Best Teen & Young Adult Diet & Nutrition Books
Here you will get Best Teen & Young Adult Diet & Nutrition Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. The Baking Cookbook for Teens: 75 Delicious Recipes for Sweet and Savory Treats
Author: by Robin Donovan
Published at: Rockridge Press (August 7, 2018)
It’s never too early to start cooking for yourselfa baking book for teens Whether you just want to make some cookies or you’re getting ready for living on your own away from home, this book will help you develop baking skills that will last a lifetime.
The Baking Cookbook for Teens introduces you to fundamental cooking concepts while also providing 75 sweet and savory recipes that are sure to satisfy. Don’t worry if you’ve never set foot in the kitchenthe simple and straightforward guidance in this cookbook for teens will teach you everything you need to know, starting with absolute basics like kitchen safety, properly mixing, handling eggs, and more.
Once you’ve got that down, get ready to impress your friends (and yourself) with delicious eats like Fudgiest Brownies, Classic Thin Crust Pizza, Red Velvet Cheesecake Bars, and so much more. Go beyond other cookbooks for teens with:Baking fundamentalsGet easy-to-understand baking guides that start off with the assumption that you’ve never tried cooking or baking for yourself before.
2. The Intuitive Eating Workbook for Teens: A Non-Diet, Body Positive Approach to Building a Healthy Relationship with Food
Author: by Elyse Resch
A new, non-diet approach to adopting healthy eating habits! Drawing on the same evidence-based practices introduced in Intuitive Eating, this workbook for teens addresses the ten principles of intuitive eating to help you listen to your body’s natural hunger and fullness cues.
Do you struggle with stress eating, overeating, emotional eating, or binge eating?You aren’t alone. Sometimes, when we’re not feeling so good, food can seem like a great comfort. The problem is that over time, overeating can lead to several physical health problems, as well as depression and lowered self-esteem.
So, how can you put a stop to unhealthy eating behaviors before they become ingrained, lifelong habits? With this breakthrough workbook, you’ll learn to notice and respect your body’s natural hunger and fullness signals, find real eating satisfaction, cultivate body positivity, and build a profound connection to your mind and body for years to come.
Each chapter includes an important principle of intuitive eating, and includes worksheets and activities to help you connect with and deepen your skills. Whether you’re a teen, a parent, a clinician, or a certified intuitive eating counselor, this proven-effective workbook is an essential resource.
3. Sports Nutrition For Young Adults: A Game-Winning Guide to Maximize Performance
Author: by Jackie Slomin MS RDN
Elevate your diet, elevate your performancea cookbook and sports nutrition guide for athletes ages 16 and upA structured and disciplined training regimen is vital to any up-and-coming athletebut without proper nutrition, you are just spinning your wheels. Sports Nutrition for Young Adults introduces you to the essential role nutrition plays in order to excel no matter the sport.
Whether you’re a competitive swimmer with Olympic dreams or a high school running back looking to become a gridiron great, the road to becoming a champion begins with good eating habits. Maximize your performance on and off the field with tasty, nutrient-rich recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Along with protein-packed variations of classics like pancakes and mac n’ cheese, this book offers up selections for particular nutritional needs within various diets, including vegetarian, vegan, ketogenic, gluten-free, and paleo. Sports Nutrition for Young Adults includes:All meals coveredThese sports nutrition dishes cover pre-activity, game day, and recovery periods.
4. Chew on This: Everything You Don't Want to Know about Fast Food
Author: by Eric Schlosser
This young readers edition of Eric Schlosser’s best-selling Fast Food Nation tells the fascinating, frightening truth about how the fast food industry has been feeding off children for generations. Kids love fast food. And the fast food industry definitely loves kids.
But where do fast food hamburgers come from? And what makes those fries taste so good? When Eric Schlosser’s best-selling book, Fast Food Nation, was published for adults in 2001, many called for his groundbreaking insight to be shared with young people.
Now Schlosser, along with co-writer Charles Wilson, has investigated the subject further, uncovering new facts kids and teens need to know. In Chew On This, they share the fascinating and sometimes frightening truth about what lurks between those sesame seed buns.
5. The Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children: Teaching Children to Cook the Nourishing Traditions Way
Author: by Suzanne Gross
Published at: Newtrends Publishing, Inc.; Illustrated edition (May 15, 2015)
With over six hundred thousand copies sold, Nourishing Traditions is a phenomenon that has captured the imagination of America’s health conscious consumers. The Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children provides children with the key messages of the parent bookthe benefits of eggs, butter, bone broths and soups, lacto-fermented foods, meat and organ meats.
