The Food Effect Diet
Following the success of her Food Effect Diet, which was serialized in The Times, doctor and nutritionist Michelle Braude offers a similar weight-loss programme for vegans. With an emphasis on long-term health, she dispels dietary myths and offers information on getting adequate amounts of fat, carbohydrate and protein, before concluding with a selection of simple recipes and a 28-day menu planner.
Pain and Prejudice
A Call to Arms for Women and Their Bodies
In 2015 Gabrielle Jackson's account of living with endometriosis inspired a worldwide investigation into the disease by The Guardian. Blending personal memoir and polemic, she confronts the ways in which our culture responds to the pain caused by a variety of medical conditions unique to women, revealing how they are frequently let down by the systems that ostensibly exist to help them.
The Hybrid Diet
Your Body Thrives on Two Fuels
Recent research demonstrates that a diet low in carbohydrates and high in good fats is highly effective for weight loss. Explaining how to make the best use of both food groups, and how to switch between them for optimum results, the health journalist Jerome Burne and nutrition expert Patrick Holford present an easy-to-follow eating plan based on the latest science.
Your Superstar Brain
Unlocking the Secrets of the Human Mind
Combining insights from groundbreaking research with anecdotes from her own life, a neuroscientist here provides an accessible introduction to the evolution and functioning of the human brain. She explains how our personalities, memories and emotions are created, considers the foods, music and activities that can supposedly benefit or harm our intellectual abilities, and examines why our big brains still make bad decisions and reward addictive behaviours.