reviews were from his individual assistants abroad.

Written by: Eric Schlosser
Reviewed by: J. Ryan Stradal

I picked up "Fast Food Nation" the moment I saw it mostly because I''ve always known that quickly food is "bad, for you", - but I''ve been both afraid to know why and curious simultaneously. After all, I''ve been hearing the other side of the argument my whole life.

Written by: Joel Fuhrman
Reviewed by: Jeffrey Pelletier

So, six weeks later and I''m done the first stage of Dr. Fuhrman''s Eat to Live nutrition plan. I''m actually impressed about this nutrition plan and thought I''d spread the word.

Written by: Robert C. Atkins
Reviewed by: K. Kreiger

As a health practitioner and a patient of Dr. Atkins'' since 1974, I''ve been aware of the controversy surrounding Dr. Atkins for a long time.

I was a 12-year-old with a 350 cholesterol, who was well on his way to being a 14 or 15-year-old dead from a heart attack. Dr.

Written by: Peter J. D''Adamo, Catherine Whitney
Reviewed by: A Customer

Two of us have been following this plan for over 1. 5 years. My partner lost about 20 pounds in the first few months, without counting portions or calories, and has maintained his perfect weight without effort.

Written by: Sally Fallon, Mary Enig
Reviewed by: A Customer

I was seeing references to "Nourishing Traditions" in other books that I found helpful: The Metabolic Typing Nutrition plan and Life Without Bread. But I delayed more than a year before acquiring Nourishing Traditions. I found out if I knew what to eat, I didn''t need a cookbook too.

Written by: Rory Freedman, Kim Barnouin
Reviewed by: Kelly A. Mchale

As a man who has a biology degree with a focus on diet, an advanced biology teacher, vegie, and a marathoner/triathlete, I was interested to read a book that may give me strategies to use myself and to interest my students in eating better. This book began well and then changed courses rapidly.

Written by: Mike Moreno
Reviewed by: Hannah K

After seeing 2 of my colleagues have awesome success with this nutrition plan, I finally decided to do it myself since I never lost the child weight from having my 2nd kid.

Written by: T. Colin Campbell, Thomas M. Campbell II, Howard Lyman, John Robbins
Reviewed by: Howie Jacobson, PhD

Colin Campbell has made a career of challenging the conventional wisdom around diet, and "The China Study" is the culmination of his work. His integrity, brilliance, and unflinching courage shine via every page.

Written by: Isa Chandra Moskowitz, Terry Hope Romero
Reviewed by: Mike Desert

First off, the food in "Veganomicon" is great. Vegan With a Vengeance was super awesome, but this is the friggin'' Bomb.

Written by: Michael Pollan
Reviewed by: Jesse Kornbluth

What''s better for you --- whole milk, 2% milk or Skim?is a chicken labeled no-cost range nice enough to reassure you of its purity? How about grass fed Beef?what form of soy is best for you --- soy milk or Tofu?about milk: I''ll bet most of you voted for reduced or non-fat.

Written by: Gary Taubes
Reviewed by: maramaye

The brilliant thing about science is that when something is disproved once, it''s disproved forever. The not-so-brilliant thing about public health policy is that it has little to do with science. Everyone in the designed world knows what''s causing our obesity epidemic.

Written by: Pierre Dukan
Reviewed by: LMR

I will keep this review very easy. This nutrition plan worked for me. I am only 5 feet tall and, since the age of 15, have always been a very careful, healthy eater and a regular exerciser.

However, in the past ten years, my weight just continued to creep higher and higher.

Written by: William Davis MD
Reviewed by: Robert Burton Robinson - mystery writer

I''ve been following Dr. Davis'' heart scan blog for the past year, and have found out so much about how certain supplements can stop and even reverse plaque, hypertonia, arthritis, diabetes, and many other health issues. And he talked plenty about wheat, and the many ways it destroys your health.

