Seven leading dietitians have written these incredible books on how to guide your eating habits. What advice to avoid, what foods to focus on; you will find everything you will ever need to know about diet. There is so much information it will be enough to write a custom dissertation based on it and even more.
We’ve reached out to amazing dietitians and they’ve provided us with their highly coveted books, meaning you won’t need a dietary appointment ever again!
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Authored by Nicole Magryta, a 20-year veteran of clinical nutrition, Nourish Your Tribe: Empowering Parents to Grow Strong, Smart, Successful Kids aims to change your family’s relationship with food. Using clear parenting techniques, illustrations, and the latest scientific nutritional recommendations, Nicole helps to maximize your family’s lifelong health and minimize illness in a society plagued by horrible eating habits.
It’s time to throw out those fad diets and start eating in a way that’s sustainable and healthy – but most importantly enjoyable. Registered Dietitian Megan Casper outlines all she teaches her clients to lose weight and get you to your best and healthiest you – with tips for ways you can start today. If you’re tired of yo-yo diets, or have no idea where to get started, this book is for you! You’ll go away a nutrition expert, and know exactly how to get started with a healthier lifestyle.
The Ultimate New Mom’s Cookbook is a recipe book for pregnant and lactating moms and includes recipes for baby’s first year. It is unique in that the recipes include variations that the whole family can enjoy! It contains beautiful photographs as well as special informational sections like Introducing Solids, Food Safety for Infants and Portion Sizes for Babies and Toddlers.
Teddy Tries a Veggie is the first book in the Smartee Plate nutrition e-book series for 4-8 year old kids and introduces an almost-six-years-old girl Theodora (Teddy) Rose and the fruits and veggies residing in her garden through unique, fun, innovative elements utilizing the latest Apple technology including touch-and-learn icons, pop-up fun facts, silly sound effects, a drawing tool, engaging questions, and a yummy recipe. The book encourages cooking as a family and opening an important dialogue with kids while making the experience of reading a Smartee Plate book loads of fun for little ones. The book was a 7th Annual Taste Awards Finalist and a B.R.A.G Medallion Honoree. Print copy is coming soon.
Intuitive Eating is different than nearly every nutrition book out there because it’s not a diet or weight loss book. Instead of teaching the readers what foods are good and what they should be eating, Intuitive Eating invites the reader to learn a totally new way of relating to food and discover what works for their individual body and life. Intuitive Eating fundamentally rejects diets, rules about food and attempts to lose weight. Rather than looking to external factors to tell us when, what and how much to eat, Intuitive Eating looks to the internal wisdom of our own bodies and teaches us to reconnect to and honor that intuition.
I have found this to be incredibly useful both as a practicing RD counseling clients as a well a book to recommend to non- RD friends suffering from GI symptoms. This book explains the many ways someone might be suffering from a bloated belly. It not only determines the cause but also teaches you limit digestive symptoms and guides you towards foods you should be eating. There is also a very useful quiz that helps you determine what might be causing your bloated belly. Lastly, there are recipes that are specific to your bloated belly. Overall, I absolutely love this book and I could not recommend it more!
A classic in the world of us dietitians, this book is great for addressing how to cope with emotional eating and heal from a lifetime of dieting, which can interfere with our health goals and leave us frustrated. The book is an anti-diet approach, which many dietitians are supportive of due to the inadequacy of diets to product long-term health and wellness.
This is another tried-and-true reference that many dietitians utilize, despite the fact that it was originally published in 1987. There are fantastic tips for addressing picky eating in kids, as well as ways to make mealtimes stress-free and enjoyable. This book covers nutrition and eating from newborns to teenagers, so it’s a fantastic reference.
This is no ordinary cookbook – none of the recipes involve cooking. Rather, this is a book about raw food – the simple, fun and delicious building blocks of health and vitality. Be inspired to start “un-cooking”. Heating food can destroy the vital enzymes it contains, and diminish its nutritional value. Raw foods, in contrast, reach you exactly as Nature intended them to: full of the nutrients you need to live well and live longer.