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BOOKS ABOUT HEALTH AND FOOD

August 14, 2017

Headstrong by Dave Asprey

By now you have probably heard of the “butter in your coffee craze”. Ever wonder where that came from? Dave Asprey, the author of this book had more than just a little bit to do with that.  He has written other books about dieting and health, but currently this is his masterpiece. The book describes the importance of the mitochondria/power plants in your cells. His goal is to educate that reader on the importance of caring for your mitochondria to improve one’s health. His theory is that healthy mitochondria make healthy people. He is certainly on to something here. While the book takes every opportunity to promote his line of supplements, there are also many other healthy tips provided which don’t involve his supplements. I highly recommend reading this book. Even if you do not agree with the research he has compiled, you will for sure be scratching your head about all of the intricacies of the human body and human performance involving the mitochondria in our cells. 

August 13, 2017

Change your Brain Change Your Life by Daniel Amen M.D.

If you follow the wellness world you will notice that Dr. Amen gets referenced frequently. He once was harassed for doing SPECT scans on a high percentage of his patients. After years of data collection and helping these people improve their lives, he is now touted as being a groundbreaking practitioner. This particular book sheds light on how one can improve the quality of their brain performance. It explains what changes he was able to implement in treating his patient’s brain and how their life improved following those changes.

August 12, 2017

The Third Plate By Dan Barber

If you consider yourself a foodie, this is a must read.  It will make you realize that there is much more to discover in the culinary world than something you would get at a food truck rodeo. This book challenges what you think about food. The author is a world-renowned chef that has been featured in various television specials.  From ethics, to taste, to nutrition, this book addresses these and much more as it visits producers of unique food all around the world.  You will find answers to questions such as; why is a carrot grown in healthy soil better than one grown in poor conditions? If you want to take your understanding of food and nutrition to the next level, this is a great read.   

August 05, 2017

The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan

There is a reason that Michael Pollan and this book has won multiple notorious awards. Its subject is food and how we get that food. The last time I checked, everyone still had to eat to stay alive, but all it takes is a simple swipe of a credit card to get whatever edible item you want. People have to make decisions on what to eat to everyday. This is the dilemma that he addresses. What should we be eating? Not what is the cheapest thing to eat or the easiest? What should we eat? Being animals with such a huge smorgasbord of opportunity for meals, most of us make the wrong decision most of the time. As you follow his travels and encounters with various farmers, hunters and gathers he reminds us that chicken isn’t just something that exists in plastic wrap and Styrofoam before you eat it.

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August 14, 2017

Headstrong by Dave Asprey

By now you have probably heard of the “butter in your coffee craze”. Ever wonder where that came from? Dave Asprey, the author of this book had more than just a little bit to do with that.  He has written other books about dieting and health, but currently this is his masterpiece. The book describes the importance of the mitochondria/power plants in your cells. His goal is to educate that reader on the importance of caring for your mitochondria to improve one’s health. His theory is that healthy mitochondria make healthy people. He is certainly on to something here. While the book takes every opportunity to promote his line of supplements, there are also many other healthy tips provided which don’t involve his supplements. I highly recommend reading this book. Even if you do not agree with the research he has compiled, you will for sure be scratching your head about all of the intricacies of the human body and human performance involving the mitochondria in our cells. 

August 13, 2017

Change your Brain Change Your Life by Daniel Amen M.D.

If you follow the wellness world you will notice that Dr. Amen gets referenced frequently. He once was harassed for doing SPECT scans on a high percentage of his patients. After years of data collection and helping these people improve their lives, he is now touted as being a groundbreaking practitioner. This particular book sheds light on how one can improve the quality of their brain performance. It explains what changes he was able to implement in treating his patient’s brain and how their life improved following those changes.

August 12, 2017

The Third Plate By Dan Barber

If you consider yourself a foodie, this is a must read.  It will make you realize that there is much more to discover in the culinary world than something you would get at a food truck rodeo. This book challenges what you think about food. The author is a world-renowned chef that has been featured in various television specials.  From ethics, to taste, to nutrition, this book addresses these and much more as it visits producers of unique food all around the world.  You will find answers to questions such as; why is a carrot grown in healthy soil better than one grown in poor conditions? If you want to take your understanding of food and nutrition to the next level, this is a great read.   

August 05, 2017

The Omnivore’s Dilemma by Michael Pollan

There is a reason that Michael Pollan and this book has won multiple notorious awards. Its subject is food and how we get that food. The last time I checked, everyone still had to eat to stay alive, but all it takes is a simple swipe of a credit card to get whatever edible item you want. People have to make decisions on what to eat to everyday. This is the dilemma that he addresses. What should we be eating? Not what is the cheapest thing to eat or the easiest? What should we eat? Being animals with such a huge smorgasbord of opportunity for meals, most of us make the wrong decision most of the time. As you follow his travels and encounters with various farmers, hunters and gathers he reminds us that chicken isn’t just something that exists in plastic wrap and Styrofoam before you eat it.

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