Real Food Books

by Marcie
real food books

In September 2017 I read “100 Days of Real Food” and it changed my life! I always tried to eat healthy but little did I know the way I was eating wasn’t entirely healthy. I thought eating a low fat diet and watching calories was a “healthy diet.” Read this book and you’ll be changed forever too! It is not a diet but a way of life. It’s simply choosing to eat real food instead of processed. Think foods that your great-grandma ate; foods that are in their natural state that you can pick, milk, gather, hunt or catch. 

After Reading 100 Days of Real Food I was sold on eliminating processed foods and wanted to learn more. I read every book about real food in our library system just the few months following “100 Days of Real Food.”

21 books on real food you have to check out!!

100 Days of Real Food (and her 2 others) by Lisa Leake

The Food Babe Way (and her 3 others) by Vani Hari

Real Food Has Curves (How to get off processed food. Lose weight, and love what you eat) by Bruce Weinstein 

Real Food for Healthy Kids by Tracey Seaman 

The Real Food Grocery Guide by Maria Marlowe 

Real Food Pantry Makeover by Jennifer Dayley 

The Dental Diet by Dr. Steven Lin 

Real Food What to Eat and Why by Nina Planck 

Real Food for Mother and Baby by Nina Planck

The Brain Fog Fix by Dr. Mike Dow

In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan

The Lost Art of Feeding Kids (What Italy Taught Me about Why Children Need Real Food) by Jeannie Marshall

Real Food Heals by Seamus Mullen 

Real Food Fake Food (Why You Don’t Know What You’re Eating & What You Can Do About It) by Larry Olmsted 

Eating for Autism by Elizabeth Strickland 

Super Nutrition for Babies by Katherine Elrich and Kelly Genzlinger

Login to your library webpage and put a few of these on hold right now. Or buy them online. Start with “100 Days of Real Food” and then get a few more. It’ll change your life! I’m so glad I did. Also, you may be interested in my short article on my benefits of real food.

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1 comment

Heather Hupfer March 26, 2023 - 1:06 pm

Some great book selections! Will see if I can get the headliner through the library.


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