Food for Life

Author: Neal Barnard, M.D.
Publisher: Harmony
ISBN: 0307755320
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Citing overwhelming medical evidence previously downplayed by powerful lobby groups, Dr. Barnard reveals why a diet based on the new four food groups (grains, legumes, vegetables, and fruits) will sharply decrease the risk of cancer and heart disease and dramatically increase life expectancy. He also unveils a 21-day program for a smooth transition to the new way of eating healthfully. Line drawings. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Food for Life

Author: Laila Ali
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1250131103
Format: PDF, Docs
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Four-time undefeated boxing world champion, cooking personality, and passionate health advocate, Laila Ali’s Food For Life features over 100 sassy recipes that will help you “swap it out.” In Laila’s kitchen, nutrition is King, but flavor is Queen! In her debut cookbook, Laila shows you how to make knockout meals in ways that work with your busy and demanding life, so you can eat healthy, delicious food without feeling hungry! Food for Life shares more than 100 of Laila's favorite recipes. Whether you’re new to cooking, busy feeding a family, or ready to eat healthier, Food for Life will be your guidebook! In Food for Life, you’ll find real-life recipes to bring simple, healthy, hearty, and satisfying food to the table, such as: - Stovetop Ratatouille - Oven-“Fried” Chicken - West Coast Southern Greens - The Greatest of All Time Burger (her father's favorite) - Heavenly Lemon Yogurt Cake

Food for Life

Author: Loyle Shannon Jung
Publisher: Fortress Press
ISBN: 9781451412772
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Food for Life draws on L. Shannon Jung's gifts as theologian, ethicist, pastor, and eater extraordinaire. In this deeply thoughtful but very lively book, he encourages us to see our humdrum habits of eating and drinking as a spiritual practice that can renew and transform us and our world. In a fascinating sequence that takes us from the personal to the global, Jung establishes the religious meaning of eating and shows how it dictates a healthy order of eating. He exposes Christians' complicity in the face of widespread eating disorders we experience personally, culturally, and globally, and he argues that these disorders can be reversed through faith, Christian practices, attention to habitual activities like cooking and gardening, the church's ministry, and transforming our cultural policies about food.

Food For Life

Author: Michelle Bridges
Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Aus.
ISBN: 1925483827
Format: PDF, ePub
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Michelle Bridges is passionate about health - her health, your health, our health. In Food for Life, Michelle shows us how to cook for a lifetime of wellbeing and fitness, and reminds us that we each have the power to choose better health through our food. Michelle includes 200 delicious recipes, using accessible nutrient-dense ingredients, suitable for singles, couples and families. There are meal plans for reducing weight, boosting energy and feeding families, as well as smart shopping lists, ingredient descriptions and the sort of sensible, sustainable dietary advice you have come to expect from one of Australia's most trusted voices in health. Food for Life is not just for short-term weight loss; instead, it shows you how to develop a pattern of healthy eating that will last you a lifetime. As beautiful as it is practical, it will inspire you to see food as a path to good health, empowerment and joy. This is a specially formatted fixed layout ebook that retains the look and feel of the print book.

Cultured Food for Life

Author: Donna Schwenk
Publisher: Hay House Incorporated
ISBN: 9781401942823
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Donna Schwenk's world changed when she discovered cultured foods. After a difficult pregnancy and various health problems, she became determined to find answers to what ailed her. And in her quest, she came across the ancient art of home fermentation, a food preparation technique that supercharges everyday foods with beneficial bacteria to balance your digestive system, and vitamins and minerals to enhance your overall health. This simple, natural process has been used for thousands of years to create everything from drinks like kefir and kombucha to foods like kimchi and pickles. After incorporating fermented foods into her life, Donna began to experience a vitality that she had never known. And then she was hooked! She started a new life as a teacher and writer, blogging on her website culturedfoodlife.com, in an effort to bring the beautiful world of fermented foods to as many people as possible. She now works with thousands of people to open the door to a world of foods that can help improve an array of health problems including high blood pressure, diabetes, allergies, acne, hypertension, asthma, and irritable bowel syndrome. In Cultured Food for Life Donna brings this same information to you and shows you that preparing and eating cultured foods is easy, fun, and delicious! After speaking to the science behind the healing power of probiotic foods and telling the astonishing story of how she healed herself and her family, Schwenk walks you, step by step, through the basic preparation techniques for kefir, kombucha, cultured vegetables, and sprouted flour, plus more than 135 recipes that use these foods to create dishes to please any palate. With recipes like Herbed Omelet with Kefir Hollandaise Sauce,Sprouted Ginger Scones with Peaches and Kefir Cream,Kefir Veggie Sprouted Pizza, Apple Sauerkraut, and Brownie Cupcakes with Kefir Frosting, along with inspirational stories from Donna's family and friends, you'll learn everything you want to know about a diet that's as tasty as it is healthy.

Food for Life

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Publisher: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781740453622
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Fitness Food caters for readers who are interested in their health. Whatever level of exercise they undertake, there are recipes for everyone, from the casual walker to the serious athlete. With a complete nutritional breakdown for every recipe and an introduction by a sports nutritionist, the book is a comprehensive guide to eating well and performing better. The clean, fresh photography and simple design make this book easy to read and a pleasure to peruse.

Good Food for Life

Author: Maggie Davis
Publisher: Paraclete Press (MA)
ISBN: 9781557256270
Format: PDF, Mobi
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From Nutritionist Maggie Davis comes a guide to making eating healthy and enjoyable.

Food for Life

Author: John Baines
Publisher: Evans Brothers
ISBN: 9780237527617
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The author looks at the issues surrounding food and farming and suggests sustainable solutions.

Low GI Food

Author: Susanna Holt
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781740454018
Format: PDF, Kindle
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An indispensable cookbook for diabetics, it is also suitable for anyone wanting to use the glycemic index for all-round healthy eating and to prevent diabetes. With diabetes on the increase in the western world, the last couple of years have seen a rapid expansion in the understanding of the Glycemic Index (GI). The GI is the guide to how the type of carbohydrate in food affects the blood glucose levels. Low GI foods provide the body with a steady, gradual rise in blood sugar levels over long periods of time rather than the rapid fluctuations associated with high GI foods. This book not only explains the glycemic index, but also includes a large collection of recipes that are low GI and contain good-quality carbohydrates. The extensive introduction is written by Dr Susanna Holt, a respected expert in GI foods. She has also written an introduction to each recipe, explaining its health benefits.

Friendly Food

Author: Anne Ruth Swain
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781740453769
Format: PDF, ePub
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Delicious recipes for people who are eliminating foods including gluten, dairy, eggs, nuts and soy.