Books

It can be a challenge to find cook books and other reference books to help you on your clean eating journey. The following books are ones we recommend. You’re invited to check out our in-depth book reviews for additional infromation about why we’ve made these recommendations:

The Korean Kimchi Cookbooh by Kim Man-Jo, Lee O-Young, and Lee Kyou-Tae

The Korean Kimchi Cook Book by Kim Man-Jo, Lee O-Young and Lee Kyou-Tae, published by Tuttle Publishing
The Korean Kimchi Cook Book by Kim Man-Jo, Lee O-Young and Lee Kyou-Tae, published by Tuttle Publishing

Do you enjoy spicy foods? Would you like to learn how to make your own kimchi, pickles and fermented vegetable dishes? Are you worried about your gut health? Whether you’re interested in Korean food or simply interested in increasing the numbers of friendly flora in your gut, you’ll definitely want to own a copy of this book.

The Quick & Easy Ayurvedic Cookbook by Eileen Keavy Smith

The Quick & Easy Ayurvedic Cookbook by Eileen Keavy Smith. Photo courtesy of Tuttle Publishing.
The Quick & Easy Ayurvedic Cookbook by Eileen Keavy Smith. Photo courtesy of Tuttle Publishing.

Discover how the combinations of foods you eat can influence how you feel on a day-to-day basis. If you ever feel irritable, anxious or experience other annoying symptoms of imbalance for no apparent reason, this book could help you understand why — and more importantly, it could probably help you figure out what to do to relieve the symptoms.

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