Best diet books of all time
A reference guide to the health risks of genetically modified foods describes how ingredients in common products are genetically processed while assessing their potential risks, counseling parents on organic alternatives and the methods through which corporate producers of genetically modified foods can be countered. Simultaneous.
More free books Your Right to Know : Genetic Engineering and the Secret Changes in Your Food – Andrew Kimbrell
More than half of America's processed grocery productsfrom corn flakes to granola bars to diet drinkscontain genetically altered ingredients. They are unlabeled and untested, and we are eating them. "Your Right to Know" explains the issues and tells us what we know and don t know about these foods, while providing guidance on how to find healthy and organic alternatives. Revised and […] Dictionary of Food Ingredients – Y. H. Hui
The Dictionary of Food Ingredients is a unique, easy-to-use source of infor- mation on over 1,000 food ingredients. Like the previous editions, the new and updated Third Edition provides clear and concise information on currently used additives, including natural ingredients, FDA-approved artificial ingredients, and compounds used in food processing. The dictionary entries, organized […] The Simple 5 Ingredient Skinny Slow Cooker : 5 Ingredients, Low Calorie, No Fuss – Cooknation
The Simple 5 Ingredient Skinny Slow Cooker Recipe Book 5 Ingredients, Low Calorie, No Fuss. Anyone with a busy life knows that mealtimes can be tough. You may be a parent who needs to feed the family, single with a demanding job, a student on a budget or just simply out of fresh ideas to keep yourself on track. Thankfully there's a solution that will help. The slow […] Foods That Combat Diabetes : The Nutritional Way to Wellness – Maggie Greenwood-Robinson
Approximately 17 million Americans live with diabetes, a full 7 percent of the population. In recent years, huge strides have been made in the treatment of the disease, yet one method stands out from all the rest in its ease and effectiveness: food. This accessible guide offers many type-2 diabetes sufferers a natural and effective way to control the levels of insulin in their […] User’s Guide to Garlic – Stephen Fulder
Covering a wide range of popular alternative medicine and health issues, User's Guides are written by leading experts and science writers and are designed to answer the consumer's basic questions about disease, conventional and alternative therapies, and individual dietary supplements.
Author: Stephen Fulder
Pages: 98 pages
Size: 21.26 Mb Nutrition in Women’s Health – Debra Krummel
"Nutrition in Women's Health" is the resource that leads you through every step, principle, and strategy you'll need to help your female clients acheive and maintain nutritional health. Never before has one reference brought together so much valuable and useful information on normal nutrition and preventive nutrition throughout the life cycle, plus current women's health research. […] Tribal Brunch : Food for Health and Friendship – Kirsten D’Agostaro Shook
Food is the gasoline that fuels our machines. Its what makes them run like beautiful performance cars. The better the gasoline, the better the car is going to run. When we have the right balance of energy in and energy out, the car not only performs better, it looks better because we are addressing the internal systems that keep it looking good on the outside. However, when that […] Sugar Counter for Health : The Smart Person’s Guide to Hidden Sugars – Roberts
As the dangers of sugar, especially added sugars, are becoming more apparent, there has never been a greater need to be able to know how much sugar we are consuming. There are many types of sugar, but only two of them, fructose and glucose, are associated with obesity, diabetes, and other health problems. Sugars can be hidden, and in this practical handbook Elizabeth Roberts lists […]
Best diet books of all time