Feed Your Mind With 12 Scientific Nutrition Books

March 10, 2020
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If there’s one most misinformed area of literature, it has to be nutrition and healthy eating. There have been decades of food wars. Wars on sugar, on fat, on this and that…

We’re putting all that to rest by basing our top choices on recent research conducted by nutrition scientists and whose studies are reviewed before publication. These books are leading the charge for truth around nutrition, which is why we’re making this list.

If you truly want to improve the way you’re eating, step right this way; you’ll see changes come soon enough!

Dr. Bob’s Guide to Prevent Surgery by Dr. Bob DeMaria

This product was recommended by Dominic DeMaria from Drugless Doctor

There are countless surgeries that take place each year that could be prevented with proper nutrition and lifestyle changes. This book is the foundation to doing so.

Deep Nutrition by Catherine Shanahan M.D.

This product was recommended by Ryan Hunter from RH12 Fitness

Deep Nutrition provides a complete overview of how nutrition directly effects our general health. The book offers a very scientific view into, what food should be eaten, what food to stay away from, and how nutrition effects our DNA expression.

Why Stomach Acid Is Good For You- Dr. Jonathan Wright

This product was recommended by Erik Levi from HolisticNootropics

This book gives people a real understanding of the fundamental role that stomach acid plays in good digestion and how the use of antacids may be doing more harm than good.

Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms? by Dr Datis Kharrazian

This product was recommended by Erik Levi from HolisticNootropics

This is the most comprehensive, nuts to bolts book on how to understand thyroid symptoms, interpret thyroid lab results and the things you can to improve thyroid health.

Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Complete Food and Nutrition Guide by Roberta L Duyff

This product was recommended by Michael from Robust Kitchen

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the only nutrition book I’ve found that lacks an obvious agenda. Many of the best-selling nutrition books are by authors who find evidence to support a diet that works solely for them. The misconception here is that one diet does not fit all. The best books are those that break down the nutrients of the food, one by one, and explain their effects on the body (short term and long term). The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics does this using language that can be understood by someone with a basic vocabulary.

Nutrition by Joan Salge Blake

This product was recommended by Stefanie Lesser from Hope & Love Radio

This book teaches us the science of nutrition and how we can apply it to our personal lives. It covers high emerging topics such as leaky gut syndrome includes all the new dietary guidelines..

How Not to Die by Michael Greger M.D. FACLM

This product was recommended by Allie Gregg from SeniorAdvice

I love this book because it tells you not only his recommendations but he backs it up with tons of scientific evidence (148 pages of references to be exact!) More than that he writes in a clear and concise manner that is easy to read. Lastly, he shows people how to begin implementing changes in his Daily Dozen section. It does a wonderful job of saying exactly what to do and how often. There are over 3,000 five star reviews on Amazon so it’s definitely my pick for best scientific nutrition book.

The Diet Myth by Professor Tim Spector

This product was recommended by Elliot Blackler from Evopure

Tim Spector’s very readable and explains the science behind what we eat, why diets don’t always work, and exactly how our digestive system works. I came away from this book with an intimate understanding of how to tailor the way I eat for my body’s needs and an enormous respect for the impact what we eat has on our digestive system and microbes.

Foods to Fight Cancer by Richard Béliveau

This product was recommended by Rebecca Adams from My Alchemy Skin Care

As a cancer survivor working hard to change my internal environment and lifestyle, this book has been very useful to help me understand the nutritional benefits of anti-cancer foods and why they are important for me to incorporate into my diet. Inspired by the power of plant-based foods, I’ve created a skin care line, essentially products that are food for skin. Did you know what you put on your skin, your bodies largest organ, is absorbed inside into our blood? This is pretty scary considering all the dangerous and toxic ingredients in many of our personal care products. I need good healthy things to support and maintain my recovery and it sure seems to be working. I’ve been in remission now 29 months!

Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole

This product was recommended by Colleen Christensen from Colleen Christensen Nutrition INC

The Intuitive Eating book is like a breath of fresh air! This is the most sustainable, long-term nutrition solution out there. Backed my research this style of eating will allow you to live your life (enjoying that birthday cake!) while still eating in a way that fosters health.

What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know About Nutritional Medicine May Be Killing You by Dr. Ray Strand

This product was recommended by Shawn Lockery from NemaMetrix Inc

The book is impressive that covers the antioxidant advises up to date. Unfortunately, most doctors still don’t understand the importance of natural antioxidants, but instead blindly only trusts drugs. The book shares the nutritional information of the food and how it cures. Especially, I now see how helpful and important the Grape seed extract is in many sickness cases, besides increasing the results from the vitamins and minerals. Most doctors receive very little or no education about the role of nutrition, exercise, stress, etc. Most of our modern diseases-diabetes, heart disease, autoimmune disorders, arthritis, etc. are due to poor nutrition, unremitting stress, little sleep, lack of exercise, environmental toxins, and poor gut health.

Finally Full, Finally Slim by Lisa R. Young PhD RD

This product was recommended by Ali Hasan from Film Jackets

It is a very useful book for those who are conscious about their health. She explains our bad habits of eating extra food that causes health issues. Eating proper portion and avoid sodas, pizzas and other things that causes weight gains and obesity.

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