Beautifully illustrated, the book teaches the basics of healthy cooking step by step. Children and their parents will enjoy lots of original recipes for healthy snacks, desserts, baked goods, lunches and breakfasts.
6. What the World Eats
Author: by Faith D'Aluisio
Published at: Tricycle Press; Illustrated edition (August 1, 2008)
Cooking for teens, like finding the perfect gift for teen boys and girls, is almost impossible. Teenagers like what they like, and they will only eat what they like. But instead of causing mealtime strife, now they can learn to cook those foods themselves.
With over 75 delicious recipes for meals at all times of the daybreakfast, snacks, sides, dinners, and dessert, tooTeens Cook is a guide to everything teenagers (and tweens) need to learn about conquering the kitchen without accidentally setting the house on fire.
Written by teens and for teens in easy-to-follow instructions, authors Megan and Jill Carle give young readers advice on how to maneuver their kitchen in a language they’ll understand (and actually listen to). The Carle sisters pass on their knowledge of how to decipher culinary vocabulary, understand kitchen chemistry (why stuff goes right and wrong when cooking), adapt recipes to certain dietary restrictions (like vegetarianism), and avoid all sorts of possible kitchen disasters.
8. Elena Vanishing: A Memoir
Author: by Elena Dunkle
This is the story of seventeen-year-old Elena, whose armor against anxiety becomes artillery against herself as she battles on both sides of a lose-lose war in a struggle with anorexia. Told entirely from Elena’s perspective and co-written with her mother, Elena’s memoir is a fascinating and intimate look at a deadly disease, and a must-read for anyone who knows someone suffering from an eating disorder.
9. Highs & Lows of Type 1 Diabetes: The Ultimate Guide for Teens and Young Adults
Author: by Patrick McAllister
Valuable tips, tricks, and advice from a veteran young adult with Type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes (T1D) can be a daunting diagnosis, especially for a young kid or a teen. Patrick McAllister knows. Diagnosed with T1D at age twelve, McAllister’s life changed forever, and he faced an uncertain future of insulin shots, diet regulations, and high school.
If only I had a roadmap, he thought. So, years after he learned things the hard way, he decided to write one. Whether it is managing mood swings, hormones, or blood sugar levels, Highs & Lows of Type 1 Diabetes is the ultimate teenager’s and young adult’s handbook for surviving, thriving, and flourishing with T1D during one of the most terrifying, yet exciting, phases of your life.
Many think of T1D as a scary disease that is sporadic and uncontrollable, but after eight years of dealing with the literal and figurative highs and lows of T1D, McAllister has learned that it is more a lifestyle change.
These pages detail a framework for every situation you could possibly imagine involving T1D, from coming home from the hospital after your diagnosis to preparing to leave your nest for freshman year at college. Learn how to:Count carbohydrates, pump insulin like a pro, and correct irregular blood sugar levelsTell your friends, get good grades, and survive schoolPlay sports with the right game-planNavigate sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ rollAnd more!
10. La domadora de mamuts: Reconcíliate con la comida y quítate el sobrepeso de encima (Spanish Edition)
Author: by Dra. Maria Bernarda Vergara
August 4, 2020
Cuidarte, verte bien y alcanzar o mantener tu peso ideal dejar de ser un problema en tu vida. En este libro conocers la importancia de iniciar y mantener una vida saludable para mejorar tu calidad de vida. Lejos los estereotipos, la Dra.
Mara Bernarda Vergara te entrega la llave de un puerta que an no has logrado derribar, el sobrepeso. Para hacerlo, te conduce en una exploracin personal que te ayudar a descubrir esa dificultad o ese ‘mamut’, del que se habla en el libro, y que te est haciendo cargar un peso que no te corresponde.
Pues no se trata de una cuestin fsica sino del equilibrio que debes mantener en tu mente y tu cuerpo para sentirte bien contigo misma. Aunque no todos los mtodos funcionan de la misma forma para todas las personas, hay informacin en el cerebro primitivo de la que, probablemente, eres esclavo y que aprenders a manejar para que comer no sea un problema ni un momento del que te sientes culpable, sino un momento que puedas disfrutar.
Aqu encontrars todos los tips de Los Cinco no negociables para que entregues al universo el peso que no te pertenece.
