WIKI: Book Recommendations

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#21

Only other one to add to the comprehensive list above is Keto Adapted by Maria Emmerich


(rawethe) #22

I would include both of Phinney and Volek’s books-
The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living: https://www.amazon.com/Art-Science-Low-Carbohydrate-Living/dp/0983490708/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1482707219&sr=1-1&keywords=phinney+and+volek

The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance: https://www.amazon.com/Art-Science-Low-Carbohydrate-Performance/dp/0983490716/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1482707253&sr=1-2&keywords=phinney+and+volek


(Donna Williams) #23

My first book was Keto Clarity. I think that’s a good simply written Keto book.


(Meeping up the Science!) #24

I forgot to add the Ketogenic Diet by Lyle McDonald. @amber mentioned it which reminded me. It was probably one of the first science-oriented and widely available books when it came out.


(Nathan Hall) #25

Formatting suggestion for your list to make it easier to read. Try putting the title in bold and putting a space between entries.


(Steve B) #26

@admins - Is there a way to create resource list as a way to have a curated list of recommended reading? I apologize if it’s already out there and I missed it. This is a fabulous post, but it sure would be nice to have a permanent resource list that we could point folks to.


(Nathan Hall) #27

@sjbrouillard has a very good point. Honestly, most of the “Resources” subjects might be better served this way.
Maybe Wiki style?


(IDM Educator) #28

I’m with you there! Changed my life!!!

ME too. So far I LOVE it! Altered versions of my 3 year old recipes in there too. /strut
That stuff gets around!


(Mark) #29

I think a couple helpful books are by Julia Ross the Mood Cure and the Diet Cure you can also find some good talks by her on YouTube and I also like Dr Eric Bergs talks on the ketogenic diet on YouTube he has been living keto for a number of years and he looks pretty healthy to me ,he definitely shows you the science,he helped convince me this was a good path to follow, along with the 2 keto dudes of course,I think they would both be great guests on the podcast maybe even invite them to Ketofest
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(Mark) #30

Also forgot Dr.Mark Hyman Eat Fat Get Thin


(Lauren Malhoit) #31

Has anyone used the Fat Fast Cookbook? Thoughts?


(Mark) #32

Mark Hyman also has the blood sugar solution book and blood sugar solution cookbook


(Kylie Woodruff) #33

Yes to Keto Clarity - easy to understand and read.

I am not a science minded person - I like simple explanations - I found Good Calories Bad Calories overwhelming for my brain!!!

Also Christine Cronau books are very easy to understand.


(Ryan) #34

Eat Bacon, Don’t Jog: Get Strong. Get Lean. No Bullshit.
https://www.amazon.com/Eat-Bacon-Dont-Jog-Bullshit/dp/0761180540/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1483069450&sr=1-1&keywords=eat+bacon+don’t+jog

  • easy to read in small chunks (5 minutes on my walk from parking lot to work)
  • inspired me to try harder at keto
  • gives some easy to follow tips and exercises

(Mark) #35

Great title just found my new guru,two of my favorite things eating Bacon and not jogging


(Amanda Jones) #36

:joy::joy:


(Connor L) #37

Maria Emmerich has a NEW BOOK out! Just a couple of days ago. I’ve already read through it. It is a very nice guide to get you into ketosis for the first 30 days. I like it because the recipes are simple. Also, it is mostly dairy-free, which is important for many ketonians.

30 Day Ketogenic Cleanse!

https://www.amazon.com/30-Day-Ketogenic-Cleanse-Metabolism-Whole-Food/dp/1628601167/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1483073643&sr=8-1&keywords=maria+emmerich


(Mark) #38

Thanks for the recommendation going to have to check this one out ,sounds like a very practical guide


#39

I made the original post into a wiki, if anyone would like to add to it. I didn’t get all the suggestions in there.


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