Written by: Michael Pollan
Reviewed by: Kristine Hale

It is great how complicated we have allowed our diets, and our understanding of our diets, to become. Even Pollan''s most recent book In Defense of Food: An Eaters Manifesto - which seemed to be a pretty easy premise - ended up being a (wonderfully) complicated journey via our food solution.

Written by: David Kessler
Reviewed by: scesq

This is a well-written, simply understandable, interesting book on the very serious subject of overeating. The book is broken into six parts with relatively small sections ranging in size from approximately three pages to eleven pages in length with many in the four to seven page range.

Written by: Missy Chase Lapine
Reviewed by: Sleep Doctor

We dont care who did it first, the Sneaky Chef is the one that operates. Sleep, Physician Dr.

Written by: Robb Wolf, Loren Cordain Ph.D.
Reviewed by: Josh

Let me begin by saying that I have always been a healthy person--or at least that is what I thought. Since I was fourteen, I went to the sport gym almost every day and ate meals that I thought were nice for me. Around the age of thirty I got super busy.

Written by: Elaine Gloria Gottschall
Reviewed by: Rachel Turet

With a awesome deal of skeptisizm, I read "Breaking the Vicious Cycle" over five years ago. Ulcerative colitis was bleeding me to death, not that I had a life much worth living at the time. My world revolved around pain and I could be no further than 30 seconds from a bathroom.

Written by: Sarah Fragoso, Robb Wolf
Reviewed by: Katecali

I admit to being so dissatisfied by some of these recipes that I came back to look at the reviews here again.

Written by: Victoria Boutenko, A. William Menzin M.D.
Reviewed by: Rick Josey

What a cool book. For the past 20 years I''ve been on a quest to eat more natural foodsand, my health enhanced drastically. But I still experienced from junk food cravings.

until I found out Green for Life.

Written by: Eric C. Westman, Stephen D. Phinney, Jeff S. Volek
Reviewed by: Janet Freedman

I have hesitated to write a review because I am one of the success stories in "New Atkins for a New You". However, in light of T.

Written by: Dr. Eric C. Westman, Dr. Stephen D. Phinney, Jeff S. Volek
Reviewed by: Janet Freedman

I have hesitated to write a review because I am one of the success stories in "The New Atkins for a New You". However, in light of T.

Written by: Julie Sullivan Mayfield, Charles Mayfield
Reviewed by: D. Cusick

I received "Paleo Comfort Foods" in the mail just a few days before having guests for the week, and I thought it would be a awesome way to try out some of the recipes. I must tell the book is gorgeous, and the pictures make my mouth water.

Written by: Bill Phillips
Reviewed by: Kala

My fiance did the Body-for-life challenge and lost 40 pounds in 12 weeks. Currently we are 2 weeks in to another Body-for-life challenge and we''ve found the biggest issue for us is lack of interesting food to eat.

Written by: Mark Sisson
Reviewed by: Jon Schipp "Keisterstash"

I''ve been familiar with paleo-lifestyle for about a year now. I recently heard of Mark on an episode of the Lew Rockwell Demonstrate. Wiki: Mark Sisson is an American fitness author and blogger, and a former distance runner, triathlete and Ironman rival.

Written by: Arthur Agatston MD, PhD Joseph Signorile
Reviewed by: Diana L. Diehl

I highly advise "The South Beach Diet Supercharged"--in printed form, not Kindle. I purchased it for my Kindle, and it''s just not formatted well.

Written by: Elana Amsterdam
Reviewed by: B. Hoffman

I''m giving "The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook" highest ratings even though I have had some problems with it, because the author has created a awesome resource for alternative baking.

Written by: Rip Esselstyn
Reviewed by: Mandy Karlik

I''ve read plenty of nutrition plan books and been on plenty of diets but what''s so intriguing about Engine2 is that it''s written by an unlikely character--a triathlete Texan firefighter who is not just a vegie, but a vegan, and not just a vegan but an oil-free vegan.

