Discover on this page our selection of books to understand and deepen your understanding of nutrition.
Gluten, How modern wheat intoxicates us
Are you sure that wheat is good for you?
Public authorities, nutritionists and food manufacturers encourage you to eat more and more
cereals, “for your health”. Julien Venesson’s survey shows that by eliminating wheat from your diet,
you could be healthier.
To reduce world hunger and increase yields, agronomists have profou ndly altered wheat genes. They
gave birth to monstrous varieties, Frankenblés. As a result, these modern wheat are much richer in
gluten than the ancestral varieties.
This book gives you an overview of the scientiﬁc research conducted on gluten and exclusive
interviews with specialists in the ﬁeld. Above all, it gives you the keys to maintain or regain your
Eat, your life will change – Dr Genevieve Moreau | Dr Olivier Coudron
Dr. Genevieve Moreau and Dr. Olivier Coudron
Written by Genevieve Moreau and Olivier Coudron, doctors and scientists specialising in nutrition
and health, founders of the Scientiﬁc Institute for Intelligent Nutrition (SIIN), this practical guide
covers all the simple questions that we often keep asking ourselves: butter or olive oil in the pan?
Su nﬂower or rapeseed oil for seasoning? Organic sugar or asparta me?
It also works in favour of a reasoned nutrition, respectful of both our body and the environment,
while not omitting the pleasure dimension through their advice and recipes.
The best way to eat – Angelique Houlbert
A kind of practical guide designed by the Lanutrition.fr website, with the collaboration of 15
internationally renowned researchers, and whose writing was coordinated by Angelique Houlbert,
This book reviews 8 major metabolic balances that our body must respect, then presents, in a
practical way, precise guidelines for better eati ng: which categories of food to choose? How often
and in what quantities? What methods of preparation and storage?
In short, a synthesis of good eating habits, allowing everyone to ﬁnd their way around easily.
Because a good drawing is better than a long speech, here is the ﬁrst 100% visual book that helps you
better understa nd your diet.
The author succeeds in putting our food reality into images based on objective data and, in passing,
dismantles some preconceived ideas.
In total, there are nearly 100 computer graphics that distill over the pages a wealth of useful and
futile information about what we eat.
Practical information, health, ecological, consumer:
- how to store your refrigerator properly,
- the vitamin and mineral intake of the French,
- how our diet has evolved over the past 50 years,
- the different ways of rearing hens,
- the water and carbon footprint of orange juice,
- the turnover of the various sectors of the agri-food industry,
- the growth of the establishment of su permarkets in France
- how to decode the labels of our food.
The nutrition of strength – Julien Venesson
Written by Julien Venesson, nutrition coach for many athletes, some of whom are at a high level, and
prefaced by Michael Gundill, a reference in the ﬁeld of strength sports, this book is a practical guide
that will allow athletes to design their own food plan according to their objectives, to develop their
muscle mass, gain power or lose fat mass for the needs of their sport.
What types of proteins, carbohydrates and fats should be preferred? How much and when? Which
food supplements are really effective and how to use them properly? All these questions are
addressed in a very concrete way, with a lot of precision and rigour since they are based directly on
the most recent scientiﬁc research.
This reference book on strength sports, combining theoretical and practical aspects, will enable
athletes to make the right food choices.
The force base
Christophe Bonnefont, Julien Venesson
After the success of Nutrition de la force, Christophe Bonnefont and Julien Venesson go behind the
stove. With them, learn how to make 100 tasty recipes in one go
of a potty spoon!
They have specially designed them for YOU, the power sportsman. Whether it’s gaining weight,
drying or pushing heavier, you’ll ﬁnd in this guide the right menus for your physical preparation.
Recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks…
Quickly done, well done: no time wasted in the kitchen, it’s as much money for your sport
Easy, even if you’ve never cooked before
Tested (and approved) by a panel of athletes
Balanced meals that preserve your health, even if you do not tolerate gluten
With nutritional information: calories, protein, carbohydrates, fat
Anticancer: Daily actions for the health of body and mind – Dr. David Servan-Schreiber
Dr. David Servan-Schreiber
In this best-seller translated into forty languages and sold more than a million copies worldwide,
David Servan-Schreiber, suffering from a brain tumour 15 years earlier, recounts his confrontation
with the disease and presents a new vision of the ﬁght against cancer: how, in addition to
conventional treatments, nutrition, the psychological dimension or even physical activity can help
strengthen natural defences and thus prevent the disease, slow its progress or contribute to its cure.
In particular, a large part of the book is devoted to the nutritional approach, and explains how
modern Western diets, too rich in reﬁned sugars, white ﬂours, hydrogenated and omega-6 fatty
acids, can promote the progression of cancers, and how these factors can be reduced through the
consumption of detoxifying foods of better nutritional quality (vegetables, fruits, aromatic herbs,
Nutritherapy – Dr Jean-Paul Curtay
Dr. Jea n-Paul Curtay
This book, written by one of France’s leading references in this ﬁeld, Dr Jean-Paul Curtay, presents all
the facets of this discipline, which was born some forty years ago in the United States and is still full
of future: nutritherapy.
In short, nutritherapy is the combination of a positive and judicious rebalancing of food, through the
consumption of foods that are more interesting from a nutritional point of view, and active
micronutrient supplementation, daily or circumstantial.
This book is intended for both amateurs who wish to improve their knowledge of nutrition, and in
particular of micronutrients, but also for health professionals who wish to incorporate the preventive
and curative power of good nutrition into their practice.
Nutrition & Sports Performance
William-D McArdle, Frank-I Katch, Victor-L Katch
A reference in the ﬁeld of dietetics of sport and exercise, this book, translated from English, is a kind
of synthesis of current knowledge in nutrition, biochemistry, physiology, anthropometry and
medicine, and studies the complex interactions between diet and physical activity.
More technical, but still accessible, it will be of particular interest to STAPS students, sports doctors,
dieticians or sports coaches, as well as all sports enthusiasts (professionals, high-level and leisure), by
addressing topics ranging from improving sports performance through better nutrition to controlling
body weight while respecting the basic rules of health and well-being.
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