Super Nutrition For Babies – by Katherine Erlich, MD and Kelly Genzlinger CNC – I can’t help but toot my own horn.  This is certainly one of my favorites and truly hope it will help the next generation be healthier than the last.

The Untold Story of Milk – Explains the history of milk, how pasteurization came to be the norm, and the many benefits of raw milk, as well as the controversy surrounding it.

Good Calories, Bad Calories – Gary Taubes. Fats, carbs, and the controversial science of diet and health.  A book that will reteach you how to think about food and what is truly good for you, and how “science” has skewed us to believe otherwise.

Nourishing Traditions – Sally Fallon.  Cookbook chock full of recipes and information on why our great grandparents, and past generations from other cultures, cooked the way they did, why it is healthier, what is wrong with lowfat and vegetarian diets, and how we can eat and cook to be healthier.

Nutrition and Physical Degeneration – Weston A. Price, DDS – Written by a dentist in the 1930’s, who traveled the world looking for communties with perfect teeth.  Although quite long, this book remarkable photographs and has amazing relevance to today’s worlds. This should be required reading for dentists.

Sugar…Stop the Addiction – Kelly Genzlinger, CNC, CMTA – Discusses the negative effects of sugar and provides a biochemical explanation and treatment protocol for sugar addiction.