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  1. Cultural Food Practices - Front Cover

    Cultural Food Practices

    Written by members of the Diabetes DPG. With the incidence of diabetes growing and our demographics changing, healthcare practitioners will need more competence in working with various cultures. This interesting book covers 15 different cultures.

    Cynthia M. Goody, PhD, MBA, RD and Lorena Drago, MS, RD, CDN, CDE, eds.
  2. Eating on the Wild Side - Front Cover

    Eating on the Wild Side

    One of the best books you will ever read on the science and practical advice on how to increase the phytonutrients in your diet from fruits and vegetables. “Highly recommended reading for all who are health conscious.” –Andrew Weil, MD “Only Michael Pollan would come close to her superbly researched work.” –Bill Kurtis, TV Journalist

    Jo Robinson
  3. Essentials of Pediatric Nutrition - Front Cover

    Essentials of Pediatric Nutrition

    Covers the core best-practice guidelines on the most vital pediatric nutrition information from preconception through adolescence as well as diseases/conditions affecting nutritional status. Abbreviated version of Pediatric Nutrition, 4th ed.

    Pat Queen Samour & Kathy King, eds.
  4. Geriatric Nutrition - Front Cover

    Geriatric Nutrition 4th edition

    Chernoff’s Geriatric Nutrition: The Health Professional’s Handbook, 4th edition, is an authoritative guide on the role of nutrition in the maintenance of health as a person ages, in the management and prevention of chronic conditions, and the treatment of serious illness in the older person.

    Ronni Chernoff, PhD, RD, FADA, FASPEN
  5. Hormonal Balance - Front Cover

    Hormonal Balance

    This book first pioneered the idea that hormones play a key role in weight loss and control. The author uses a “how-to” approach on balancing hormones backed by research on the gut, brain, and body fat. Very interesting reading.

    Scott Isaacs, MD, FACP, FACE
  6. How Not To Die - Front Cover

    How Not to Die

    Wealth of nutrition science! The author, Michael Greger, MD, maintains a huge database of nutrition studies for his website, NutritionFacts.org, and this book condenses that data into healthy eating guidelines. The book has 134 pages of references that support his recommendations.

    Michael Greger, MD
  7. Integrative Medicine

    Integrative Medicine

    This book is the best one we could find on evidence-based integrative medicine. With over 140 contributing authors who are recognized as the best integrative and traditional practitioners in their respective fields, this book has detailed information on the therapies. Reader-friendly and extensively referenced with evidence-based research (available online).

    David Rakel, MD with Foreword by Andrew Weil, MD
  8. Intensive Diabetes Management - Front Cover

    Intensive Diabetes Management, 6th Ed.

    Virtually all patients with diabetes can improve glycemic control through intensive management. Following the personalized treatment is complex, but studies have shown it to be very effective in avoiding or controlling side effects and thus today, it is commonly used in diabetes care.

    Howard Wolpert, MD, ed.
  9. Medical Management of Type 1 Diabetes

    Medical Management of Type 1 Diabetes

    This popular 7th edition is totally revised and updated with new authors and the latest guidelines for the comprehensive management of Type 1. Includes practical strategies to improve patient outcomes.

    Dr. Cecilia Low Wang, MD, FACP and Dr. Avni Shah, MD
  10. Missing Microbes - Front Cover

    Missing Microbes

    Dr. Martin Blaser, MD explains the problem with medicine’s overuse of antibiotics and the underappreciated human microbiome and its contribution to health and human disease. Missing microbes affects nutrient absorption, immune system function, and the risk for diabetes and obesity.

    Dr. Martin Blaser, MD
  11. Nutrition in Clinical Practice - Front Cover

    Nutrition in Clinical Practice

    Acclaimed nutrition text written by physicians with nutrition expertise for practicing clinicians. It is evidence-based nutrition therapy across the full expanse of health and disease. New data from hundreds of studies is included in this edition along with enhanced coverage of controversial topics. Also, includes an interactive eBook edition.

    Dr. David L. Katz MD MPH FACPM FACP, Rachel S.C. Friedman MD MHS, Sean C. Lucan MD MPH MS
  12. PCOS - Front Cover

    PCOS: The Dietitian's Guide

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    PCOS is the most complex and common endocrine disorder among women of childbearing age. This book explains the physiology, symptoms, evidence-based therapies and lifestyle changes needed to improve a woman’s quality of life.

    Angela Grassi, MS, RD, LDN
  13. Pregnancy Complicated by Diabetes - Front Cover

    Pregnancy Complicated by Diabetes, 5th Edition

    This book presents diabetes protocols that help produce healthy mothers and infants in pregnancies complicated by type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes. Wonderful resource!

    Donald R. Coustan, MD
  14. Real Food for Gestational Diabetes - Front Cover

    Real food for Gestational Diabetes

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    As gestational diabetes rates continue to rise, this book and its menus and recipes teach readers how to better control blood sugar naturally with a low carbohydrate, high protein, calorie-dense diet. Reader-friendly and extensively referenced with evidence-based research.

    Lily Nichols, RDN, CDE, CLT
  15. Skinny Liver - Front Cover

    Skinny Liver

    Excellent book!  A silent health crisis is impacting 33% of Americans—nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. If your liver becomes overwhelmed, it can lead to fatigue, weight gain, liver disease, diabetes, and autoimmune disease. Written by an expert integrative RD, nutrition manager at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute along with a hepatic physician.

    Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD with Ibrahim Hanouneh, MD
  16. Gastrointestinal Nutrition - Front Cover

    The Health Professional’s Guide to Gastrointestinal Nutrition

    Fantastic resource! This reference covers everything an RDN needs to know about the gastrointestinal tract, including its anatomy, diagnostic methods, disease symptoms, and variations, as well as effects of diet and maintaining adequate nutrition. Very informative and fascinating! Best, most comprehensive book on nutrition and the gut we could find.

    Laura E. Matarese, PhD, RDN, LDN, CNSC, FADA, FASPEN; Gerard E. Mullin, MD, CNSP, FACN, AGAF; and Janice L. Raymond, MS, RDN, CD, CSG, Editors
  17. The Inflammation Syndrome - Front Cover

    The Inflammation Syndrome

    An easy to understand explanation of inflammation, its biochemistry, and how it facilitates chronic diseases. Nutrition therapy is at the center of inflammation control and reversal. Highly referenced.

    2010, Jack Challem, medical writer, bestselling author of Syndrome X
  18. Type 2 Diabetes - Front Cover

    Type 2 Diabetes Medical Management, 7th Ed.

    This book covers diagnosis, pathogenesis, tools of therapy, nutrition, behavior change, and detection and treatment of complications. Also covers special needs in: gestational diabetes, sports, youth, pharmacological, hospitalization, and chronic problems.

    Charles Burant, MD, PhD, and Laura A. Young, MD, PhD, eds. Published by American Diabetes Assoc.
  19. Why We Sleep

    Why We Sleep

    Written by a neuroscientist and director of UC Berkeley’s Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab, the author, Matthew Walker, PhD explores the purpose of slumber and its little acknowledged or understood crucial functions as related to mood, chronic disease, obesity, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, etc. He explains how to harness the transformative power of adequate sleep and how to sleep better tonight.

    Dr. Matthew Walker, PhD
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