The Best Books About Healthy Eating (part 2)

 

  1. The 30-Day Ketogenic Cleanse

A ketogenic diet is a low-carb diet which is designed to train the body to burn fat instead of sugar for fuel. “The 30-Day Ketogenic Cleanse” offers a kick-start for people who are new to this dietary regimen or want to return after stopping for a short period of time. It provides meal plans, shopping lists, and tips to maintain the ketogenic diet and information about the negative effects of sugar.

  1. Food Freedom Forever

Cravings, loss of energy, and regained weight are common complaints of yo-yo dieters. “Food Freedom Forever” shows that forming lasting healthy habits will free you from the cycle of dieting and offers tips to find your own healthy eating balance as well as advice for dealing with vacations, holidays, and other social situations which have the potential to derail healthy habits.

  1. The Heal Your Gut Cookbook 

Writing the foreword in “The Heal Your Gut Cookbook,” Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride discusses a wide range of chronic conditions which can be made worse or caused by poor gut health. This book provides various food preparation techniques and recipes to restore the proper balance of healthy bacteria.

  1. Food to Live By

This book takes things back to the basics. Author and co-founder of Earthbound Farm Myra Goodman mostly cooks simple dishes with organic ingredients. The recipes are easy to prepare, including important information about care and handling of ingredients. She also includes photos of her dishes.

  1. Wildly Affordable Organic

Organic food is a healthier choice because it is free of pesticides and antibiotics. Unluckily, it is also an expensive option. This book gives you tricks to eat well without the high price tag and tips to cook easy seasonal meals, make your family’s lifestyle greener, and save money on grocery runs.

  1. At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen

Chef Amy Chaplin applies her love and knowledge of food in a book which is designed to teach the basics of healthy eating. All recipes in this book are vegetarian and many are vegan-friendly, too!