Written by: Mark Sisson, Jennifer Meier
Reviewed by: Jeff Poulton

My wife and I run a paleo home kitchen. This book is a great addition to our growing list of paleo/primal recipes. What specifically makes "Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals" such a large win is the template and generous use of quality images.

Written by: Bill Staley, Hayley Mason, Mark Sisson
Reviewed by: Stacy

Our family has been lucky enough to gain access to all of the recently released Paleo books. I was pregnant this one to be more of a straight-up recipe book, but it''s so much more. It''s a practical app book for living the lifestyle.

Written by: Mark Sisson, Jennifer Meier
Reviewed by: prairiedogdan

All my readings and life experience (previously working for five years in a natural meals co-op) have now finally converged on the Primal nutrition plan lifestyle as the common sense method to diet (and, for me, backed up by the well-researched book, Nice Calories, Bad Calories by Gary Taubes).

Written by: Kris Carr, Rory Freedman, Dean Ornish M.D.
Reviewed by: Will Riddle

Ok, I didn''t understand how famous "Crazy Sexy Diet" was when I first got it. Apparently it''s a brand with a documentary and Oprah and everyone else behind it. Sorry, I didn''t understand that.

Written by: Brian Wansink Ph.d.
Reviewed by: D. Buxman

Wansink is a food psychologist who specializes in the investigation of the mental and emotional factors that produce us to eat. This book shows that we can lose weight, simply by being more mindful of our eating habits.

Written by: Gene Stone, Dr. T. Colin Campbell, Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr.
Reviewed by: NYVegan

The book Forks Over Knives does a cool work of performing two disparate Tasks:it offers concise explanations of why a whole-foods, plant-based nutrition plan is healthiest for people, the planet, and the animals, Andit provides a wide range of great recipes to help people get began.

Written by: Gary Taubes
Reviewed by: Jodi-Hummingbird

This book is one of the most hight-priority health books I have ever read. (my copy was called ''the Nutrition plan Delusion'' which is the Uk and Australian etc. title of "Good Calories, Bad Calories", I think.

Written by: Loren Cordain
Reviewed by: Jodi-Hummingbird

I''m a large supporter of the Paleo nutrition plan concept and the idea that we need to eat the traditional meals our genes need to be healthy. This book claims to be the last word in describing what our ancestors ate, and to not be just another book full of fads, but it is seriously flawed.

Written by: Sandor Ellix Katz, Sally Fallon
Reviewed by: noemi barabas

This is the only cookbook that I know of that you will read from cover to cover.

Written by: Melissa Joulwan, David Humphreys
Reviewed by: AnitaB

I have been moving toward a full paleo eating style for the past year and a half and I literally own every paleo cookbook available on Amazon. I want I had this cookbook when I was just getting began.

Written by: Kimberly Snyder
Reviewed by: Eric

So why not give "The Beauty Detox Solution" highest ratings? Because the nutrition plan is on the extreme side and leaves me with more questions than answers.

Written by: Evelyn Tribole, Elyse Resch
Reviewed by: reflectionmommy

This is the first book I read on user-friendly eating. It actually made plenty of sense to me. I studied user-friendly eating online, looking at the relevent studies.

There''s not much research, yet, but the research does support user-friendly eating.

Written by: Paul Pitchford
Reviewed by: Rocannon MacGregor

You are going to like this one. It is clear, in depth, detailed, and a joy to read. It covers each food discussed with a powerful explanation of its energetic properties according to Oriental Medicine.

Written by: Lindsay S. Nixon
Reviewed by: Patty Kaye

I haven''t had the opportunity to read Lindsay Nixon''s first book, Excited Herbivore Cookbook, so I can''t make any comparisons. After reading this one, however, I will most likely treat myself to the first book as well.

Written by: Danna Korn
Reviewed by: B. Archer

With its easy Dummies'' method "Living Gluten-Free For Dummies" has definitely enhanced my outlook on being gluten intolerant. Fortunately this is the first gluten-free book I got my hands on.

