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Books to get the New Year off to a healthy start
Mon 18 Jan 2021
We know the New Year is a great time to start looking after your health after the indulgence of Christmas, so Derby Libraries have put together a collection of books packed with ideas for healthy eating - plus tips and tricks to create new and healthy habits.
All these books are available to reserve through our online catalogue, with Click and Collect services available at Riverside, Mickleover, Normanton and Alvaston libraries during the current Government restrictions.
Some of these titles can also be accessed from our e-library using the Borrowbox app. This service includes a wealth of fiction, non-fiction and children’s e-books and audiobooks, which is completely free for library members. Where they’re not available through the app, we’ve included some alternatives.
The Gut Feeling by Naomi Devlin
If you have over indulged over the holidays the New Year is a great time to bring some healthy food into your life. The Gut Feeling by Naomi Devlin is full of recipes to calm, nourish and heal and keep your gut happy! On a similar theme from our eLibrary, try The Gut by Giulia Enders.
Tiny Habits: the small changes that change everything by B J Fogg
Lots of people make New Year resolutions but not many people stick to them. This book tells you why big resolutions don’t work and shows you how to create new healthy habits that stick - one (small) step at a time. Created by pioneering research psychologist and founder of the iconic Behaviour Design Lab at Stanford. Also available as an eBook.
Staying Alive in Toxic Times: a seasonal guide to lifelong health by Jenny Goodman
The must-have health bible that explains exactly how to stay in radiant, optimal health all year round. Are you confused about what supplements you should be taking? Do you want to know how you can reverse the effects of pollution on your body? Would you like to eat seasonally? Drawing on Dr Jenny Goodman's 20+ years' experience as a medical doctor, lecturer and qualified nutritionist, Staying Alive in Toxic Times sets out exactly what to eat in order to live our healthiest lives.
Cook, Eat, Repeat by Nigella Lawson
Cook, Eat, Repeat is a delicious combination of recipes intertwined with narrative essays about food, all written in Nigella's engaging and insightful prose. Whether asking 'What is a Recipe?' or declaring 'Death to the Guilty Pleasure', Nigella's wisdom about food and life comes to the fore, with tasty new recipes that readers will want to return to again and again.
Davina’s Kitchen Favourites: amazing sugar free, no fuss recipes to enjoy together by Davina McCall
Mince pies, Christmas pudding, chocolates…if you eaten a lot of sugar over the holidays have a look at the latest book from Davina McCall ‘packed with tasty refined sugar-free recipes that get great meals on the table - fast. No fuss, no tricky-to-find ingredients, just amazing, healthy food fit for busy family life.’
Not a Diet Book: Take control, gain confidence, change your life by James Smith
Welcome to the James Smith revolution. Self-confessed disruptor of a billion-dollar diet industry, James is armed with every tool you'll ever need to achieve incredible results from dieting, training, and staying in shape to identifying the fads, phonies and nonsense that get in the way of genuinely lasting progress. Find this as an eBook or Audiobook here along some with more great suggestions.
30 Day Kick Start Plan by Joe Wicks
Lacking motivation? Know what you should do, but don't know where to start? Want to cook better, healthier food? This is the only 30-day plan you'll need to create new habits, keep on track and feel brilliant inside and out. This is also available in the eLibrary.
Lose Weight, Feel Great: The Doctor's Plan by Rangan Chatterjee
Weight loss isn't a race. It isn't one size fits all. Drawing on 20 years of experience as a GP, Dr Rangan Chatterjee has created a conscious, long-lasting approach to weight loss that goes far beyond fad diets and helps to find the best solutions that work for you. Read another of Dr Rangan Chatterjee’s books, Feel Better in 5, in our eLibrary.