Books By Laura Cipullo

Creating a healthy lifestyle from head to toe and sunrise to sunset may seem impossible, but Laura can teach you how. Choose from one of Laura’s famed books: The Diabetes Comfort Food Diet—written in conjunction with the editors of Prevention magazine, Healthy Habits: 8 Essential Kid-Friendly Nutrition Lessons Every Parent and Educator Needs to Know and, as of December 15, 2015, The Women’s Health Body Clock Diet. If you can’t get an appointment, read the books. They are a great way to learn how to eat, exercise, and yes, conquer your weight issues from NYC’s top nutrition expert with twenty years of experience as a RD, CDE, CEDRD, CDN. It’s a mouthful, but it ensures credibility and real tools to transform you and your family’s health.

The Women's Health Body Clock Diet

(Rodale, December 2015)

Obliterate overeating and erase years of damage from fad diets by resetting your metabolism and losing weight naturally. Using the latest research on the twenty-four-hour body clock, Laura teaches women when, how, and what to eat over a period of six weeks. This is every woman’s answer to end fad dieting and begin living healthily. Once you reset your body clock, you will learn to use hunger fullness cues and tools such as the Dirgha Breath and Comfort Card to end emotional eating. Laura will teach you the basics of self-care and self-compassion, allowing you to turn six weeks of effort into a lifetime of nourishment and body happiness. Based on science, as evidenced by Laura’s clients, this book focuses on you being well, not weight obsessed. Let weight loss (if needed) be a natural consequence of a positive nutrition philosophy and a reset metabolism. This book transforms women’s lives by helping the reader to reset and honor their body clock. With coping skills, recipes, self-care tips, and a whole new outlook on life, women will never again need to restrict or deprive themselves.

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Everyday Diabetes Meals For 1 or 2

(Robert Rose, March 2017)

Careful meal planning is paramount when it comes to managing diabetes and these delicious and healthy recipes will help you do that — they’re easy to prepare and specifically designed for one or two people. These recipes are designed for one or two people, but can be easily scaled up if you’re entertaining. Living with diabetes takes planning, effort, and thought. This shift in lifestyle may seem daunting, but this cookbook will make it so much easier. The 150 recipes and 14-day meal plan designed for just one or two servings will ease any nutrition anxiety because all the work has been done for you. Each recipe meets the American Diabetes Association’s recommendation standard of 45 gram to 60 gram carbohydrate allotment. These recipes will eliminate or decrease risk of insulin resistance, eliminate or decrease hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic episodes and decrease your risk for the health issues associated with diabetes. And what’s more, you’ll reduce your food bill, your waistline and improve your blood sugar management!

The Diabetes Comfort Food Diet

(Rodale, 2012)

This is an extraordinary book by Laura and the editors of Prevention magazine. It has been redesigned for easy reading and recipe-making with a second release in September 2015. Progress through through five stages of change under Laura’s START Program to create a diet of habitual nourishment while eating all foods managing blood sugar. You will learn the three best steps to modify recipes so you can eat all foods while simultaneously losing an evidence based and achievable amount of weight—7 percent of your current weight and reversing your blood sugar spikes. To make things easy there are two hundred recipes and a two-week meal guide using the comfort recipes to ease you into guilt free living. Think childhood favorites—burgers, brownies, and soon to be new favorites such as soba noodle salad and salmon with avocado salsa.

Healthy Habits: 8 Essential Kid-Friendly Nutrition Lessons Every Parent and Educator Needs to Know


Healthy Habits’ goal is to unite children and their families to achieve long-term dietary changes and increased physical activity. The goal is to encourage the development of confident, intuitive children who honor their internal satiation cues using the “Everyday Foods versus Sometimes Foods” philosophy. Create Healthy Habits in Eight Weeks and Keep on Going Healthy Habits can be used as a continuous eight-week program incorporating one nutrition lesson weekly or as a reference guide for parents and educators (coaches, schoolteachers, or nutrition students). The Lesson plans convey a Positive Nutrition approach teaching children how to eat all foods while still being healthy. This program is sensitive to the fact eating disorders are on the rise and prevention is essential. Wellness rather than weight loss is emphasized. This is your guide for sharing positive food and body messages rather than a good-versus-bad nutrition philosophy


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