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In Part 1 of this 2-part podcast, we dial in to some dieting trends from the 80’s, 90’s, and early 2000’s and reference some key authors, books, and research that got us where we are today.

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Show Notes

Which diet is right for you? Have you tried every diet known to man? As a nutrition and fitness expert, I often think about Hippocrates quote, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” and wonder, how have we swayed so far from this simple, yet effective concept? Instead of fueling our bodies with pure, whole foods, we find ways to manipulate our bodies to lose weight (only to gain it back), have more energy – only to struggle with sleep and stress. There has to be a better way. What if you could determine the right diet for you based on learning to listen to your body and allow it to heal as nature intended?

 

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Books

  • Healing With Whole Foods – by Paul Pitchford
  • Nourishing Traditions – by Sally Fallon
  • The Calorie Myth – by Jonathon Bailor
  • Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution – by Robert C Atkins
  • The Clean Eating Diet – by Tosca Reno
  • The South Beach Diet – by Arthur Agatston
  • Simply Keto – by Suzanne Ryan
  • Whole30 – by Dallas Hartwig and Melissa Hartwig
  • The Virgin Diet – by JJ Virgin

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