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The Must-Read Diet and Fitness Book Titles of 2014

At least where we are, the weather outside is frightful making it a delightful time to stay inside and curl up with a new book. Though 2013 was full of great reads about health and fitness — did you see our Best Books of 2013? — we’re excited about what 2014 will bring.

Whether you’re looking to try something new or want the latest edition of a diet or expert you know and love, the new year’s new releases have something for you.

burn the fat feed the muscle

Burn the Fat, Feed the Muscle by Tom Venuto

Tom Venuto is at it again with another best selling book. Focusing on nutrition and fitness, Venuto has dubbed this his “nutrition bible.” Released earlier this month, we think this is a great book to start your New Year’s fitness resolutions.

Release Date: December 10, 2013

happy hormones slim belly

Happy Hormones, Slim Belly by Jorge Cruise

Based on science that says women naturally crave carbohydrates, Jorge Cruise’s new book will help women over 40 find the balance between eating carbs in order to balance hormones and cutting carbs to lose weight. Look for it on bookshelves today!

Release Date: December 23, 2013

super shred diet

Super Shred: The Big Results Diet by Ian K. Smith, M.D.

Dr. Ian Smith, author of Shred: The Revolutionary Diet, delivers a new, more intense program in his new book. Designed to help people shed up to 20 pounds in four weeks, Super Shred is a great kick-start for the new year.

Release Date: December 31, 2013

17 day diet

The 17 Day Diet: Breakthrough Edition by Dr. Mike Moreno

One of our top-rated diets gets updated with three new chapters in this new edition by Dr. Mike Moreno. Now including a fasting day, specialized foods, exercises for problem areas, and 50 new recipes, this updated take on The 17 Day Diet is a must-read for those who want to continue the success they’ve had on Moreno’s plan, or want to begin their new year weight loss.

Release Date: December 31, 2013

7 years younger

7 Years Younger: The Anti-Aging Breakthrough Diet by The Editors of Good Housekeeping

The editors at Good Housekeeping have put together a diet plan that will help women and men lose weight and look younger. Billed as a “belly-shrinking anti-aging plan,” the book includes recipes and meal suggestions from popular restaurants.

Release Date: December 31, 2013

younger next week

Younger Next Week by Elisa Zied, MS, RD, CDN

This new book from Elisa Zied features The 7-Day Vitality Plan with menus and exercise guidelines. Expertly written by one of our favorite dietitians, the book also guides readers through the belief that the foods they eat and exercises they do have an impact on how youthful they feel and look.

Release Date: December 31, 2013

the doctors diet

The Doctor’s Diet by Travis Stork, M.D.

Dr. Travis Stork has developed the STAT program to help jump-start weight loss and get people eating healthier foods. The host of the Emmy award-winning show The Doctors wants people to live longer, healthier lives while eating food that’s good for them and tastes great.

Release Date: January 1, 2014

fit bottomed girls anti diet

The Fit Bottomed Girls Anti-Diet by Jennipher Walters and Erin Whitehead

The authors behind the popular site FitBottomedGirls.com, and recipient of our Best of 2013 awards, have a new approach to dieting. Their “Anti-Diet” is inspired by visitors to the site and focuses on empowering women while guiding them through 10-minute workouts. It may not come out until May, but this book is one we think worth the wait.

Release Date: May 6, 2014

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