Written by: Melissa Hartwig, Dallas Hartwig
Reviewed by: Livin'' La Vida Low-Carb Man

Not since Paleo nutritional health stalwart Robb Wolf published his groundbreaking 2010 New York Times bestselling book The Paleo Solution: The Original Human Nutrition plan have I been This impressed about a nutritional health book.

Written by: Weight Watchers
Reviewed by: W. Centala

I got this for my wife as a Christmas gift and she actually liked it for a few various reasons. For one, it has the updated program data in it and goes along those lines, so she liked that. It also is specify up good with nice strong pages and sort of a spiral book set-up.

Written by: Brendan Brazier, Hugh Jackman
Reviewed by: Anthony Torres

Thrive Nutrition plan is a relatively simple to follow program for athletes that have food allergies, are vegan, or just wish to get their diet from whole meals. The hardest thing of going plants only is accepting you can get solid protein and diet.

Written by: David Zinczenko, Matt Goulding
Reviewed by: Josh

I purchased "Cook This, Not That!" at Walmart (paid plenty more for it there) and it was completely worth it. So far, I have tried a half dozen of the recipes, and All of them have been a huge success. One reviewer rights about how it is only restraunt selections.


Written by: M.S., R.D., C.P.T., Julieanna Hever
Reviewed by: B. C. Mclean

I like "The Complete Idiot''s Guide to Plant-Based Nutrition". I like the recipes. I like how it is various from all the other vegan books out there, it is a step up. Instead of being called a vegan book it is a whole-food plant-based how to book.

Written by: Chloe Coscarelli, Miki Duisterhof, Neal D. Barnard
Reviewed by: NotThatGirl

First I must tell I am not a vegan but I am trying to eat less meat and I am working towards a mostly plant based nutrition plan. I have been waiting for Chloe''s book for so long, I pre-ordered and was thrilled when I received it.

Written by: Nora T. Gedgaudas
Reviewed by: claudia

Primal Body--primal Mind: Empower Your Total Health The Way Evolution Tailored by Nora Gedgaudasall, the other five-star reviewers have covered what''s in "Primal Body, Primal Mind", but I wish my 3 minutes to sing praises too. This book is off the diagrams, I''d give it 10 stars if I could.

Written by: Victoria Boutenko
Reviewed by: Timothy B. Riley

I loved Michael Pollan''s book In Defense of Food: An Eater''s Manifesto in which he summed up his research into what we should actually be eating by saying Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.

Written by: Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
Reviewed by: Mark Wilsonwood

Some reviewers give "The Mayo Clinic Diet" highest ratings, others give it 1. So how do you know whom to believe? I think I can help you.

Written by: Joel Fuhrman
Reviewed by: Heather Walton

I first read Joel Fuhrman, M. ''s book Eat To Live May 2007 after my dad died of heart condition.

I have always been a vegie but I have always been overweight as well. I had 50 extra pounds to lose and my general objective has always been health over looks.

Written by: Catherine Shanahan, Luke Shanahan
Reviewed by: claudia

Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Food by Catherine and Luke Shanahan (she''s an Md) is now in my own individual Top Ten books of all time. I could never tell enough nice things about "Deep Nutrition", it''s off the diagrams.

Written by: Weston A. Price, Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation
Reviewed by: Jon Norris

This book distills the research of Weston A. Price, a dentist and independent diet researcher. In a decade of travel around the world, Price and his wife studied the health, dietary habits, and chemical composition of food of dozens of traditional peoples of different racial backgrounds.

Written by: Joel Fuhrman, Neal D. Barnard
Reviewed by: A Customer

In March of 1999 my 40 year old wife was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. I had read Dr. Fuhrman''s book a year before and remembered that this condition could be cured with fasting.

I read the book again and then convinced my wife to read it.

Written by: Randall Fitzgerald
Reviewed by: Paul Tognetti

Just over a century ago, the Congress passed the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906. According to author Randall Fitzgerald it was this legislation that reassured the American public that the food and medicines they were consuming had been thoroughly tested and were secure to use.

