Dr. Mark Hyman is among the most prolific health writers in recent decades—the proof is in his collection of nutrition-focused works, which is as expansive as it is focused. The New York Times bestselling author and functional medicine advocate has penned more than a dozen books. Nearly every one dives into a different facet of his approach to eating, whether that be his somewhat controversial “pegan” diet (an unlikely combination of paleo and vegan), writings on the failing of global food systems, vanquishing people’s fear of fats, and so on.
But which do you start with? This guide to Mark Hyman’s most-read books should simplify things .