For those who are worried about which vitamins, supplements, or minerals are best, Tieraona Low Dog, M.D., newest book Fortify Your Life ($26.00, 336 pp) provides an evaluation of which supplements, vitamins and minerals are right based on heath conditions, age, gender and lifestyle.
Eat Naked ($16.95, 193 pp), by Margaret Floyd, touts the importance of organic food in a world overrun by over-processed, unnatural junk foods. Floyd, a nutritional therapy practitioner and certified healing foods specialist, shares her expertise on preparing foods while keeping all of the nutrients and flavor without additives. Included are 40 recipes to encourage the reader to get actively involved in cooking with organics and to help discover the health and positive waistline effects of eating “naked.”
Say goodbye to counting calories or measuring proportions and say hello to overall health and well-being! Eat for Life: The Ultimate Weight-loss Breakthrough ($18.95, 220 pp) by New York Times bestselling coauthor, Harvey Diamond, reinvents the wheel of how to lose weight naturally and sustain a forgiving eating lifestyle.
Younger Next Week ($16.95, 290 pp) by Elisa Zeid, MS, RD, CDN, shows how women can feel younger through simple exercises and recipes rather than expensive procedures or products. The book offers a combined food plan and lifestyle guide that will help women in achieving a rejuvenated appearance, boosted energy, enhanced immunity, and overall vitality. In addition to practical everyday lifestyle tips and healthy recipes like Asian Peanut Chicken and Black Bean Tartines, this book features a 7-Day Vitality Plan, allowing women to gauge their own vitality and nutrition levels and craft a weekly routine ideally suited for them.
Kale ($14.95, 192 pp) is a guide to one of the world’s most powerful superfoods. Author Stephanie Pedersen starts by telling readers all about the nutrients that kale offers and its anti-inflammation and wellness benefits. The fun-to-read guide offers 75 kale recipes and a guide for growing kale.
For kid-friendly recipes categorized into dairy-free, gluten-free and egg-free, look to Allergy-free Cooking for Kids ($14.95, 184 pp) by Pamela Clark. The recipes are accompanied by colorful images and nutritional information. Recipes include: Coconut Rice Pudding, Banana Bread, Mini Meat Pies and Polenta-Coated Chicken.
The Diabetes Solution ($24.99, 261 pp) by Jorge Rodriguez, MD, and Susan Wyler, RDN, has a twofold purpose: to give those with type 2 diabetes the means to help fight it and promote education for readers to understand exactly what it is and what can be done to prevent it. The book combines the latest scientific research on type 2 diabetes and prediabetes with information for diabetics to manage the condition. Some of the offerings for managing diabetes include recipes for all times of day, exercise regimens, and ways to lower stress.