Recommended Books for Bariatric Patients

Help with Eating Skills and Disordered Eating

Alexander C. The Emotional First + Aid Kit: A Practical Guide to Life After Bariatric Surgery. 2nd ed. Matrix Medical Communications; 2009.

Cash TF. The Body Image Workbook: An 8-Step Program for Learning to Like Your Looks. 2nd ed. New Harbinger Publications; 2008.

Johnson A. Eating in the Light of the Moon: How Women Can Transform Their Relationships with Food Through Myths, Metaphors, and Storytelling. Gurze Books; 1996.

Piechota T. Real Solutions Weight Loss Workbook. American Dietetic Association; 2003.

Roth G. Women, Food, and God. Scribner; 2010.

Wansink B. Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think. Bantam Books; 2006.

Jan Chozen Bays.Mindful Eating: A Guide to Rediscovering a Healthy and Joyful Relationship with Food.  Shambhala; PAP/COM edition, 2009.

 

                

                                                

Healthy Cooking After Weight-Loss Surgery

Cook CM. The Success Habits of Weight Loss Surgery Patients. 2nd ed. Bariatric Support Centers, International; 2003.

Fouts D. 90 Ways to Ditch Your Diet. 360º Publishing; 2008.

Fouts D. Shakin’ It Up! by Chef Dave Fouts. 360º Publishing; 2008.

Furtado M, Schultz L. Recipes for Life After Weight Loss Surgery: Delicious Dishes for Nourishing the New You. Fair Winds Press; 2007.

Levine P, Bontempo-Saray M, Inabnet W, Urban-Skuros M. Eating Well After Weight Loss Surgery: Over 140 Delicious, Low-Fat, High-Protein Recipes to Enjoy in the Weeks, Months, and Years After Surgery. Marlowe; 2004.