2 books inspired me to begin a different journey with food and my own health. The first was the Wild Diet by Able James. He frequently brings interesting guests on his podcast as well. The Wild Diet helped me break the chains of processed foods. The 2nd book is the China Study by Colin Campbell. Although there are some who argue against the data of the China Study, the data is hard to completely refute. At a certain point, animal protein consumption causes health problems.
Below find reviews to inspiring books that I’ve read to broaden my knowledge and journey. Because Composted Beginnings is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to http://www.amazon.com, links in the book reviews will take you to Amazon product listings. Composted Beginnings will earn commissions on qualifying purchases at Amazon derived from links in this post.
The Wild Diet by Abel James – Leans toward the paleo movement. Offers common sense ideas and a plan that will help you kick aside the cravings of processed food. This book took me from mindless eating of processed foods to a relationship with whole foods.
Nutrient Timing Protocol: a universal guide to weight loss by Bradlee W. Crihfield & Dr. Robert Kalapos. A readable explanation of basic information surrounding nutrient timing.
Nutrient Timing for Peak Performance by Heidi Skolnik and Andrea Chernus. A reference level text. Explanations dive into the elaborate detail of nutrition and the science involved with how our body uses energy. A must read for any serious athlete looking to change performance.
Plant Based Diet