How many books can change your life. Well, I don't know, but I DO know one that can. Bigger, Leaner, Stronger is that book. And it will, if you follow it, for the better.
Let me tell you how I knew about this book. Some time ago I was looking to get back exercising, so I bought some equipment for a gym at home, tired of spending time and money in gyms, and I needed something for my work outs. So I headed for amazon, and looked for bodybuilding books. This one had (and has) very good reviews, so I tried it and, at first, I didn't like it much. It was talking about what type of workouts you should do, but about calories, aminoacids, carbs, proteins and a bunch of vocabulary.
But when I continued reading, it all started to make sense, because without the proper vocabulary, you can't understand what you're reading. Then it goes on with the importance of nutrition, the good and bad nutrients and meals, how to make a meal plan if you want to cut, mantain or bulk. It also explains a lot of things that people don't know about Health, Nutrition and Fitness, and the biggest myths and mistakes of building muscle (although if you want it in more detail, there is this book: [[ASIN:B007GC5KNW Muscle Myths: 50 Health & Fitness Mistakes You Don't Know You're Making (The Build Healthy Muscle Series)]])
Then it comes the workouts. Although this is not a book about workouts, there are enough included in the additional free report, for a whole year. Finally, he gets to the supplements, which ones work, and which ones don't, so you can save a lot of money in useless supplements.
After reading this book in a day, my life started changing, and it has, for the better, and quickly.