It is an excellent opportunity to reflect our eating habits and establish new healthy routines. We made an inventory with the best nutrition books, featuring recommendations from Eugenia Alfine, Bhargavi Arvind, Angelika de Bree, Simone K. Frey, Roxanna Rokosa and Adrian Hodgson.
1. Is Butter a Carb? : Unpicking Fact from Fiction within the World of Nutrition by Rosie Saunt and Helen West
UK registered dietitians Rosie Saunt and Helen West are the founders of The Rooted Project, found out to translate the newest research direct to your plate, and make evidence-based nutrition accessible and interesting .
2. The Longevity Diet : Discover the New Science Behind somatic cell Activation and Regeneration to Slow Aging, Fight Disease, and Optimize Weight
The Longevity Diet may be a set of guidelines for healthy eating developed by biochemist Valter Longo, the director of the Longevity Institute at USC. In his book details what to eat to remain young and live longer, healthier lives.
3. Food and Nutrition : What Everyone must Know® by P.K. Newby
Nutrition Scientist P.K. Newby debunks popular myths and food folklore, encouraging readers to “learn, unlearn, and relearn” the basics of nutrition at the guts of a health-giving diet. She is an inspiring thought leader who speaks internationally about why, what we eat, matters — from farm to fork. Get to understand more about P.K. in our interview.
4. We Are the Weather – Jonathan Safran Foer
In his new book, Jonathan Safran Foer explores the central global dilemma of our time during a surprising, deeply personal, and urgent new way.
5. How to not die by Michael Greger
In How to not Die, Dr. Michael Greger, the internationally-renowned nutrition expert, examines the fifteen top causes of premature death in America and explains how nutritional and lifestyle interventions can sometimes trump prescription pills and other pharmaceutical and surgical approaches, freeing us to measure healthier lives.
6. Healthy for your life by Carrie Dennett
What is health? In today’s diet-crazed culture, health is usually reduced to the amount of the size , but your health is quite a lot. During this non-diet book, Carrie Dennett explains the importance of overall well being of health and offers inspiration and practical tips to assist you nourish mind, body and soul, alongside insights on the way to navigate nutrition news without feeling whiplashed.
7. Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition by Prof Collin Campbell
Conventional wisdom meets research: In ny Times bestseller “Whole” Collin Campbell explains the science behind that evidence. He provides information, supported his extensive nutrition research, what to eat to be in healthiness .
8. Gut: the within Story of Our Body’s Most Underrated Organ by Giulia Enders
Educational, informative and fun! Young scientist Giulia Enders reveals the importance of our gastrointestinal system , discusses how it all works to our benefit for lifelong healthiness – and it’s all written in simple layman’s language.
9. Bad Science: Quacks, Hacks, and large Pharma Flacks by Ben Goldacre
Ben Goldacre masterfully dismantles the questionable science behind a number of the good drug trials, lawsuits , and missed opportunities of our time, but he also goes further: out of the bullshit, he shows us the fascinating story of how we all know what we all know , and provides us the tools to uncover bad science for ourselves.
10. Ever seen a fat fox by Mike Gibney
Essential reading for people who want to urge behind the headlines to know obesity and what we should always be doing about it. Why is it that only humans – or animals within the care of humans – develop obesity? Human Obesity Explored Professor Mike Gibney delves into the history of the relationship with food. He traces the evolution of our modern diet and appears to science to supply solutions to the phenomenon of human obesity.