the Hartwigs, two health professionals, to
lose weight and reset metabolism. It
includes more than 100 chef-developed
recipes, success stories, community
resources, and an FAQ. 150,000-copy
announced first printing.
Brain Maker: The Power of Gut
Microbes to Heal and Protect Your
Brain for Life by David Perlmutter with
Kristin Loberg (Apr. 28, hardcover, $28,
ISBN 978-0-316-38010-2). The bestselling author of Grain Brain examines the role
of gut bacteria in determining the brain’s
destiny. It explains how nurturing gut
health through simple strategies can alter
the brain’s development for the better.
300,000-copy announced first printing.
The Food Babe Way: Break Free
from the Hidden Toxins in Your Food
and Lose Weight, Look Years Younger,
and Get Healthy in Just 21 Days! by Vani
Hari (Feb. 10, hardcover, $27, ISBN 978-
0-316-37646-4). The food activist and
author provides a 21-day plan to rid the
body of toxins, lose weight without counting calories, and restore natural glow. She
includes anecdotes of her own transformation along with shopping lists, meal plans,
and recipes. 150,000-copy announced first
The Badass Body Diet: The Breakthrough Diet and Workout for a Tight
Booty, Sexy Abs, and Lean Legs by
Christmas Abbott (May 5, hardcover,
$27.99, ISBN 978-0-06-239095-0).
CrossFit celebrity Abbott teaches readers
how to spot-reduce excess fat with targeted
meal plans and recipes, and with a quick
and simple workout plan for a toned
butt—the key to total body fitness.
100,000-copy announced first printing.
Got Milked: The Great Dairy Decep-
tion and Why You’ll Thrive Without
Milk by Alissa Hamilton (Mar. 3, hard-
cover, $26.99, ISBN 978-0-06-236205-6).
Independent scholar Hamilton takes aim
at the dairy industry’s successful “Got
Milk?” advertising campaign, arguing
that, contrary to popular belief, cow’s milk
is far from essential for good health, and
that for many, milk can actually be harm-
ful. She also offers simple food and drink
swaps that deliver the same nutrients found
in milk products. 75,000-copy announced
The 22-Day Revolution: The Plant-Based Program That Will Transform
Your Body, Reset Your Habits, and
Change Your Life by Marco Borges (May
5, hardcover, $27.95, ISBN 978-0-451-
47484-1). Founded on the principle that it
takes 21 days to make or break a habit, the
22-Day Revolution is a plant-based plan for
anyone seeking to lead a healthier lifestyle,
to lose weight, or to reverse serious health
problems. Exercise physiologist Borges has
worked extensively with celebrity clients.
Vitamania: Our Obsessive Quest for
Nutritional Perfection by Catherine
Price (Feb. 24, hardcover, $27.95, ISBN
978-1-59420-504-0). Journalist Price
narrates the;surprising story of how Americans’ embrace of vitamins;has led to today’s
cornucopia of dietary supplements. Her
research and conclusions will challenge
commonly held myths about nutrition that
could actually be unhealthy.
Living the Farm Sanctuary Life:
The Ultimate Guide to a Mindful, Compassionate, Animal-Friendly Life by
Gene Baur with Gene Stone (Apr. 7, hardcover, $29.99, ISBN 978-1-62336-489-2).
Baur, the cofounder and president of Farm
Sanctuary, combines discussion of core
principles with stories about animals
rescued by Farm Sanctuary; he also gives
recipes that promote eating in ways that
benefit both two- and four-legged animals.
This Is Your Do-Over: The 7 Secrets
to Losing Weight, Living Longer, and
Getting a Second Chance at the Life You
Want by Michael F. Roizen (Feb. 24, hardcover, $26, ISBN 978-1-5011-0333-9).
Roizen, bestselling author and chief well-
ness officer of the Cleveland Clinic, addresses
all the areas that contribute to total-body
wellness, including nutrition, exercise, sex,
stress, sleep, and the brain, and provides
strategies that anyone of any age can use to
earn a “do-over” for a healthier life.
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The Dorito Effect: Why All Food Is
Becoming Junk Food—and What We
Can Do About It by Mark Schatzker (May
5, hardcover, $27, ISBN 978-1-4767-
2421-8). Journalist Schatzker demonstrates how the approach to the nation’s
number one public health crisis has gotten
it wrong. Several decades of food development and processing has led to highly cra-veable but nutritionally empty food. His
solution: a new approach to flavor.
The Gene Therapy Plan: Taking Control of Your Genetic Destiny with Diet
and Lifestyle by Mitchell L. Gaynor (Apr.
21, hardcover, $27.95, ISBN 978-0-670-
01526-9). An oncologist and integrative
medicine specialist argues that people can
change how the genes they are born with
are expressed by using foods and supplements that prevent and reverse disease.
The Nurses: A Year with the Heroes
Behind the Hospital Curtain by Alexandra Robbins (May 5, hardcover, $24.95,
ISBN 978-0-7611-7171-3). The journalist
author followed nurses in four hospitals
and interviewed hundreds of others to produce a narrative focused on the frontline
responders to traumas, illnesses, and
aggression from surprising sources.
75,000-copy announced first printing.
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Design Mom: How to Live with Kids:
A Room-by-Room Guide by Gabrielle
Stanley Blair (Apr. 7, hardcover, $29.95,
ISBN 978-1-57965-571-6). Blair, a
mother of six and the force behind the blog
and website DesignMom.com, believes
that design doesn’t have to disappear when