The wellness encyclopedia of food and nutrition: how to buy, store, and prepare every fresh food

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Rebus, 1992 - Cooking - 512 pages
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Here is one of the most authoritative guides to shopping and eating for better health and a longer life--from the editors of the bestselling University of California at Berkeley Wellness Letter. Includes 500 food entries, more than 80 color photographs, and the most up-to-date information on the link between nutrients and disease prevention and longevity.

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Review: The Wellness Encyclopedia of Food and Nutrition: How to Buy, Store, and Prepare Every Variety of Fresh Food

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Love this book as a ready reference. Not only does it have a wide array of nutritional information, on a huge variety of produce but gives recommendations on basic preparations. I've had it for many years now. Read full review

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A friend of mine had a copy because it was on her reading list for school (she was getting her MA in nutrition). I ordered it off of abe.com for $1. Read full review

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Margen is Professor Emeritus of Public Health and Nutrition in the School of Public Health at the University of California, Berkeley.

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