“Vietnamese Street Food” ($29.95, 206 pp) by Tracey Lister and Andreas Pohl brings delicious Vietnamese cuisine right to your kitchen table. With recipes like “Classic Noodle Soup with Chicken,” “Crunchy Baguettes Filled with Skewers of Lemongrass Beef” and “Salt & Pepper Squid,” everyone will fall in love with this book.

“The Longevity Kitchen: Satisfying, BIG-FLAVOR RECIPES Featuring the top 16 AGE-BUSTING POWER FOODS” ($29.99, 243 pp) is the perfect guide to a healthy lifestyle. Written by Rebecca Katz and Mat Edelson, this book contains over 100 recipes that are nutritious and have a variety of benefits for the body. With recipes like “Herby Turkey Sliders” and “Costa Rican Black Bean Soup with Sweet Potato” this book proves that healthy eating can be delicious.

Stress, Anxiety, and Insomnia: What the Drug Companies Won’t Tell You and Your Doctor Doesn’t Know ($19.95, 137 pp) is written by Michael T. Murray, N.D. The book gives helpful advice on stress management without relying on drugs. With chapters like “What is Stress?,” “Develop Positive Coping Strategies,” and “Stabilize Blood Sugar Levels,” the book is a great resource for natural stress management.

Open Range: Steaks, Chops & More from Big Sky Country ($32.50, 271 pp) written by Jay Bentley and Patrick Dillion, brings Montana’s cuisine to your kitchen table. The book contains unique recipes like “Campfire Coffee Chili,” “Jewish-Style Elk Brisket,” and “Dearborn Ranch Pheasant Wrapped in Bacon and Grape Leaves.” With such eclectic dishes, your taste buds will never get bored.

Cooking with Quinoa for Dummies ($19.99, 336 pp) is the latest installment of the “Dummies” Series. Written by The Biggest Loser nutritionist Cheryl Forberg RD, this book features over 140 gluten-free recipes including “Thai Quinoa-Coconut Chicken Soup,” “Quinoa Currant Hotcakes,” and “Quinoa Chocolate Cake.”

Homemade with Love: Simple Scratch Cooking from In Jennie’s Kitchen ($27.50, 240 pp) is more than just a cookbook, it’s a love letter to food. Sharing her inspirational story, and every struggle along the way, author Jennifer Perillo creates a cookbook that champions the healing power of food.

In The Great Cholesterol Myth, authors Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., C.N.S. and Stephen Sinatra, M.D., F.A.C.C. lay out the evidence that lowering cholesterol won't help prevent heart disease, and then provide advice for lowering heart disease risk without the use of statin drugs. Recent studies and clinical findings reveal that sugar, inflammation, stress and high-carb diets are the real culprits in heart disease.

Kicking Cancer in the Kitchen: The Girlfriend’s Cookbook and Guide to Using Real Food to Fight Cancer ($22.00, 336 pp) is written by cancer survivors Annetta Ramke and Kendall Scott. After battling cancer and becoming certified holistic health coaches, these women wanted to write a book that is a “resource for the woman who has been handed the cancer card—and for the one who never wants to get it”.

The Alzheimer’s Prevention Cookbook: Recipes to Boost Brain Health ($30.00, 232 pp) is a collection of recipes to help prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Marwan Sabbagh teamed up with Food Network Chef Beau MacMillan to create recipes that contain brain-boosting ingredients such as turmeric, cinnamon, leafy greens, red wine and more.