What I am reading — March 2016

Hope you like some of my propositions.
This book contains your game plan for the FODMAP Elimination Diet, including menus, shopping lists, label reading tips, lists of low- and high-FODMAP foods, and a few recipes to help you get started! The new edition includes over 50 pages of new material: updates based on the latest research; more on coping with FODMAP intolerance and how to enjoy your favorite foods again; answers to over 100 of the best reader questions. IBS — Free at Last! Second Edition answers that all-important question: “What foods CAN I eat for my IBS?”
In “An Edible History of Humanity” Tom Standage serves up a hugely satisfying account of ways in which food has, indirectly, helped to shape and transform societies around the world. It is a dazzling account of gastronomic revolutions from pre-history to the present.
Heal the effects of chronic stress with restorative yoga. Relaxation programs for back pain, headaches, insomnia, jet lag, and breathing problems a special section for women during menstruation, pregnancy, and menopause a guide to props: what they are, where they go, how to fold and roll blankets, and around-the-house alternatives resources: where to find a yoga teacher, as well as recommended books, magazines, newsletters, audio programs, props, yoga vacations.