Followers of the primal/ paleo/ ancestral movement can now add a new way to burn fat without compromising one’s belief with Primal Endurance ($29.95, 326 pp) by Mark Sisson and Brad Kearns.
Maya Shetreat-Klein’s, M.D., The Dirt Cure ($26.00, 384 pp) discusses how exposure to microbes and nutrients found in fertile soil can transform a child’s health.
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.
Bio-Young ($26.00, 384 pp) by Roxy Dillon, BSc, MSc, shows how women can bring their cellular and hormonal functions back to a youthful level through the use of vitamins, natural oils and food. Focusing on ingredients that can be found at home, this regimen-filled book features simple diets and beauty regimens such as restoring thinning hair with rosemary and smoothing wrinkles with honey.
For every new parent who is looking for answers regarding food and young one’s, take a quick look at The Pediatrician’s Guide to Feeding Babies & Toddlers ($18.99, 256 pp) by Anthony F. Porto, M.D., MPH, and Dina M. Dimaggio, M.D..
The Paleovedic Diet: A Complete Program to Burn Fat, Increase Energy, and Reverse Disease ($24.99, 286 pp) by Akil Palanisamy, M.D., is a “comprehensive road map” for anyone looking to learn how to combine the aspects of the paleo diet with Ayurveda, a traditional medical system of India, for a customizable diet.
For those who would like to incorporate wild food into meals, look no further than Cooking Wild ($35.00, 328 pp), by Chef John Ash and James O. Fraioli.