Maximum food power for women: harness the natural power of food, vitamins, and herbs for total health and well-being

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Rodale Press, Feb 20, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 592 pages
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This comprehensive guide to nutrition and food targets women, and shows them how to harness the power of food, vitamins, and herbs for total health and well-being. Includes 45 recipes and easy-to-follow reports on phytochemicals and the new "nutriceuticals".

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Contents

FtWERMAKER FOODS
30
THE RMER OF VITAMINS HERBS
165
The Latest on Natures Healing Agents
202
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Cathy Nonas, M.S., R.D., C.D.E., is director of the VanItallie Center for Nutrition and Weight Management, an arm of the New York Obesity Research Center at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City. The Obesity Research Center is one of four federally funded centers for investigating the causes and treatment of obesity in the United States.
Julia VanTine is a health journalist whose most recent books include "Maximum Food Power for Women" and "Energy for Everything: Rejuvenation for the Mind, Body, and Soul,"

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