35 in 365 book challenge
I once read, "If you want to accomplish anything, you have to be willing to disappear for a little while."
Well, it looks like I'll be 'disappearing' for the coming year. As a nutritionist passionate about food, health, and wellness, I'm constantly reading books, listening to podcasts, and generally trying to build and expand my knowledge so I can better help you. But sometimes, like in anything, life gets in the way. And not just for me. For you, too, I'm sure. You probably have many questions when it comes to nutrition, how your body works, and the many things you can do to improve your overall health and wellness. But everyone's got a different opinion. One expert says X, another doctor says Y, and everyone's doing Z. It's confusing. How do you even start to make sense of all these conflicting points of view? Isn't nutrition supposed to be based on objective science anyway? Alas, it's not always that simple.
So, to help you make sense of at least some of the diets, opinions, and trends out there, I'm tackling the challenge of reading 35 books about nutrition in 365 days. The books will be selected based on my areas of interests and what feels relevant to me at this time. It will by no means be a comprehensive list of the top books in the field (how could you even make that list?), but will at least give you a snippet of insight into conversations on various topics within the study of nutrition. So for every book completed, I'll share a review that will give you the full low down on what the book is about, what I think of it, and what you should take away and start applying today.
So let's get started - #35in365!