• The Autoimmune Protocol Meal Prep Cookbook – Sophie Van Tiggelen

Knowing which foods to eat and which to avoid on the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP) is only half the battle. Making it happen with a busy schedule is a whole other ball game!

The Autoimmune Protocol Meal Prep Cookbook shows you how with ten menus, shopping lists and step-by-step instructions for preparing all your meals for the week in one cooking session. You’ll also find keto, low-FODMAP, paleo, and coconut-free meal plans.

Say hello to healthy and delicious AIP meals, always available to eat at home, at work or on-the-go!

  • Dana Carpender’s Keto Fat Gram Counter – Dana Carpender

Need help figuring out what you can and can’t eat on your keto diet?

Low-Carb Queen Dana Carpender takes the guesswork out of knowing which foods are on or off the table with this handy little guide that includes a comprehensive directory of total fat, carbs, protein, fibre and calorie amounts for countless types of food from meat, fruits and vegetables to popular packaged and restaurant foods.

Carry it in your purse, pocket or briefcase and you’ll never struggle to stay keto.

  • Yoga: A Manual For Life – Naomi Annand

A practice companion and beautiful coffee table book, Yoga: A Manual for Life is for anyone interested in yoga, mindful movement and meditation, and in exploring how these practices fit within the modern world.

This extensive guide to poses features a number of picture-led sequences with specific targets in mind: to combat stress and fatigue, to ground, to uplift, to inspire creativity and to sleep better. It provides an opportunity for people to disengage from technology and hone their concentration and focus.

  • Keto For Life – Mark Sisson

In Keto for Life, Mark shows readers how to reset their biological clock in 21 days through a unique program that combines intermittent eating with strategies to lower inflammation and achieve metabolic flexibility.

Mark’s meal plans detail what to eat for every decade of life, how to reduce carbs and increase protein intake as you age, and how to turbo charge your metabolism for increased energy, appetite, cognitive function, and stabilised mood.

Specifically targeted for the nutrition and lifestyle needs at each stage of life, this book brings and entirely new facet to the ketogenic eating trend.

  • Moon Milk – Gina Fontana

Watch out wellness warriors – moon milks are here! Moon milks draw from the ancient Ayurvedic tradition of drinking warm milk with healing herbs and spices at bedtime to lull you into a blissful sleep.

This pretty collection of moon milk recipes is full of the most effective, scientifically proven ingredients to reduce insomnia. It also focuses on plant-based, dairy-free milk alternatives so that anyone with food intolerances can still harvest the many benefits of this potent drink.

Offering a modern take on the ancient tradition of drinking warm milk with sleep-inducing ingredients, Moon Milk combines these two trends into one beautiful recipe book.