Description : A newly updated edition of the groundbreaking, best-selling guide to the vital link between food and health—now featuring more than 50 recipes for good health. The first edition of Foods That Harm, Foods That Heal changed the way we view food and its impact on our bodies. More than 7 million copies of the book have been sold worldwide since then, and interest in food as medicine has only grown as researchers have continued to discover the crucial connections between diet and chronic conditions such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and other serious illnesses, as well as the impact of food on stress, insomnia, and other common complaints. In this newly updated edition, you’ll find: *More than 100 health condition entries from arthritis to insomnia to heart disease, with quick tips on what to eat to prevent or treat each ailment naturally *More than 170 food entries from apples to zucchini, plus simple ways to eat, cook, and store each food to maximize its healing potential *More than 50 delicious and easy-to-make recipes featuring the healing foods *Special features on the potential dangers of pesticides, food additives, and genetically modified crops; the many benefits of vitamin D; the real deal on high-fructose corn syrup; the dangers of mixing food and medicine; and much more
Description : Describes the nutritional and therapeutic benefits of various fruits and vegetables, offers advice on diet and nutrition, and suggests healthful recipes
Description : Enjoy vibrant health by tapping into nature's cornucopia of vitality-enhancing foods. The author explores the nutritional value of nuts, grains, sprouts, and vegetables and explains the benefits and dangers of various types of food.
Description : With this text, Caceres hopes readers will open their spiritual eyes to see the mistakes they are making in their diet and open their spiritual ears to listen only to the voice of God.
Description : In Japan, the old ways have prevailed well into the 21st century. Small family run shops still make miso, tofu, shoyu, tamari, amazake and other traditional healing foods the same way they were made centuries ago. Perched on ladders, tamari makers gently stir fermenting brew in two-hundred-year-old wood vessels that easily top ten feet. Farmers cultivate shiitake and green tea and harvest sea vegetables according to the ancient, natural ways. These producers use the purest ingredients available, and provide superior foods that promote and sustain health. In Japanese Foods That Heal, John and Jan Belleme introduce eighteen essential foods from Japan that are still cultivated and prepared using time-honored methods and recipes. These traditionally made healthy Japanese foods have been proven to cure and prevent degenerative disease, and to prevent premature aging—a fact the Japanese have known for centuries. By stocking up on these healing Japanese foods, your pantry will become a key element of your healthy lifestyle! This healthy Japanese cookbook includes everything you need to know about these healthy and delicious foods—from nutrition and medical facts to recipes and tips for creating wholesome and flavorful meals. You will come to appreciate how each food was produced in years past, how it can benefit your health and well-being, and how it is made today. This collection of recipes shows you how rewarding it is to prepare simple, nourishing meals that both promote good health and please the palate. A pronunciation guide and food glossary demystify Japanese foods that at first may seem exotic to Westerners. And a shopping resource offers practical tips for finding all the foods used in the book. Using this healthy Japanese cooking book as a guide, you will soon learn that the old Japanese saying Isoku Dogen, or "Food is Medicine," is more than a proverb; it is the key to a healthier, more fulfilling life.
Description : Many authors give the reader too much information on food and nutrition. This is a precise guide to the foods that are beneficial to the body in providing the exact minerals and vitamins the body will need to help guarantee excellent health. With a list that can easily be followed in the supermarket, the best foods for the body and information on what they will help provide to improve your body's health.
Description : Like its companion books--the number-one bestselling Prescription for Nutritional Healing and the newer Prescription for Herbal Healing--Prescription for Dietary Wellness offers authoritative information that is research-based and clearly written, making it easy for the reader to quickly find the subjects in which he or she is interested and to incorporate the dietary recommendations into his or her daily life. Updates in this second edition include: phytochemicals and antioxidants foods that boost immunity how to choose the most nutritious foods "standout" healing foods how to design a diet for your individual optimal health, taking into account special dietary needs such as those of women, children, vegetarians, and others food combining diet-based healing techniques such as juicing, fasting, and detoxifying how to avoid potential dietary dangers, including threats to water safety, foodborne diseases, food additives, food irradiation, antibiotics, genetically engineered foods, and undesirable substances such as caffeine, cholesterol, and sugar. While not a cookbook, Prescription for Dietary Wellness also includes a number of easy, wholesome recipes and advice on cooking methods. It is a complete, practical guide to eating for good health.
Description : Nutritionist Suzannah Olivier reveals the active chemicals in food that boost our immune system and help us to fight disease. She explains how what we eat can improve our energy levels and lift our mood, and why arthritis, high blood pressure and many other chronic conditions can be relieved by simple changes to the food we eat.