New Year often prompts you to give your body a little overhaul and make up for all of the bad diet decisions you made during the festive period, don’t worry we all do it. In a bid to ensure you’re doing the best things for your health we’ve rounded up the top health books you need to read this January.
There is a mixture of both nutrition, recipe and fitness books to ensure a well-rounded look at a healthy body. Which books will you be reading this month?
- Lean in 15 - Joe Wicks
- Gizzi's Healthy Appetite - Gizzi Erskine
- Eat. Nourish. Glow. - Amelia Freer
- Everyday Super Food - Jamie Oliver
- The Art of Eating Well – Hemsley Hemsley
- Deliciously Ella – Ella Woodward
- Mind Over Fatter - Anna Richardson
- Honestly Healthy Cleanse - Natasha Corrett
- Be Body Beautiful - Lucy Mecklenburgh
- Get The Glow – Madeleine Shaw
- Davina's 5 Weeks to Sugar-Free – Davina McCall
- Daisy Lowe Sweetness & Light
- Jason Vale’s Super Juice Me
- Ruth Field Run Fat Bitch Run
- Patrick Dale No Gym? No Problem: DIY Fitness Bible
Lean in 15 - Joe Wicks
The Body Coach Joe Wicks has put together a handy book that is filled with delicious recipes that are incredibly easy to make, there's a selection of home HIIT workouts to do too with guides on what to eat after your workouts and what to eat on rest days.
Gizzi's Healthy Appetite - Gizzi Erskine
Gizzi Erskine has created a book that shows that healthy eating doesn't have to be boring. There are more than 100 recipes that are made from fresh ingredients with incredible flavours that won't leave you with food boredom.
Eat. Nourish. Glow. - Amelia Freer
The nutritional therapist and healthy eating expert uses this book to share her expert tips and get you started on a healthy living path.
Sam Smith credited this book for helping with his weight loss this year too.
This book is a go-to guide for those just starting a healthy lifestyle with tips on what to keep in your food cupboards, explanations of healthy fats, the downside of sugar and cutting out wheat from your diet.
Her ideas are all backed up by the latest findings in the field of nutrition and neuroscience too, so you know it’s going to work.
Everyday Super Food - Jamie Oliver
This book is built on the idea of everyday recipes we can all follow. There's a selection of breakfasts, lunches and dinners, with calorie restrictions in each section. Jamie credits these recipes to helping him lose two stone, but they're not lacking in flavour or taste.
The Art of Eating Well – Hemsley Hemsley
London-based sisters Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley share over 150 recipes in this book, alongside their advice for life-long healthy eating. This is all about feeding your gut the right foods to promote a healthy body.
The recipes are free of refined sugar, gluten, grains, high starch and are alkaline friendly too.
Deliciously Ella – Ella Woodward
Ella Woodward's book is the perfect choice for those looking for delicious plant-based recipes that will leave your body feeling nourished. The book is also packed with tips and tricks from the food blogger about healthy eating.
Mind Over Fatter - Anna Richardson
Anna Richardson shares her weight loss story and how hypnosis helped her, and this book she shares what she's learned. If you find yourself constantly on yo-yo diets, this book could the thing you're looking for.
Honestly Healthy Cleanse - Natasha Corrett
This is Natasha’s third Honestly Healthy book, her first one is loved by Victoria Beckham, and this time she focuses on cleanses you can carry out to ensure optimum health. Gourmet vegetarian chef, Natasha has devised four different cleansing plans suitable for every occasion to help you get your health on track.
Be Body Beautiful - Lucy Mecklenburgh
Former TOWIE start Lucy Mecklenburgh has rebranded herself as a fitness guru with the launch of her highly popular site, Results with Lucy. The site shares workouts created by her personal trainer partner and this book is an extension of that with a six-week plan you can follow along. There are recipes, workouts, and beauty foods you should definitely incorporate in your diet.
Get The Glow – Madeleine Shaw
Nutritional health coach Madeleine Shaw has filled a book with delicious recipes that show no food should be out of bounds, and we can all create meals and snacks that don't leave us feeling deprived and can be really good for us too.
These recipes are wheat and sugar-free, they're packed with flavour, nutrients and they're easy to make too.
Davina's 5 Weeks to Sugar-Free – Davina McCall
Davina McCall has kicked her sugar habit, and she's encouraging you to try it too, with the help of this book that is filled with recipes to try. There's a meal plan that can be followed for five weeks to help you cut your sugar addiction, and there are recipes that are designed to help curb your sugar cravings. If you really want to ditch sugar for good, this book is definitely worth the investment.
Daisy Lowe Sweetness & Light
It was in 2014 that model Daisy Lowe released her first cookery book, filled with 60 recipes that help you cut refined sugars without losing sweetness from your diet.
There's no need to cut sweet treats from your diet with this book that is packed with cakes, puddings and ice cream.
Jason Vale’s Super Juice Me
Jason Vale is known as The Juice Master and if you're looking to try juices in your diet, he's your go-to.
Ruth Field Run Fat Bitch Run
Ruth is incredibly straight-talking and funny in her encouragement to get you to run. This book is hilarious and will definitely leave you ready to lace up your trainers.
Patrick Dale No Gym? No Problem: DIY Fitness Bible
Getting fit doesn't have to mean an expensive gym membership. If you want to boost your fitness levels this book from Patrick Dale is definitely one to buy. These workouts require little or no equipment and can be done in the comfort of your own home.
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