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March is National Nutrition Month

Mar 1, 2021

I have to eat WHAT?!? Honestly, we know eating the foods recommended by nutritionists can sometimes be—well—unappetizing. We all know that nutrition plays an important role in our lives, but there is so much information available that it is hard to know where to begin. Trending diets can change overnight, and it can be hard to keep up! That’s why we collected this list of the most popular nutrition books from our collection. We can’t guarantee that all of the advice in these books is correct (or tasty), but it is a good place to start on your nutritional journey. The first step is always the hardest, but hopefully we can make it easier for you. Let’s begin!

Cooked by Michael PollanThe Body by Bill BrysonEat Beautiful by Wendy RoweThe Body Book by Cameron DiazHow to eat by Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz Salt Sugar Fat by Michael MossBrain Maker by David Perlmutter, MD How not to die by Michael GregerThe sugar brain fix by Dr. Mike Dow The wellness garden by Shawna Coronado

Cooked: a natural history of transformation / Michael Pollan

The Body: A Guide for Occupants / Bill Bryson

Eat Beautiful: food and recipes to nourish your skin from the inside and out / Windy Rowe: foreword by Sienna Miller

The Body Book: the law of hunger, the science of strength, and other ways to love your amazing body / Cameron Diaz, with Sandra Bark

How to Eat: all your food and diet questions answered / Mark Bittman, David L Katz, MD

Salt, Sugar, Fat: how the food giants hooked us / Michael Moss

Brain Maker: the power of gut microbes  to heal and protect your brain – for life / David Perlmutter, MD; with Kristin Loberg

How Not to Die: discover the foods scientifically proven to prevent and reverse disease / Michael Greger, M.D., with Gene Stone

Sugar Brain fix: the 28-day plan to quit craving the foods that are shrinking your brain and expanding your waistline / Dr. Mike Dow

The Wellness Garden: grow, eat, and walk your way to better health / Shawna Coronado