Best diet books of all time
Kombucha is a sweetened tea beverage that, as a consequence of fermentation, contains ethanol, carbon dioxide, a high concentration of acid (gluconic, acetic and lactic) as well as a number of other metabolites and is thought to contain a number of health-promoting components.
Dr Carly Willeford Dnp
More free books My Kombucha Log – Tracy Tennant
This journal-style logbook is designed for keeping notes on your forays into fermenting. Does the idea of fermenting your own farm-fresh foods and beverages excite you? Are you thrilled at the thought of creating beneficial bacteria and enzymes that promote probiotic growth in your gut? If adding nutrient-dense nourishment to your diet is your "cup of (kombucha) tea," The Fervent […] My Kefir Log – Tracy Tennant
This journal-style logbook is designed for keeping notes on your forays into fermenting. Does the idea of fermenting your own farm-fresh foods and beverages excite you? Are you thrilled at the thought of creating beneficial bacteria and enzymes that promote probiotic growth in your gut? If adding nutrient-dense nourishment to your diet is your "cup of kefir," The Fervent Fermenter […] Wannabe Healthy : A Simple Guide to Healthy Living – Crystal Escobar
I simple step by step guide to making your own Kombucha, Kefir, and fermented vegetables. Also cover how to sprout and information on cleansing.
Author: Crystal Escobar
Pages: 28 pages
Size: 22.83 Mb The Science of Drinking : How Alcohol Affects Your Body and Mind – Amitava Dasgupta
What happens when you drink your favorite cocktail? How does it go from beverage to buzz? Or from buzz to blotto? Here, Dr. Amitava Dasgupta, a practicing toxicologist and researcher in the field of alcohol and drugs, provides answers for everything you ever wanted to know about drinking, from what creates the high to how to tell when you've had too much.
Author: Amitava […] Enhance Your Health with Fermented Food – Warren Jefferson
Fermenting is a time-honored, inexpensive, and efficient way of preserving food. In addition, when foods are fermented, they become rich in probiotics that enhance the intestinal flora, resulting in improved digestion, strengthened immunity, and greater overall well-being.
Beloved the world over, fermented foods encompass everyday favorites, such as beer, sauerkraut, yogurt, and […] Tonics – Robert A. Barnett
As modern medicine has begun to appreciate the wisdom behind traditional healing foods and beverages, restorative elixirs have moved to the forefront of natural remedies. The science of phytochemicals, or plant compounds, has shown that many components of everyday foods have significant medicinal potency. Robert A. Barnett, distinguished food and health journalist and an early […] Caffeine in Food and Dietary Supplements : Examining Safety: Workshop Summary – Planning Committee for a Workshop on Potential Health Hazards Associated with Consumption of Caffeine in Food and Dietary Supplements
Caffeine in Food and Dietary Supplements is the summary of a workshop convened by the Institute of Medicine in August 2013 to review the available science on safe levels of caffeine consumption in foods, beverages, and dietary supplements and to identify data gaps. Scientists with expertise in food safety, nutrition, pharmacology, psychology, toxicology, and related disciplines; […] Recent Trends in Soft Beverages – K. Ramalakshmi
This book discusses recent trends in soft beverages. Chapters discuss chemical composition, health benefits and by-products. Recent trends in value addition are also examined in detail. * Explores recent trends in soft beverages from ingredients and classification to processing and quality control* Discusses chemical deposition, health benefits and by-products featuring the […]
Best diet books of all time