The Best Books About Healthy Eating (part 1)

 

One of the hottest topics in the present is healthy eating. It is difficult to define “healthy eating” because it means different things for each person, depending on their needs and starting points. However, our busy lives don’t always make it easy for us to plan healthy diets. These following books offer a guide to various types of healthy eating and different recipes and hack to keep your eating on track.

  1. Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy: The Harvard Medical School Guide to Healthy Eating

There is a lot of advice about diet and carbohydrates; however, not all of it is grounded by science. Using research to debunk fad diets such as Atkins and South Beach, in “Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy,” Dr. Walter Willett offers a guide for balancing your diet, including the right ratio of carbs, proteins, fats, and other food groups. In addition, he even provides a critique of USDA guidelines about carbs.

  1. The Blue Zones Solution

Blue Zones are defined by Author Dan Buettner as places in the Earth where people have been recorded as living the longest. This book explores diet and lifestyle techniques in areas including Japan, Okinawa, Italy, Sardinia, and more. Dan Buettner with “The Blue Zone Solution” guides how you can apply them to your own daily life. There are also recipes and checklists that you can follow to create your own Blue Zone.

  1. Hungry Girl Clean & Hungry

Today, so many foods have processed with artificial ingredients that can be harmful to our long-term health. In this book, the healthy eating TV show and website tackle clean eating with all recipes that are easy to make using clean ingredients from any supermarket.

  1. Paleo Cooking with Your Instant Pot

An Instant Pot combines a crockpot, rice cooker, and pressure cooker into one pot. It is handy for Paleo cooking because of saving a lot of time. Author Jennifer Robins of “Paleo Cooking with Your Instant Pot” shows you how to use an Instant Pot to easily prepare several Paleo dishes.

Top 10 Sports Books for Kids (part 2)

  1. Baseball: Then to WOW!, by The Editors of Sports Illustrated Kids

History fans will be wowed by Baseball: Then to WOW!, which traces the history over the past century of baseball. This books teaches kids about the evolution, the equipment of the game, and also the story behind baseball frankfurters. It uses a multifaceted approach, with fun facts, text, and pictures, and will have your kids humming “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” before they know it.

  1. Scholastic Year in Sports 2016, by James Buckley Jr.

If your kids are multi-talented athletes that can bounce between basketball, baseball, hockey, and soccer (or at least show their interest in each of them), this book is right up their alley. It provides an extensive recap on the scholastic year in sports so that your kids can catch up on those they may have missed, from MMA, to lacrosse.

  1. Big Book of Who Basketball, by The Editors of Sports Illustrated Kids 

This is a book that any basketball lovers will have trouble putting down! From Michael Jordan, to Magic Johnson, to Shaq, all the great basketball stars are accounted for. Your kids can learn facts, stats, and see pictures of all these legendary players.

  1. The TOP 10 of Everything in SPORTS, by The Editors of Sports Illustrated Kids

You have got to love a great top 10 list. This book takes that fun format, along with Sports Illustrated pictures, in order to tell fans everything about all things sports-related. It gives a fun and detailed look at the world of professional sports and is perfect for any athlete, fan, and benchwarmer.

  1. Big Book of Who: ALL-STARS, by The Editors of Sports Illustrated Kids

This book was written for kids, but many adults could also definitely use it. It will help you have stats on all of the stars, both in past and present. A good primer for your kids to wow their friends with their sports knowledge.

  1. Big Book of Who: Football Revised & Updated, by Editors of Sports Illustrated for Kids

Whether their knowledge of football is wide or not, young football fans will learn at least one thing from this book. Containing 101 football stars that every fan needs to know, this book is arranged in a fun question and answer format.s