Love Your Skin, Love Yourself: Achieve Beauty, Health, and Vitality from the Inside Out and Outside In ($13.99, 160 pp) is a new top-seller by Rachel Pontillo, a board-certified holistic health coach. The book is a collection of natural and holistic means to achieving healthy, good-looking skin. Pontillo also covers how to cope with the emotional struggles that bad skin can cause.
The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) has released the third edition of Vitamin and Mineral Safety, which includes the trusted recommendations of Tolerable Upper Intake Levels (ULs) of supplements. The ULs are science-based and factor in dietary intake.
Council for Responsible Nutrition, 1828 L St., NW, Ste. 510, Washington, DC 20036, www.crnusa.org
A new book from Jay and Linda Kordich gives readers everything they need to know about the power of juice and living foods. Live Foods Live Bodies! ($18.95, 228 pp) is divided into three sections. Part one talks about Jay Kordich’s recovery from cancer through healing juices; part two covers how to transition to a living foods diet; and part three offers 100 recipes.
Kale ($14.95, 192 pp) is a guide to one of the world’s most powerful superfoods. Author Stephanie Pedersen starts by telling readers all about the nutrients that kale offers and its anti-inflammation and wellness benefits. The fun-to-read guide offers 75 kale recipes and a guide for growing kale.
Honey experts C. Marina Marchese and Kim Flottum have put together The Honey Connoisseur: Selecting, Tasting, and Pairing Honey, With a Guide to More than 30 Varietals ($26.95, 256 pp). This text offers explanations and step-by-step instructions about the origin and flavor of more than 30 varietals of honey, wine and cheese pairings and simple recipes featuring honey.
Jacob Teitelbaum, M.D.’s The Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Solution ($15.00, 320 pp) provides cutting-edge research and scientific information about treating chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and their often dismissed symptoms. Teitelbaum presents the SHINE protocol for addressing Sleep, Hormonal support, Infections, Nutritional support and Exercise.
The Dinnertime Survival Cookbook ($22.00, 256 pp) by Debra Ponzek with Mary Goodbody is a cookbook accessible to all levels of cooking skill. The recipes require only a few simple ingredients and are perfect for busy families. With recipes for burgers, soups, salads, desserts, and more, there’s something for everybody in this cookbook. Running Press, 2300 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 www.runningpress.com
Meetings and Awakenings: The Coevolution of Plants and People (142 pp) by Ric Scalzo and Greg Cumberford urges readers to get in touch with nature and reach out to plants as humans always have. The authors assert that plants have been evolving with humans to benefit them in a semi-symbiotic relationship. The book features vibrant color photos and is free to access online. Gaia Herbs, 101 Gaia Herbs Drive Brevard, NC 28712 www.gaiaherbs.com
Fish Market: A Cookbook for Selecting and Preparing Seafood ($22.00, 248 pp) by Kathy Hunt is a cookbook for all seafood lovers. The book is organized by seafood type, from bivalves to different kinds of fish, and offers information on the nutritional value of each category of seafood, as well as instructions on how to prepare it within a number of recipes. Hunt also provides recipes for side dishes to serve along with the seafood centerpieces. Running Press, 2300 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 www.runningpress.com
Health at Gunpoint ($14.95, 162 pp) gives readers a close look at the Food and Drug Administration. Author James J Gormley, an award-winning editor and journalist, exposes the FDA’s opposition to natural health products and how the organization is trying to limit access to dietary supplements in the United States. The book provides a history of the natural health movement and features charts and supplementary information. SquareOne Publishers, 115 Herricks Road Garden City Park, NY 11040 www.squareonepublishers.com