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Motivational and Realistic Diet Books with Seniors in Mind

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It can be tough to start dieting as a senior, so we’ve put together this list of books that will help to guide those of us who are more advanced in years to lose a few pounds – it really is never too late to put your health first!

Walk Your Way to Better by Joyce Shulman

This product was recommended by Christina Towle from BuzzBright PR

This is a book about walking your way to better. Everywhere you turn, people, podcasts and gurus promise a simple path to the life you want. But few of them work. Why? Because simply reading the words is rarely enough to call your heart and mind to action. This book is different. Each section provides a thought-starter, insight or story.

But I don’t want you to just read it. I want you to read a section and then lace up your sneakers and head out the door. Because while walking, your brain processes in a unique way, enabling you to recognize the things that are truly holding your back and the changes you actually need to make. You will literally Walk Your Way to Better. Along the way, you will forge a powerful connection between your mind and your body. And bonus — you’ll feel better and become fitter.

Low Carb Cookbook With 4 Ingredients by Pascale Naessens

This product was recommended by Pascale Naessens from Lannoo Publishers

Losing weight has never been this easy. Simple and satisfying low-carb recipes made with just 4 ingredients, by one of Belgium’s bestselling culinary cookbook authors who has sold more than 2 million copies of her books. As Pascale says: *“first and foremost, this is a book filled with delicious recipes.” *With these 65 recipes made with just 4 ingredients or less she has reached the apex of simplicity. She proves that, even without a lot of time, you can prepare delicious, beautiful and healthy food with recipes that take between 10 and 25 minutes to prepare. ‘Lack of time’ is no longer an excuse to keep falling back on ready-made or takeout food. Pascale uses everyday ingredients and manages to bring them together into surprising and delicious meals that take your busy schedule into account and help boost your energy.

Keto Diet Cookbook After 50 by Tiffany Diamond

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

Here is a keto diet book for people over 50 that will help restore one’s youth nature and helps with weight loss. As people get older, more health conditions start to arise such as chronic diseases, heart conditions, low immunity and more. Luckily, the keto diet helps with those issues., This book addresses the keto diet basics, foods to eat, the benefits of the diet, offers over 80 recipes for seniors and more. A great resource for seniors who want to take their heath to the next level.

Melt The Midlife Middle by Jill Lebofsky

This product was recommended by Jill Lebofsky from JillLebofsky

Melt The Midlife Middle: A Beginner’s Guide For Women To The Intermittent Fasting & Essential Oils Lifestyle was written specifically for women in their midlife years and beyond who are struggling with weight gain, have been on a zillion diets in their lifetime and are tired of the, lose-gain it all back and more, weight cycle they’ve been dealing with for years. They are looking for an easy, permanent, weight loss solution. This book shares the science behind intermittent fasting and its many benefits to an aging woman’s overall vitality and longevity in addition to losing belly fat. It gives step by step instructions on how to start intermittent fasting safely and with most benefit, and how you can incorporate essential oils for added support and boosted results. The index includes the 100 most Frequently Asked Questions about Intermittent Fasting. Intermittent Fasting is not a diet, it is a lifestyle perfectly suited for women in their 50’s, 60’s, 70’s and older.

How Not to Diet by Dr. Michael Greger

This product was recommended by Scott Fanello from, LLC

This book is a buffet of scientifically proven ways to lose weight. Dr. Greger wrote this book after writing his bestseller, How Not to Die. His books are built on a philosophy of living longer while staying healthy enough to keep doing the things you love long into old age. There is no other doctor or book that I would trust enough as Dr. Greger’s to take care of my parents or anyone else I know over 55.

The Gut Makeover by Jeannette Hyde

This product was recommended by Nikola Djordjevic from Healthcareers

The Gut Makeover is a great book to introduce a healthier diet to seniors. It explains how our guts need dietary support as we age, how to cultivate beneficial bacteria, and use up the nutrients from food. One of the effects that following the book has is weight loss, but I find it useful for maintaining good gut health in seniors, overall.

Keto Comfort Foods by Maria Emmerich

This product was recommended by Noman Asghar from Fan Jackets

If you’re ready for a diet then you have to take a look at this book. It helps you to make a proper diet plan for 30 days with the full nutrients food either you want to loose your weight or improve overall health. You will definitely enjoy your diet if you follow this book. She is international best seller and well-known author about health.

How To Eat A Low Salt Diet by Jennifer Brannon MD

This product was recommended by Stacie May from Lucky Watcher

With age comes all sorts of increased health risks. The most common ones to look out for are high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease, both of which can be mitigated by a low salt diet. In this diet book, Brannon explains how to reduce the sodium in your diet and gives your practical suggestions on how to find the right low-salt foods for you to enjoy.


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