This classic tell-it-like-it-is book has helped thousands of dietitians create their own businesses or determine entrepreneurship it was not an avenue they wanted to pursue. Includes data from Worldwide survey and 1,600+ dietitians who shared what made them successful!
Revised test! test has now been changed to all objective questions! Customers who purchsed the earlier version with fill-in-the-blank questions can receive this new version by calling the office at 877-560-6025. The book remains the same.
Kathy King, RD editor and author with 10 contributing authors
Popular author! Recent research shows human intestinal microbiota influences metabolism, appetite, hormones, inflammation, and insulin resistance. Losing weight is more than cutting calories. Learn how to lose weight for good!
Gerard Mullin, MD, author of Integrative Gastroenterology
From Registered Dietitian, author, video cooking instructor, and clinician, Madhu Gadia, offers wonderful, healthy Indian recipes with cultural context, nutritional analysis, history, and serving suggestions.
James Beard Award Winner! Exploring more than 150 rare and important black cookbooks, the author honors culture, culinary, and nutritional history by those who nourished generations of Americans. Written by the first black food writer for a major newspaper.
This motivating sports book on building muscle and strength was co-written by Dr. Susan Kleiner, an internationally known researcher and expert on muscle building, hydration, women athletes, and the nutrition and exercise needed to build muscle tissue.
Susan Kleiner, PhD, RDN and Maggie Greenwood-Robinson, PhD
Eater and Food & Wine Best Cookbooks! Chef, author, TV star, Samuelsson celebrates contemporary Black Chefs and cuisines from Africa, Caribbean, and US. He shares stories, history, plus every day and celebration cooking.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson, Osayi Endolyn, and Yewande Komolafe
Winner of NPR, Smithsonian, & James Beard’s Best American Cookbook! Chef Sherman celebrates healthy locally sourced, native, wild caught, and seasonal foods—not European staples like wheat flour, dairy, and sugar.
Easily compared to Pollan’s The Omnivore’s Dilemma. Today’s optimistic farm-to-table food culture has a dark secret: the local food movement, so far, has failed to change how we eat. Chef Barber studied the soil, land, sea, and seed to see how best to promote, grow, and eat a diet that is in harmony with the earth—sustainable production.
An essential reference on going vegan, for the pregnant vegan mom, or for the nutrition counselor who wants the most current vegan guidelines for clients. Charts help identify best food sources of most at-risk nutrients.