11. Eating Mindfully for Teens: A Workbook to Help You Make Healthy Choices, End Emotional Eating, and Feel Great (An Instant Help Book for Teens)
Author: by Susan Albers PsyD
Turn mindless eating habits into mindful eating habits! In this breakthrough workbook, Susan Albersauthor of Eating Mindfully and the New York Times bestseller, Eat Qoffers powerful mindfulness-based activities and skills to help you stop overeating. Do you zone out while eating?You’re not alone!
It’s easy to polish off a bag of chips or a giant bowl of popcorn while marathon-streaming your favorite TV show. And while indulging here and there certainly won’t hurt you, mindless eating can become a harmful habit in the long runleading to obesity, health problems, and negative body image.
So, how can you start making healthier food choices? Using the same highly effective approach as the breakthrough book Eating Mindfully, The Eating Mindfully Workbook for Teens will show you how to deal with the day-to-day challenges of making healthy decisions about food.
Instead of resorting to fad diets, you’ll learn how to avoid overeating in the first place, be more aware of your body, and really enjoy mealsinstead of just popping food in your mouth without thinking. It’s not easy to make smart food choices in our fast-paced, fast food culture.
12. Girls' Guide to Caring for Your Body: Helpful Advice for Growing Up
Author: by Isabel B. Lluch
Adolescence can be a tricky time. From periods and puberty to health and hygiene to fashion and beauty, every preteen girl has questions she’d like answered. The problem is, many girls feel too embarrassed to speak up, or aren’t sure who to ask.
Girls’ Guide to Caring for Your Body offers honest, helpful advice from authors Isabel and Emily Lluch, with the help of several noted health care, nutrition, fitness, dental, and beauty experts. Girls’ Guide provides information addressing every important topic in a preteen girl’s life, including acne, body hygiene, bras, periods, healthy eating, sports and fitness, and even stress, depression, and eating disorders.
Girls will appreciate the expert advice, offered in a straightforward, easy-to-understand manner, and will happily identify with the young authors and their peers. Additionally, each chapter is filled with tips and fun facts that can be used on a daily basis.
13. Eat This!: How Fast Food Marketing Gets You to Buy Junk (And How To Fight Back)
Author: by Andrea Curtis
Red Deer Press
Eat This!Examines how fast food marketing gets you to buy junk and how you can fight back. It shows how marketers embed sales pitches in media to lure consumers to foods that can negatively impact the health of children.
The author explains what advertising is, discusses product placement and other tools used to sell products. Curtis provides careful insights into the fast food industry and ways in which young people can push back. “Kids need to know the truth about junk food, and understand the millions of ways it’s pushed on them – every day.
Andrea’s fun and accessible book gives them the tools to fight back!” – Jamie Oliver, MBE, world-renowned chef and food campaigner “The title says it all. This is the first and only children’s book to tell the awful truth about the way our kids are assaulted by rapacious marketers.
But, most importantly, Andrea manages to tell the story to the kids themselves.” – Mark Bittman, best-selling author of How To Cook Everything “Eat This! Is a well-conceived, well-researched and empowering resource that helps students, parents and educators decode the marketing speak and arm themselves against powerful techniques used by junk food and beverage marketers.” – Lulu Cohen-Farnell, Founder, Real Food for Real Kids
14. A Teen’s Guide to Gut Health: The Low-FODMAP Way to Tame IBS, Crohn’s, Colitis, and Other Digestive Disorders
Author: by Rachel Meltzer Warren MS RDN
Take charge of your gut health now with the low-FODMAP diet. Are you a teen dealing with stomach problems? If so, you’re not alone! Fourteen percent of high school students have symptoms of IBSsuch as pain, bloating, and frequent trips to the bathroom.
Plus (as if that weren’t bad enough!, poor gut health can mean missed school days and trips, awkward explanations, extra doctor’s visits, and major cafeteria confusion. Here’s the good news: In A Teen’s Guide to Gut Health, registered dietitian Rachel Meltzer Warren explains how you can find reliefon a low-FODMAP diet.
GET DIAGNOSED: Whether it’s IBS, Crohn’s disease, colitis, or something else, Rachel Meltzer Warren explains the differences and who can help. GET FODMAP SAVVY: FODMAPs are certain carbs that can be hard to digest, and they lurk in many kinds of goodfor-you food, from apples to yogurt.
Identify your triggers and learn to avoid themwith a twopart elimination diet, shopping lists, meal plans, and more. GET YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED: No topic is too embarrassing for Meltzer Warren. You’ll also find Real Talk from real teens throughout!GET COOKING!