We all could use a little health help and a great way to get advice you can trust is by turning the pages of a great nutrition book. But how do you separate the great stuff from the absolute fluff? You read this post, of course. These books will help provide relief from celiac’s disease, keep you trim, and tell you how to eat well while pregnant — among other things. This list is in addition to my first list of hot nutrition books.
Gluten-Free, Hassle Free: A Simple, Sane, Dietitian-Approved Program for Eating Your Way Back To Health is a book that focuses on a no-nonsense approach to the gluten-free diet.
Why I like it: Because one book on celiac’s disease and wheat allergy is not enough, you’ll also want this useful book on your desk.
The Glycemic Index Diet for Dummies is part of the For Dummies health and fitness series that offers information, suggestions and recipes for this low-starch eating plan.
Why I like it: Not being a huge fan of diets in general, I can still appreciate this book as a good source of information about the effects of carbohydrate-containing foods on blood sugar levels.
Expect the Best: Your Guide to Healthy Eating Before, During, and After Pregnancy is a book written by the American Dietetic Association and Elizabeth M. Ward, RD. Expect the Best offers information to moms-to-be so that they can receive the nutrition they need prior-to, during and after pregnancy.
Why I like it: Parents these day want the absolute best for their kids. Why not make sure your efforts are worthwhile with this evidence-based information?
How to Eat Well & Not Wear It is a book written by Nancy A. Bennett that covers how to make healthier food choices. The book has an engaging approach to weight loss and nutrition.
Why I like it: Besides a cute title, this book actually has very useful nutrition information so you can enjoy learning how to eat healthy.