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Reddit reviews on American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition

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u/leavethisworldbeh1nd · 6 pointsr/bangalore

You can self-study that stuff man. That's what i did. It will take you many many months(or years) of self study to complete this stuff.

I can give you a list of books i used as well -

Nutrition -

NUTRITION NOW (This is a academic textbook used in nutrition courses.)

https://www.amazon.com/Nutrition-Now-Judith-Brown/dp/1133936539

Lyle mcdonalds stuff - https://bodyrecomposition.com/category/nutrition/

weightrainer's stuff -
http://www.weightrainer.net/nutrition/nutrition.html

American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition

https://www.amazon.com/American-Dietetic-Association-Complete-Nutrition/dp/0470912073

Psychology -

Phew big fan of this subject. List of academic books i used to self study.

  • Social psych- Eliot aronson - Social animal.
  • Psychology 101 - Discovering psychology 6th edition.
  • Biological psychology - Kalat.
  • Positive psychology - Snyder.
  • Cognitive psychology - sternberg.
  • Evolutionary psychology - david buss.
  • Influence - Robert ciadini.
  • Theories on personality - Feist authors.
  • Sensation and perception - goldstein.

    Economics -

    Macroeconomics and microeconomics - mankiw. Basically any mankiw book will give you a basic overview.

    Adam smith - wealth of nations.

    Economics can go way deep as well and it will take years to gain mastery of the subject.
    You got game theory, Behavioral economics, developmental economics etc etc..

    These are very very deep subjects to be exploring - And what you plan to do in 1 year is simply not possible. Any courses offered by any institute will be puny and won't cover anything decently considering the vastness of the topics we are talking about.
u/Breal3030 · 6 pointsr/nutrition

I haven't read some of these books, but they seem to come from credible sources and be generally well-received. Anyone with personal experience with them should chime in.

From professional organizations, if that is your thing:

The Harvard Medical School Guide to Healthy Eating

American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide

A more in-depth textbook style book with a focus on accessibility and practical application:

Nutrition

Sports Nutrition/Geared towards active lifestyles:

Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook (One of the books that kicked off my interest in nutrition many years ago)

[The Men's Health Big Book of Food & Nutrition] (http://www.amazon.com/Mens-Health-Book-Food-Nutrition/dp/1605293105/ref=tmm_pap_title_0) (not perfect, but probably one of the simplest and most straight-forward options, with recipes included)

Precision Nutrition (Personal favorite. Complete toolkit, amazing recipes, easy to understand, can't say enough good things about it. Best 50 bucks you could spend.)

I hope that helps you at least get started thinking about it, and I hope others have more suggestions.

u/northstar223 · 2 pointsr/Cooking

I have two, one is on site and I can't remember the name but the other is American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide.