Best diet books of all time
A nutrition expert presents a program for reversing the effects of aging and for preventing disease, based on the properties of vitamins C and E, beta carotene, and melatonin, and tailored to gender, health, and nutrient status.
James W. Anderson
More free books Dr. Anderson’s High-Fiber Fitness Plan – James W. Anderson
This pioneering work by internationally known physician Dr. James W. Anderson is a quick and easy guide to a healthier lifestyle. Breaking the steps to healthful living into manageable units, Dr. Anderson shows how making the right choices in diet, exercise and relaxation can improve health and reduce risks of major disease. Dr. Anderson's High-Fiber Fitness Plan is an […] Dietary Fiber : Chemistry, Physiology, and Health Effects – James W. Anderson
Twenty years ago the very idea of an international conference on the fiber contained in plant food would have been totally inconceivable. At that time fiber was generally viewed as an inert component of food of no nutritional value and consequently consid- ered as a contaminant, the removal of which would enhance the purity of a product. It was measured by a now obsolete and almost […] Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper’s Antioxidant Revolution : Delay the Signs of Aging and Reduce the Risk… – Kenneth H Cooper
Presenting evidence for the strengthening properties of vitamin C, vitamin E, beta carotene, and other "antioxidants," the author of Aerobics notes the detrimental effects of unstable oxygen molecules on the body. $250,000 ad/promo. Tour.
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Size: 14.10 Mb Every Person’S Guide To Antioxidants – John R. Smythies
A clearly-written guide to antioxidants - what they are, what they do and information to decide if, when, why and how they should be a part of your diet. Millions of people take vitamins to supplement their diet, believing these pills and powders will help maintain good health and ward off illness. This belief drives an enormous industry for manufacturing, packaging and distributing […] More on Mediterranean Diets – F. Visioli
This book is an update of the previous volume on Mediterranean diets published in 2000, which provided extensive reviews of the various diets existing in the Mediterranean region. Since then, a number of studies have been published on the relationship between a Mediterranean-type of diet and chronic diseases. However, because the `diet score' used in those studies does not provide […] The Well Path : Lose 20 Pounds, Reverse the Aging Process, Change Your Life – Jame Heskett
Lose twenty pounds and reverse the aging process in just sixty days with this clinically proven, holistic lifestyle plan from an anti-aging expert whose clients include some of New York City's most successful women. Most diets don't work because they restrict food intake and put inconsistent physical stress on the body, starving cells, throwing hormones out of whack, and […] The Case for Cancer as a Deficiency Disease – James K Oscaney Phd
Dr. Linus Pauling said: "You could trace every disease and every ailment to mineral deficiency," and that research has shown that cells experience a breakdown that can lead to chronic conditions. Cancer is a chronic metabolic disease resulting from B17 deficiency the same way scurvy and pellagra resulted from deficiencies in Vitamins C and B respectively. In 1952 Dr. Krebs Jr., […] Heart Disease and Antioxidant Failures : A Selective World Literature Review – Phd Prof Randolph M Howes MD
Heart Disease and Antioxidant Failures is a compilation of over 100 antioxidant studies which have failed to prevent, reverse or cure heart diseases, such as atherosclerosis, plaque formation and hypertension. Of these studies, 30 study reports showed antioxidants having harmful heart adverse effects. People are taking potentially dangerous antioxidants unnecessarily and are wasting […]
Best diet books of all time