I LOVE Gluten Is My Bitch by April Peveteaux because it is the most real depiction of what the Gluten Free lifestyle is like. She’s funny and tells her story well. Plus, there’s lots to learn from her too.
The Paleo Manifesto by John Durant /Michael Malice
Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat by Melissa Joulwan. I’ve tried some of Melissa’s recipes and have never been disappointed.
Food is Your Best Medicine by Henry Bieler
Simply Gluten Free Magazine—My favorite magazine!
Not a book, but a favorite for sure! I received this stainless steel food scoop from my sister Andrea who is the best cheesecake baker on the planet. I love this for scooping up chopped veggies! If you like to cook, then this helps make food prep fun and easy. Thanks Sis!
With a title like The Firestarter Sessions, this book makes you want to read it. The title says “jump in” and it lives up to its name. My friend Kristen told me about it and I ordered it THAT DAY. As she explained to me what it was about, I was in it from the start. It’s a lot of things we all try to do and think, but the way Danielle LaPorte writes gives you the boost you need—and important reminders too! I’ve already shared it with two people, and they both were ecstatic!
The Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson. This book completely changed how I ate—and felt.
The War of Art by Steven Pressfield is a good kick in the pants for anyone who struggles with doubt and getting their great work out in the world. I love this particular excerpt from the book on The Artist’s Life.
My son and daughter-in-law, John and Shanny, sent this this little treasure to me: Jennifer’s Way by actress Jennifer Esposito. They are both avid readers, and John has celiac disease, too. Thank you J&S!