You love to read books about health. You constantly want to find new books to read, to learn more. You want to find books that will help improve your health and your lifestyle. This is the page for you!
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Before you read down this list and try some of the titles listed below, I'd like to strongly encourage you to get some free ebooks by an engineer named Grant Generoux, and make time to read them.
It may sound strange to recommend his books, as he is not a health professional, but he has a keen mind and through his own trials with autoimmune issues has uncovered some fascinating information, and come up with a plausible new theory about the cause of all autoimmune conditions that I think makes sense.
It makes so much sense that I've radically changed my diet based upon his ideas, and as of my first 6 months eating this new way, have had incredibly good results. Much better than when I was on the GAPS Diet and Autoimmune Paleo Diet, though I do enjoy many of the recipes from those diets that mesh with my new way of eating.
Jennifer Dage's book about Intermittent Fasting for women is a wonderful, brief read. It answers all basic questions about who should (and should not) try intermittent fasting, why to do it, and how.
If you're a woman wondering if IF might be for you, you'll definitely want to check out her book.
Wheat Belly contains a lot of eye-opening information about health problems that may be caused by modern wheat and excess gluten. You can read my full review of the book here, and check it out on Amazon here.