10 Best Diet Books Dietary Expert Thinks You Should Read

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Are you trying to make a turnaround in life and looking for best diet books? In this guest post, Dr. Samuel Malloy will show you 10 best diet books to read.




Dieting’s come a long way from the miserable days of semi starvation and permanent hunger. Those days, eating celery and cardboard tasting, zero calorie crispbread was the only way to weight loss. A couple of weeks of that and most of us were back to chocolate and chips. It was a roller coaster.

Nowadays, there’s a multitude of choices but knowing which diet suits you can be bewildering. 

Here’s a guide to the 10 best diet books on the market:

1. The Sugar Smart Diet: Stop Cravings and Lose Weight While Still Enjoying the Sweets You Love! by Anne Alexander and Julia VanTine

Sugar is the 21st century baddie. This diet helps to cut sugar cravings and replace the weight gainer/tooth rotter with healthier options.


No calorie counting, lots of food AND weight loss is the deal here…almost too good to be true! The theory is - rotating food increases metabolic rate and reduces weight.


Change your eating habits is the message. Switch to satisfying high nutrition foods and reduce cravings for sugary, calorific meals and snacks and bingo…lose weight. 


The focus on this 12 week plan is on oats, beans and other water-rich foods as well as nutrient packed seeds to aid digestion and cut the flab.


Looking like we’re 6 months pregnant isn’t a good look, right. This science-based diet gets us eating the right food for gut health, thereby promoting weight loss. 


With this diet, you’ll shed pounds AND lower cholesterol by changing habitual eating patterns, replacing animal proteins with plant based foods.


Actor Chestnut and celebrity fitness guru Obadike have come up with a clinically proven fat burner. Following this food AND exercise regime produces dramatic weight loss.


This 30 day diet reprogrammes eating habits leading to sustained weight loss because it promotes a healthier relationship with food.


Well, this is radical; the keto diet is a low carb/high fat regime. Yes, it actually encourages eating healthy fats in order to burn fat.


A New York Times bestseller, with this diet, followers smoothie their way to a slim body. As a bonus, the nutrient packed fruit and vegetables provide a thorough body cleanse. 

So there you have it…10 best diet books to choose from – there’s got to be one out there to suit even the most reluctant dieter.

Dr. Samuel Malloy has been in general medicine for the past 25 years and currently the medical director at https://www.drfelix.co.uk/. He has a keen interest in body science and how to maintain a healthy and fit lifestyle.