Written by: Raman Prasad
Reviewed by: G. Swett

This is my first review but I had to write one because "Recipes for the Specific Carbohydrate Diet" is great. I have made five recipes in the past five days and my 5 year old son (with hard ulcerative colitis) has loved every single one (the rest of the family has loved the food too).

Written by: Tammy Credicott
Reviewed by: mtnlady

I''ve used many various gluten no-cost cookbooks since being diagnosed with celiac condition over 20 years ago. Most had a few recipes I liked and many I didn''t. What makes The Healthy Gluten-free Life cookbook unusual is that I''ve liked every recipe I''ve tried so far.

Written by: Nicole Hunn
Reviewed by: frank r barbara

Thank you, thank you. I have purchased so many gluten no-cost cookbooks and have had very bad results. Gluten No-cost On a Shoestring is very simple to follow.

Nicole explains everything and makes it seem so simple to bake.

Written by: Allan Borushek
Reviewed by: rischet

Too many quickly meals and not enough personal offers listed. General issue is that many items do not have specific amountslike ounces or grams. Instead they are listed as generalitiessuch as average, one, medium, etc.

What is medium for one may be big for another man, etc.

Written by: Rob Thompson
Reviewed by: Ron Skolnik

I have spent plenty of time reading and researching low carb diets. While this does not make me an expert, I have found out plenty over the years. I''ve studied Atkins, South Beach Nutrition plan, the Zone Nutrition plan, Protein Power, and others.

Written by: Loren Cordain, Nell Stephenson, Lorrie Cordain
Reviewed by: B. French

What a disappointment. I''ve never returned a book before now, but honestly, this one was a dust collector right off the bat. Baked apples? Seriously? I don''t know many people who don''t know how to put some cinnamom and nutmeg on an apple and put it in the oven.

Written by: Bob Harper, Greg Critser
Reviewed by: OldAndSmart

My wife saw Bob Harper on morning television around the book launch and said she was ready to try it. She''s lived the high carb, low protein, and low fat lifestyle and never struggled with her weight.

Written by: Jennifer Jolan
Reviewed by: B. Smythe

This is some awesome data. I already lost 1 inch and it hasn''t even been a week. I used the first workout, if you can even call it an workout, for 5 minutes a day to lose the 1 inch.

There''s no equipment needed, you can do it anywhere, and you won''t sweat.

Written by: Robyn O''Brien, Rachel Kranz
Reviewed by: Rui Jie

The food industry pissed off the incorrect Mommy of Four. Sarah Palin might call Robyn O''brien (author of The Sick Truth) a pitbull with lipstick.

Written by: David Wolfe
Reviewed by: Jennifer Ayers-Gould

David Wolfe offers very detailed data about some specific superfoods and also offers scientific rationale (sometimes down to the molecular level) about why these meals are so beneficial for us.

Written by: Elisabeth Hasselbeck
Reviewed by: JBJ

This book is awesome. Of the recipes I''ve tried, I''ve been impressed by how nice they taste, how light and normal they are. These are practical recipes for a family with small kids, yet cater to grown up palettes as well.

Written by: Abel James
Reviewed by: John F Tubman

Been following Abel on his blog and this is a awesome simple read and his method is backed by science as well as common sense. His writing style and background demonstrate that he will be around for awhile and more books should follow.

Written by: John McDougall, Mary McDougall
Reviewed by: M. Lippe

My most loved quote from the book sums up Dr. Mcdougall''s philosophy on health, I have often been asked, You are a physician, so why do you speak against the clinics of fellow physicians? The answer is simple: I never took an oath to defend the financial interests of the health industry. Dr.

Written by: Jennifer Jolan
Reviewed by: Anne Harrison

I can''t even believe this is going on, but just from the first 2 nutrition plan days I''ve already lost 7 pounds. In that time I also ate 2 cheeseburgers, fries, and 3 slices of pizza. So I didn''t even eat healthy the whole time.

