Ever wanted to sort your life out? To eat better and feel better?
Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired?
You are not alone.
Changing the way you eat is hard.
- Some of us have addictive and emotional connections with food.
- Some of us have genetic and hormonal dispositions that handicap us.
- Some of us are really confused.
Combine that with a food industry whose motive is quick profit not health. Then throw in a culture that’s obsessed with appearance, setting us up for a guilt-shame-failure cycle.
Is it any surprise most of us struggle with our weight?
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I personally think this guide is a great place to start for anyone wanting to take control of how much they eat. It’s also a helpful primer for getting started with Flexible Dieting.
I’m a big fan of Robb’s and regularly listen to his podcast.
This book really changed my views on how our diets affect not only our bodies but health. Essential reading for anyone struggling with food allergies or gut health.
Another bestselling book by Mr Tim Ferriss.
This is not just a cook book but rather a choose-your-own-adventure guide to the world of rapid learning. Such a fun and interesting read. It simultaneously wanted me to be Jamie Oliver and James bond (The Daniel Craig version…).
I’ve followed Darya’s blog for a while and when I heard she was releasing a book I was excited.
The book didn’t disappoint. Darya has a unique view on health & nutrition. She doesn’t advocate any one diet, which I like, but rather healthy and sustainable a way of eating.
I’m a bit of a geek, and so is author Tom Rath. Eat, Move, Sleep is a collection of useful hacks, habits, and insights (see my summary). It’s packed with actionable advice that helped me start making changes from Day 1.
I’ve been obsessed with habits and how to change them.
We are all a reflection of the habits we live out each day. Apart from being a fascinating read this book serves as a practical guide to taking control of your habits and, ultimately, our lives.
Layne Norton is a coach, bodybuilder, powerlifter, and scientist. He has a PhD in nutritional sciences and he’s involved in research as a consultant for several universities.
This website sends you a box of healthy snacks/treats based on your preferences. i.e. gluten-free, vegan, high protein etc. The snacks are from great companies and are very high quality. Perfect for people who have trouble making healthy choices in regards to snacks and treats.
Dave Asprey, founder of The Bulletproof Executive, is a Silicon Valley investor and technology entrepreneur who spent 15 years and over $300,000 to hack his own biology.
Sohee’s a writer and strength and conditioning coach. She’s also faced anorexia and bulimia in the past, thus her main interests include eating disorders and the psychology behind relationships and decisions we make as humans.
Darya Rose is the creator of Summer Tomato, named one of TIME’s 50 Best Websites of 2011. She holds a PhD in Neuroscience and is advocate for local, seasonal foods.
Steve Kamb is known as the rebel leader at Nerd Fitness. He helps desk jockeys, nerds, and average Joes level up their lives.
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