Your diet is crucial to promoting health and happiness in your life! That’s why we would like to share our favorite books for the ladies – these books are so helpful in navigating the world of food and diets, and help make sure you are in control of your health.
Break Free by Suzi Conklin Nance
This product was recommended by Newport Center for Hypnotherapy
While the, what, when and how to eat, to regain your health and let go of excess weight, is certainly laid out in this book, the main focus is really about discovering and releasing the long-held, false, and outdated core beliefs creating roadblocks between us and the life we truly want. It’s about our conscious and subconscious minds and the rub between the two. It’s about understanding the immense power of our subconscious mind and why we so often find it opposing our conscious choices. It’s a blueprint, with a little…(ok a lot) of hypnosis/self hypnosis—self-hypnosis to help you access and harness that amazing power and start living a life you love in the body you want and deserve!
Flab to Fab in 8 Weeks by Allison Jackson
This product was recommended by Allison Jackson from Allison Jackson Fitness
Online fitness and nutrition coach and professional figure competitor, Allison Jackson shares her 8-week program to drop the flab without sacrificing the foods you love. Best of all, as a busy mom herself, she shares how to meal prep, get the family involved and make time for workouts — all while working full-time. Now you can learn how to reach your fitness goals with this easy-to-follow plan
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Complete Food and Nutrition Guide by Roberta Larson Duyff
This product was recommended by Lynell Ross from Zivadream
This book provides everything a woman needs to know about nutrition and weight loss at every age. Roberta Larson Duyff is a Registered Dietitian who provides you with the knowledge you need to eat well, maintain a healthy weight and thrive. She covers facts from portion sizes and food groups to healthy fats and carbohydrates. The book offers savvy shopping and kitchen tips as well as how to eat healthy at every stage of life. Tips for healthy breakfasts, snacks, and meals are sprinkled throughout, in addition to food safety and cooking tips. This book is a must read for every woman who wants to learn how to reach her ideal weight the healthy way and maintain it.
The Binge Cure by Nina Savelle-Rocklin
This product was recommended by Tracy Lamourie from TracyLamourie
Not only has Dr. Nina been featured nationally on the Dr. Drew podcast, but she is also a bestselling author, the host of her own popular L.A Talk Radio show, and television commentator – all on the subject of eating disorders – and how they’re not what many people think they are. 8 million Americans believe they have no willpower, no control, or that they’re food addicts. Instead, they have a treatable condition that can be healed with psychotherapy. …It’s not what they’re eating that’s the real problem; it’s what’s eating ‘at them.
The Women’s Health Diet by Stephen Perrine
This product was recommended by Osama from Outfitrs
This book was very interesting and has given me a lot to think about. With so much in the news media these days about eating a plant-based diet rather than meat or dairy.
The Happy Hormones Guide by Shannon Leparski
This product was recommended by Linda Morgan from MotivationNook
Certified Hormone Specialist, Shannon Leparski, provides readers with a comprehensive guide to how your diet is the key to hormonal health. Reduce PMS symptoms and increase your energy levels with this diet book for women. The two-part guide gives a holistic overview of female hormones followed by recipes to support each phase of the cycle.
Start Where You Are Weight Loss By Shelli Johnson
This product was recommended by Shelli Johnson from Start Where You Are Weight Loss
This is not a diet book but instead a book about changing your mindset about eating and your relationship with food. I’ve lost 160+ pounds naturally and kept it off for 8 years and counting. The key to effective and permanent weight loss is to answer this question: /if it’s not about food, then what is it?/ This book will help you answer that question for yourself so you can eat what you want, lose the weight, and keep it off. The book has been featured in PEOPLE magazine, PEOPLE TV, The Charlotte Observer, FOX46 Good Day Charlotte, and NPR’s Charlotte Talks. If you’ve ever been afraid of food, felt ashamed of your body’s size, been on a diet or lots of diets that didn’t work out for you in the end, felt trapped by eating guidelines, and/or given up on trying to lose weight, know this: You are not alone. This is not just another weight-loss book, it’s also an invitation for you to delve deeper into who you are so you can keep the weight off permanently. You will: learn why you use food in a way it was never intended and how to change that, discover what works best for you and your body so you can honor your own preferences., master how to create a lifestyle that is true to what matters deeply to you so you can become the person you envision yourself to be. My hope is that you’ll use these pages to facilitate your healing, realize your amazing potential, and free yourself from diets and dieting forever. I hope this book will be a source of inspiration, motivation, and encouragement for you to create a life that you love and a body that feels like home to you.
The 30-Day Ketogenic Cleanse by Maria Emmerich
This product was recommended by Nicolle Harwood Nash from The Workout Digest
Written by Maria Emmerich this is book can be looked at as different version of ‘The Ketogenic Cookbook’. The book is full with a lot of keto diet information as well as a few charts on how much fats and proteins are in different cuts of meats. Then you also have an exhaustive chart with plants and their nutritional information. Once you get to the recipes part you will be amazed by how many brilliant ideas the book contains. You can’t really tell it’s a diet book. All the recipes are super tasty and easy to prepare. You don’t even need to be good at it and you will be able to cook delicious meals. Maria included little icons next to each recipe to flag under what category each food falls into. You have egg-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, net-free, and many, many more categories. This will make it very easy to browse through all the recipes and pick the one you want. Some of the recipes also include links to instructional videos, which are easy to follow along even if you are new at cooking your own food. They made it really simple for the reader. To make things even easier, you also get a shopping list for the 7-day meal plans. All the meal plans are based on the recipes from the book of course. Maria suggests using the left-overs from certain day the following day so you save both time and food.
My god.. The amount of misuse of the word “science” in this debate is incredible. Science is not 1 or 2 studies and my opinion and my feelings.