We’ve got news just in for you. Reading is good for you. Is for your brain, your memory and your relaxation levels too. But if you happen to dig into one of these diet books, you will definitely increase your chances of motivating yourself to follow a diet regime and stick to it, learn how to ‘cook yourself thin’ or maybe find out that what you thought looked as promising is not actually for you.
Tom Kerridge's Lose Weight For Good
BBC TV chef Tom Kerridge is well known for his previous job at Michelin-starred restaurant Adlard’s in Norwich, at Monsieur Max in Hampton, Odette’s, Rhodes in the Square, Stephen Bull and The Capital. What can expect from this diet book is actually good food easy to master, for sharing and to cook you healthy.
Jamie Oliver 5 Ingredients Book
Jamie Oliver attempts in turning the world into a healthier and more fresh food conscious planet keep coming and seem to be ever more successful. In this diet book he suggests the easiest and most practical recipes to master even for the busiest ones: no excuses for calling delivery meals or stop by fast foods because ‘the fringe is empty’. You can also learn the recipes visually from the eponymous Channel 4 programme.
The TB12 Method - Tom Brady Diet Book
Who doesn’t want to look gorgeously healthy and fit like New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Five time Super Bowl Champion, who at 40 years of age has a public image that most millennials envy? What you will find in this illustrated diet book is a functional food system for athletes to maintain their peak performance. Not just a guidance in terms of food but on fitness and exercise too, with practical demonstrations, drills and anecdotes from the champion himself.
Pioppi Diet Book, by Dr Aseem Malhotra and Donal O'Neill
Pioppi is actually the name of Italian tiny village where you wouldn’t be able to put into practise all the things the books above may suggest to work on to lose weight. No supermarkets or gyms, at Pioppi you have to console yourself with authentic local food and wine, and more. According to cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra this ‘lifestyle’ is much more balanced and guarantees long-terms results compared to the no-fat, no-sugar, no-salt, no-nothing diets we have seen in the last years. Indulge, be happy.
The Clever Guts Diet: How to revolutionise your body from the inside out, by Michael Mosley
Increasing the good bacteria in your system is the solution to have a healthier body, not just thinner, according to the research carried out by Dr. Michael Mosley. This is a diet books that helps you with practical recipes to control your cravings as well as boost your mood and help your immune system to be perfectly efficient.
The Keto Reset Diet: Reboot Your Metabolism in 21 Days and Burn Fat Forever, by Mark Sisson
Do you want to burn fat forever? Then you must follow the guidelines of the 21 days regime by ground-breaking ketogenic diet plan by Mark Sisson. The plan will have you stay away from processed grains, sugars, and refined vegetable oils, whilst you will be consuming mainly nutrient-dense, high fat, primal/paleo foods. Not done yet, a stage of Intermitting Fasting completes this ‘metabolism returning process’.
The Miami Mediterranean Diet, by Michael Ozner
Cardiologist Michael Ozner offer and new and different take on the famous healthy diet, with 300 recipes to help you get into a happier life easily. Based on the ‘pyramid’ of foods, the Mediterranean diet goes against the low-carb regimes suggested in the last years, but is in favour of a balance between carbs, vegetables and proteins, all in the name of simplicity.