Low Carb Book Reviews at CarbSmart.com

Whether you're new to the low carb lifestyle or a seasoned veteran, you need to read at least one low carb book. We've read them all and help you decide which ones you should consider reading.

Book Review: The Smarter Science of Slim by Jonathan Bailor

CarbSmart Magazine October 2013

I had the privilege of meeting Jonathan Bailor and his lovely wife Angela on the 2013 Low Carb Cruise. I was impressed by Jonathan’s passion for helping others and his talk was informative and entertaining. By the end of the cruise I knew I had to read his book The Smarter Science of Slim. I can honestly say this book didn’t disappoint.

Book Review: If Naturopaths Are Quacks… Then I Guess I’m A Duck

CarbSmart Magazine September 2013

The title of this book gave me a good chuckle. Why wouldn’t anyone believe in a nutrition-based, natural approach to health and healing? It seems we are fixated on the idea that health must come in the form of a pill or some other expensive method, often less effective than simpler approaches.

Book Review: The Fat Switch by Dr. Richard Johnson

CarbSmart Magazine June 2013

Book Review: The Fat Switch by Dr. Richard Johnson, reviewed by Dana Carpender in the June 2013 issue of CarbSmart Magazine. What if burning fat were as simple as flipping a switch? This book shares ideas so revolutionary, so startling, that Dana read it twice in a row. Mind-blowing stuff.

Review: The Farmer’s Kitchen: The Ultimate Guide to Enjoying Your CSA and Farmers Market Foods

CarbSmart Magazine June 2013

Worth It: The Farmer’s Kitchen: The Ultimate Guide to Enjoying Your CSA and Farmers Market Foods by Julia Shanks and Brett Ghohsgal, reviewed by Amy Dungan in the June 2013 issue of CarbSmart Magazine. So you’ve got 2 zucchinis, 3 heads of lettuce, a basket of cherry tomatoes, a dozen eggs, and some local grass-fed cheese. Now what? Introducing the book that knows.

Book Review: Wheat Belly Cookbook by Dr. William Davis

Wheat Belly Cookbook

Living wheat free takes a little work, which is why Dr. Davis has written a companion cookbook titled Wheat Belly Cookbook – 150 Recipes to Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back to Health. Cookbook review by Amy Dungan.