3 best registered dietitian-written nutrition books to check out.

In response to our readers’ suggestions, we put together a list of more of our favorite resources – a list of some of our favorite nutrition books written by the nutrition experts themselves. Add these RD-written nutrition books to your must-read list and you won’t be disappointed!

Intuitive Eating by Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD

As I always tell my clients, if everyone only ate when they were hungry and stopped when they were full, we’d all be at a healthy weight. The truth is, we eat for many reasons and usually aren’t very mindful about it.

Intuitive Eating is a nutrition philosophy that dives deep into the mindfulness of eating and focusing on hunger cues instead of constantly counting calories.

Related: click here to sign up for a free 30-minute nutrition consultation with an FFC registered dietitian.

No Whine with Dinner by Liz Weiss, MS, RD and Janice Newell Bissex, MS, RD

These dietitians have a blog called Meal Makeover Moms, and have put together many of their favorite kid-friendly recipes for those struggling to put healthy food on the table for the whole family. BONUS: 50 secrets for getting picky eaters to try new foods. Hey, this could work for your spouse, too!

Eat Your Way To Happiness by Elizabeth Somer, MA, RD

They say money can’t buy happiness, but in my opinion, a plate of nutritious food sure can! This book lays out how to make small changes in your everyday eating habits to help you feel happier about your weight, your energy levels, and your mood (and chocolate is on the list!)

There you have it! Looking for more nutrition books and info? Be sure to also check out this post on the best FREE nutrition apps you can use to stay on track. Have you read an inspiring book written by a registered dietitian? Please share below in the comments!

Post written by FFC Oak Park Registered Dietitian Amy Silver.

 

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