Written by: Chris Powell
Reviewed by: Nia

My husband and I began this program on Sunday, 1/1/12. I have been struggling with weight for some time and have yet to find a program that made sense to me until now.

Written by: Michelle Obama
Reviewed by: Richard Cumming

Fedex added the book an hour ago and I whipped right via it. Wow, what a lovely book. It is coffee table sized and filled with marvelous pictures. Our First Lady''s charisma shimmers on these pages.

Written by: Lukas Volger
Reviewed by: Megan England

Let''s face it - those frozen, boxed veggie burgers actually aren''t very nice. They''re filled with chemicals, taste bland and artificial, and have that lovely dry, cardboard texture.

Written by: Robin Robertson
Reviewed by: Blythe Dresser

When my boyfriend went vegie last year I wanted to demonstrate my support for his healthy lifestyle change so I picked up Robin Robertson''s Quick-fix Vegetarian: Healthy Home-cooked Food in 30 Minutes or Less.

Written by: Charles D''Angelo
Reviewed by: Scott McDonald

Know Ye This :i have been a client of Charles for several months now, and I have lost over 40 pounds using the solution outlined in "Think and Grow Thin". When I started the program outlined in "Think and Grow Thin" I was :1) Clinically Obese2) Poorly Controlled Diabetic with an A1c of 9.

Written by: Drew Manning, Bradley Ryan Pierce
Reviewed by: Angelea

When I first saw Drew featured on Cnn''s site, I looked at his Fit photo and made a snap judgement. Washboard abs, shaved chest, whiter than white teeth.

this guy thought he was something special, right? He had to be a boneheaded sport gym rat and I was not going to like him. Nuh uh.

Written by: Jason Manheim
Reviewed by: Joanna Daneman

I like to juice vegetables and fruits and I have a nice buddy who literally dragged himself off Death''s Door by juicing vegetables that allowed him to heal up from an obesity-caused ailment. I can''t think of any better endorsement than that.

Written by: John McLean
Reviewed by: Steve Hoenig

I had began a low carb nutrition plan prior to finding "The Low Carb Revolution" and have found both to be impressive. About the nutrition plan, I was 204 pounds in the middle of Feb. , 2012, and am now below 190, with a target of 180.

Cutting out carbs worked for me.

Written by: Jennifer Jolan
Reviewed by: D. Williamson

Must tell that I just finished reading The Ultimate Nutrition plan Guide - For Busy Women. No Starving, No Food Restrictions, No Sport gym Excercises Required. and am very excited with it and looking forward to try all of the new hints that Ms. Jolan has suggested.

Written by: Joseph Keon, John Robbins
Reviewed by: Bob

Wow, simply great book and a life changing book for me. I have always been a daily milk drinker throughout my babyhood and adult life. Being a nice mother I encourage my kids to drink milk everyday.

Written by: Felicia Kliment
Reviewed by: Ron Cohen

The Acid Alkaline Balance Nutrition plan is a awesome source of helpful data, filling many of the gaps left by other authors of books on diet. Felicia Kliment gives a balanced thread of other approaches, and shows why her program operates.

Written by: Stephen Phinney, Jeff Volek
Reviewed by: Livin'' La Vida Low-Carb Man


Written by: Cherie Calbom MS, John Calbom MA
Reviewed by: W. Barker

Ideal for : Individual Usein a nutshell: This is a very well-thought-out book. We''ve been eating processed meals for so long, it is good to know there is something we can do to help reverse some of the damage they are doing.

Written by: David Kirchhoff
Reviewed by: Marla G. Norris

Dave''s book is brutally honest and gets to the heart of the problems some of us struggle with regarding weight loss. He gives specific advice backed by research and plenty of his individual knowledge after working for Weight Watchers for many years.

Written by: Karen Ansel, Charity Ferreira
Reviewed by: Lil''Dude

I like this cookbook. The stages are simple to to follow and the recipes are delicious. The images are awesome and actually inspire you to try the recipes. I have used this cookbook since my little one began eating solids and he now is eating everything.

