Nutrition: Food for thought
By Hannah Dentry, WAC Dietitian
From recipes to food science to best practices for healthy living, I am a lover of a good nutrition read. I’ve listed a few of my personal favrite books below that can be used to add exciting and healthy new twists to your meal and snack routine.
The Healthy Meal Prep Cookbook: Easy and Wholesome Meals to Cook, Prep, Grab, and Go
By Toby Amidor, RD, CDN
I recommend this book to clients who love the idea of meal prep, but struggle with the logistics. The author spells it all out for you, literally! She also has a book for beginners to the world of cooking.
Grain Bowls: Bulgur Wheat, Quinoa, Barley, Rice, Spelt and More
By Anna Shillinglaw Hampton and Victoria Wall Harris
A very aesthetically pleasing cookbook that features ancient grains in all their glory.
The Reducetarian Cookbook: 125 Easy, Healthy, and Delicious Plant-Based Recipes for Omnivores, Vegans, and Everyone In-Between
By Brian Kateman and Pat Crocker
This book emphasizes a decrease in animal product consumption with the purpose of improving health and lowering greenhouse gas emissions.
Wake/Sleep: What to Eat and Do for More Energy and Better Sleep
By Ariane Resnick, CNC
Because who doesn’t want to improve energy and sleep quality?
Plant-Protein Recipes That You’ll Love
By Carina Wolff
Budget-friendly and approachable are not two words that you typically think of when you think vegetarian or vegan cook books, but this one nails it!
Contact Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.839.4782.
—Posted April 3, 2019