Monday, February 1, 2010

What are the Best Nutrition and Food Books?

Well... the best according to me anyways!
Would love to know what you favourite nutrition, food and cook books are!

Books That Changed What I Eat




















Best Books for Nutrition Information (my go-to books)


















Best Sport Nutrition Resource Book



















Best Vegetarian/Vegan Nutrition Resource Books


















Best Food Writer

Ruth Reichl





















Book That I Use Most in my Practice


















Best Books About the Restaurant World
(from the perspective of a chef (left) and server (right))





















Best Books About Learning To Cook


















Best Book About Food Celebrities






















My Favourite Cookbook
















The Two Last Books I Read and Really Enjoyed






















Books on my Nightstand




















7 comments:

Chow and Chatter said...

thanks so much for the award great to know more about you what a lovely story with your mum and dad love it

lookinout said...

Wow, you read a lot. Great list!
Gillian RD

kaysnuttyoasis said...

have you read Good Calories Bad Calories or The China Study? I really love both of those books. They give opposing views so its really interesting to hear their opinions and what evidence they use!

Kara Hadley said...

This isn't exactly the most fact based book, but Naturally Thin by Bethenny Frankel was the first food book that actually got me to rethink how and why I ate the way I did.
And I'm in the process of reading Julie and Julia. I'm pretty much in love with it. Have you read her other book-Cleaving? It sounds pretty interesting.

Sybil Hebert, RD said...

My pleasure Rebecca!

Gillian- I wish I could read more now... being back in school takes up a lot of my time! :)

Kaysnuttyoasis- I haven't read either of those books- but they are definitely on the top of my must-read list. Thanks!

Kara- Thanks for stopping by! I haven't read Cleaving yet... but really want to! I was debating whether I should buy the hardcover or wait for it to come out in paperback... but I don't think I could wait that long. Did you hear... she supposedly has an affair! shocking! :)

ings said...

Just finished reading Service Included last night. Such a great book! Thanks again for lending it to me :D

ps wait for the paperback! You save both money and space... just saying.

Brendan Kiely said...

Nice compilation. It contained some books I had not heard of before.

I am missing one book on the list, however.

Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy: The Harvard Medical School Guide to Healthy Eating