Written by: Hilary Greenleaf
Reviewed by: SD Lawyer

I''ve read a few green smoothies book and I''m dissatisfied in most of them. There''s too much fluff and you can literally take out the first 50 pages and not miss anything. All I wish is a specify of recipes that I can use to supplement my daily food.

I also wish these recipes to be very easy.

Written by: Eleanor Noss Whitney, Sharon Rady Rolfes
Reviewed by: mommytoallgirls

This was a required textbook for a Diet class. It is very informational but not written in such a way that it''s hard to grasp. The template of the book is awesome as well.

There are definitions in the margins as well as diagrams and graphs. Good Book.

Written by: Carol Fenster
Reviewed by: J. Armil

When you cook gluten-free from scratch, it''s smart to commit to a few recipe sources, because every source has its own flour blend, and it can make you mad having to pay for, make, shop, and use up, all those blends.

Written by: Catherine Shanahan
Reviewed by: claudia

I like Michael Pollan, and his `food rules'' are nice. Gary Taubes has done some awesome reporting and synthesizing. The American public is slowing growing an understanding that what Large Farma wants you to wish is not nice for you.

Written by: Carole Jacobs, Chef Patrice Johnson, Nicole Cormier
Reviewed by: Internet Shopper

I am new to juicing and I just like "The Everything Juicing Book". It has so many yummy recipes and it gives just enough data on the nutritional aspects of the ingredients. My most loved part is the customized recipes for just about any ailment you can think of. It''s simple to read and well written.

Written by: Tosca Reno
Reviewed by: Livin'' La Vida Low-Carb Man

If you''re a fan of The Eat-clean Diet: Quickly Fat-loss that lasts Forever. by the enthusiastic Tosca Reno and hope this Just The Rules book to be just as nice, then Don''t get "JUST THE RULES. Tosca''s Guide to Eating Right".

Written by: Corinne T. Netzer
Reviewed by: ellen770

Netzer''s Food Counts is an indispensable solution for anyone trying to count carbs. It is well laid out, and has a mind dizzying amount of entries. As a foodie, who eats a lot of varied weirdness, its been a delight that there is nothing I have looked for that was not included.

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Reviewed by: Kimmy

For 99 cents, people need to temper their hope a bit. The guide tells you plenty of the meals you''d hope to be healthy and nice for you and your metabolism. Maybe you know them, maybe you don''t, maybe you just need reinforcement so you can go ahead and actually start eating healthier.

Written by: Health Research Staff
Reviewed by: HonestReviewer

This is one of the best books that I have read on the topic of superfoods, and one of the best I have read on healthy eating in basic. What I actually like about it is it''s usefulness. At the end of the book is a very convenient list of hight-priority meals to purchase at your local grocery shop.

Written by: Becky Clark
Reviewed by: U. Thomas Harris


Noooo. Don''t do it. Don''t get suckered in by the dollar price tag like I did.

I can summarize the book in 2 words. Common sense. Click the look inside book url on the cover and read the table of contents to see the eye-popping hints you will read.

Written by: Allyson Kramer
Reviewed by: Amber Shea

Awesome Gluten-free Vegan Eats is the debut cookbook of the incredible Allyson Kramer of Manifest: Vegan. In short, it is everything I expected from a chef and blogger of Allyson''s caliber, And More.

Written by: Sarah Clarence
Reviewed by: Marg Ruttan

This cookbook has some actually interesting new recipes to try. It gives a broad overview of the many ways quinoa can be used with delicous results. Sarah obviously enjoys cooking healthy food and quinoa certainly falls into the category of being a healthy food.

Written by: John Robbins
Reviewed by: Laura Loescher

I''ve always counted on John''s books to be well-researched, compelling and full of actually eye-opening and helpful data. No Excited Cows is no exception. This book covers a broad range of topics related to food, health and being human in a time of awesome tragedy and suffering on the planet.