Best Health & Fitness Books
Staying healthy and fit is a lifetime subject for us, men and women. But what else do we need apart from patience and perseverance? Yes, the right way. And what the following books would tell you precisely. Read on to discover the best way to keep fit for you!
Wheat Belly by William Davis explains how wheat products can actually lead to weight gain. Over 200 million Americans consume wheat products every day, adding to the country’s obesity rate.
Davis explores the cause of this and concludes that wheat is actually a factor of nationwide obesity after witnessing 2,000 patients regain their health once they gave up wheat. Through his findings, Davis provides a step-by-step plan for a wheat-free lifestyle.
The Healthy Gluten-Free Life
The Healthy Gluten-Free Life by Tammy Credicott provides recipes that are free of gluten, egg, dairy, soy, white rice flour AND bean flour.
There are over 200 recipes for every meal of the day, from breakfast to dinner, side dishes and desserts. It also helps one differentiate between multiple gluten-free flours and starches. It also helps create a week’s worth of school lunches for kids.
10-Day Green Smoothie Cleanse
10-Day Green Smoothie Cleanse by J.J. Smith is a New York Times bestseller that helps one lose weight, increase their energy level and improve their health. Smith guarantees that by following the advice and detailed instructions in this book, a person can lose 10-15 pounds in just 10 days.
By being able to crave healthier foods, you never have to diet again but can still lose some weight, get rid of body fat and learn to live a healthier lifestyle with over 100 delicious recipes.
Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo explains how you can lose weight and improve your overall health by avoiding processed foods. There are over 120 easy recipes that come with special notes about common food allergens.
Specifically designed meals help support immune health, fat loss, overall performance as well as many other health benefits.
It Starts With Food
It Starts With Food by Melissa Hartwig offers a clear and sustainable plan that will change the way you eat. Since 2009, the Whole30 program has secretly helped tens of thousands of people to lose weight and eat healthier as well as sleep better and energize themselves.
More importantly, people have reported these miracles occur in just 30 days. You will learn how specific foods may have a negative effect on how you look and feel in ways that you never thought they would.
Becoming a Supple leopard
Becoming a Supple leopard by Kelly Starrett will improve your athletic performance and more-all without consulting a coach or any doctor. Starett shares his ability to maintain the human body to live happier and healthier.
Certain motions can affect one’s lifestyle for the worse. Starrett addresses the common movement errors that can cause injury and mess up one’s speed, power, endurance and strength, and how to maintain these things.
Born To Run
Born To Run by Christopher McDougall By Random House explains how barefoot running is the newest trend in running. Inside are interesting stories and research. The idea sounds ridiculous, but Born to Run provides well reasoned and fascinating explanations of why running barefoot is the thing to do.
The 4-Hour Body
The 4-Hour Body by Timothy Ferriss contains information of hundreds of elite athletes, MDs, and hours upon hours of extraordinary personal experimentation. Each “lesson” takes less than 30 minutes each.
The lessons range from how to lose weight to how to have only two hours of sleep and feel well rested all the way to how to produce a 15-minute females orgasm, and more. There are more than 50 topics to look through and use.
The MELT Method
The MELT Method by therapist Sue Hitzmann offera a way to combat chronic pain, eliminate aging effects and live more active. All this can be achieved in as little as ten minutes a day in your own home. The MELT Method shows how to eliminate pain and live a healthier lifestyle.
Dying To Be Me
Dying To Be Me shares the story of author Anita Moorjani and how she overcame her fight with cancer and recognized the cause of her disease. She woke up one day in the hospital, her health well improved and the cancer completely gone.
Anita tells stories of her childhood in Hong Kong, her hardship to establish her career, find love, and defeated cancer. In Dying to Be Me freely shares Anita’s life and the challenges she had overcame, and how others can overcome their own misfortunes through spirituality.