F-GOALS for gut health!
A great read by Dr. Neal Barnard that connects the dots between lifestyle – largely what we eat – and all kinds of hormone-related topics.
One of the most practical books when it comes to healthy eating – and just a quick 100-page read!
Lessons in longevity from cultures who water ski well into their 90’s!
This book looks at the WHOLE picture of the field of nutrition science and equips you to evaluate nutrition info like a pro.
The why and how of preventing and reversing diabetes.
Kid-friendly recipes and tips on packing lunches, navigating parties and picky eaters.
Chris lays out the research he has collected over the past 15 years and explains how he beat cancer through dietary and lifestyle changes.
Fascinating research about pain-safe and soothing foods!
A conversational approach encouraging us to take charge of our health!
Healthy eating in the early years sets the foundation for both short and long-term disease prevention!
“If you eat standard American food, you will inevitably develop standard American diseases.”
Dr. Neal Barnard offers strategies to keep that organ between your ears functioning at full capacity!
“Nature has provided us with an abundance of natural whole goods. These foods come perfectly packaged with protein, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, and fibers.”
36 quick-read sections addressing hot topics about plant-based eating.
Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn’s approach is pretty simple: get rid of the foods known to cause or promote heart disease.
Proteinaholic: how our obsession with meat is killing us and what we can do about it
Whether you’re a vegan, vegetarian, or meat-eater you should be informed about where your food is coming from and how it was produced. Food Inc brings the ugliness behind our food production industry to light so you can make more informed dietary decisions.
The answers behind why cheese is so addicting and why going from 3 to 33 pounds of cheese a year is a BIG problem.
This quick (1 hour) read answers all of your questions about the deadly obsession with low-carb diets.