Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Diet books Good and Bad

What books on nutrition do you feel are the best out there? What diet books have you read but didn’t like and why? What diet books did you think were just okay.

I did my cleaning early today I just want a nice day of reading, getting mail and research on recycling. It’s for a future Iportion article.
I was able to take a nap today and I am so glad I did. I have so much to do today and need the energy.

7 Comments:

Blogger Becky said...

I actually really liked Nutrient Timing: The Future of Sports Nutrition. It's a tad complicated at first, but once you understand what they are talking about, it's fabulous. Especially for folks who are serious about working out.
Happy New Year! I hope you and your family had a wonderful holiday!
XOXO

1:32 PM  
Anonymous mariah said...

here are a couple really good books!:

Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy by Dr Walter Willett
http://www.health.harvard.edu/books/Eat_Drink_and_Be_Healthy.htm

and

Mindless Eating by Dr. Brian Wansink
http://www.mindlesseating.org

2:16 PM  
Blogger PearShapedGirl said...

I haven't read any diet/nutrition books because I don't have much of an attention span for non-fiction, but if I did read one it would probably be the Dr. Phil book. He seems like he has a pretty no nonsense approach and actually deals with the emotional aspects of overeating.

3:38 PM  
Blogger Chris said...

I like the book Fit For Life by Harey and Marilyn Diamond. It actually has thirty days of breakfast, lunch, and dinner listed. Lose weight at your own pace.

8:22 PM  
Anonymous Paula said...

Thank you so much for your 'get-well' wishes! It was very sweet of you. Thanks, Paula

9:55 PM  
Blogger iportion said...

Welcome paula


Thanks becky :-) for the wishes.

mariah mindless eating sounds intresting

pearshaped I like nonfiction books but some nonfiction books that say easy are so complicated

2:01 AM  
Anonymous healthybpm said...

One book I liked is Ethical Eating. You learn a lot about how food choices can be made based on compassion.The hazards of industrial farming have been highlighted and you realize how much better it is to go veg.

3:57 AM  

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