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- Nourishing Traditions, by Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig, Ph.D. (ISBN 0967089735)
This book is an education on nutrition and a handy guide on how to actually DO it. I appreciate its mountain of recipes. It makes nutrition practical. Not every suggestion fits Leviticus 11, but there are literally thousands of suggestions that do. If you read no other books, please read this one! It is $25 but worth every penny. You may find it cheaper at Best Book Buys.
- What the Bible Says About Healthy Living, by Rex Russell, M.D. (ISBN 0830742867)
This author attempts to explain why Old Testament’s guidelines on health are beneficial to us today. This is one of my favorite health books for Christians to read.
- The Maker’s Diet, by Jordan Rubin (ISBN 0425204138)
I appreciate this author, although his suggestions are sometimes expensive. By using Nourishing Traditions listed above, you should be able to implement his ideas at home, for much cheaper. I think this is a wiser course of action.
- Enzyme Nutrition, by Edward Howell (ISBN 0895292211)
While this author is not a believer, his views explain very beautifully how much our Master Designer loved us when He created good food for us to eat. This book will explain much of the scientific reasoning behind the conclusions listed in other books, yet it’s easy and enjoyable to read. This book is convincing!
- Food is Your Best Medicine, by Bieler (ISBN 0345351835)
If you’re sick, you’ll be thrilled to read about how fearfully and wonderfully made you are. Although not a believer, this author shows how the healthy foods God made are adequate for your healing. I love his explanation of why we got sick in the first place, and I’m happy to report that his guidelines follow the ones given in God’s Word.
- Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, by Weston A. Price (ISBN 0879838167)
This is a fun book to read, but use caution as he believes in evolution. This anthropologist traveled this world over 80 years ago and documented what indigenous cultures ate and why. Not everything lines up with Scriptural guidelines, but when things do, you’ll see beautifully illustrated the blessings that can come. Available free online here.