A Nutrition Revolution

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AuthorHouse, Sep 26, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 128 pages
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In A Nutrition Revolution: Uncover the Mysteries of Nutrition Elizabeth Kahn reveals why Americans are kept in the dark about the real benefits of good nutrition, offers information on how to use nutrition and natural health care alternatives for healing and improving health and encourages consumers to instigate change in America’s infrastructure so it becomes easier to attain sustainable good health. After a visit to a nutritionist dramatically improved Kahn’s health, she experienced a paradigm shift about eating, healing and health care. She subsequently became a nutrition consultant and educator as well as an advocate for changing not only how people approach their own eating habits and health care but how they view food manufacturers, school cafeterias, pharmaceutical companies, doctors, insurance companies, and the political, economic and educational systems in the U.S. Kahn says, “For those who know deep down, there has to be a better way, this book is for you.”
 

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Contents

My Story
1
Medicine
8
Society
19
Politics
24
Amino Acids
28
Micronutrients
37
Macronutrients
47
Diet
54
Research
67
The Brain
78
The Cafeteria
82
Education
86
Resources
93
About the author
111
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Thomas M. McCann, Larry R. Johannessen, Elizabeth Kahn, Peter Smagorinsky, and Michael W. Smith were all graduate students of George Hillocks, Jr. at the University of Chicago. They have explored ways to engage critical readers, writers, and speakers in more than 30 books, in over 300 articles, and in hundreds of presentations all over the world. Together, they have over eighty years experience as secondary English teachers, and as university faculty they have taught hundreds of preservice and practicing teachers. They've been friends and collaborators for years.

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