We understand that personalized (aka functional) nutrition is a dynamic and ever-evolving field, and staying current with emerging research and evidence-based practices is essential. Through our Book Review feature, we’ll help you to discover can discover books that are actually worth your time. We will strive to highlight books that empower you by bringing new perspectives, innovative approaches, and valuable insights firmly rooted in science or empirical evidence.
We are excited to unveil our new Book Reviews. We recognize the critical role that well-researched books play in informing and enriching your practice, and our aim is to provide you with a curated selection of books that align with high standards of scientific knowledge and practicality.
Our first book for review fits the bill nicely. Released yesterday, Alexandria DeVito’s 9 Months Is Not Enough: The Ultimate Pre-pregnancy Checklist to Create a Baby-Ready Body and Build Generational Health is at the forefront of the emerging field of preconception health.
This book is a wonderful resource for practitioners who are less familiar with lifestyle and nutrition considerations for women seeking to have a baby, as well as for their patients/clients. It seamlessly blends scientific research with practical strategies, empowering the reader to make informed choices that can improve the chances of having a successful pregnancy and a healthy baby.
The full review may be found here.
So, welcome to our Book Review feature, where we are committed to enhancing your practice through the power of knowledge and evidence-based literature. Together, we embark on a journey of professional growth and continuous learning. Bon voyage!