Read with confidence...There are tons of books out there about diet, nutrition, and eating issues, but some of them can create more confusion than clarity. Others may address the topic in ways that can trigger those battling food issues. Here are a few titles we've found particularly helpful for those seeking a balanced approach toward freedom, especially for those interested in a Christ-centered response to the issue.
– Constance Rhodes, Founder and CEO, FINDINGbalance, Inc.
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Author: Elieen Myers, MPH, RD, LDN, FADA
Audience: Clinicians (Nutrition)
Author: Edward J. Cumella, PhD; Marian C. Eberly, PhD; A. David Wall, PhD
Author: John and Stasi Eldredge
Audience: Women seeking to discover and embrace their true value.
Author: Allie Marie Smith and Judy Wardell Halliday
Audience: Teens, College and Young Career Women Seeking Healthier Lifestyle
Author: Cynthia M. Bulik, PhD
Audience: Those struggling with overeating and bingeing.
Author: Walt Larimore, MD
Audience: Anyone seeking a healthy lifestyle
Author: Gerald G. May, MD
Audience: Those seeking freedom from addiction
Author: Judy Halliday, RN and Arthur Halliday, MD
Audience: Those seeking Christ-centered weight loss solutions
Author: Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD & Elyse Resch, MS, RD, FADA
Audience: Those seeking freedom from diets
Author: Pauline Powers, MD and Ron Thompson, PhD
Audience: Those seeking balance with exercise/fitness
Author: Jenni Schaefer
Audience: Those with eating disorders and/or who want to understand them better
Author: Thomas Cash, PhD
Audience: Anyone seeking healthier body image
Author: Dr. Linda Mintle
Audience: Women wanting freedom from the scale
Author: Margot Starbuck
Audience: Women who want freedom from cultural pressures
Author: Donal O'Mathuna, PhD & Walt Larimore, MD
Audience: Those seeking balanced alternative medicine approaches
Author: Stephen Bratman, MD with David Knight
Audience: Those obsessed with eating healthy/organic.