Eat Right for Life: How Healthy Foods Can Keep You Living Longer, Stronger and Disease-Free

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Krause Publications, Sep 22, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 240 pages
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It's Never Wrong to Eat Right!

Eat Right for Life is full of healthy, natural alternatives to today's manufactured, chemically-charged and processed food. Improve your health and waistline with an organic lifestyle. It's easy with more than 100 food options, dozens of recipes and other life-changing natural solutions that help provide a balanced life.

Inside you'll find:Dietary therapies for cancer, arthritis, allergies and moreTips on healthy weight lossAdvice on eating sweets, exercise and eating raw foods

 

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Contents

Introduction to Nutritional Pharmacology
7
The Pharmacy in Your Kitchen
10
Change Your Lifestyle and Ditch the Diets
53
What Can We Eat?
81
Why Raw is Better
88
Why Nature Knows Better Than the Food Manufacturers
99
A Healthy Color A Healthy Body
105
So Youve Got A Sweet Tooth?
110
100 Best Foods
125
Recipes for Healthy DiseaseFree Living
168
Bibliography
217
Index
221
Tables
224
Glossary
229
About the Authors
238
Copyright

Air Water and Exercise
117

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About the author (2010)

Dr. Raymond A. Schep is a cancer and nutrition consultant and also consults on health, nutrition and anti-aging with some of the top anti-aging researchers in the world. He also practices what he recommends, testing anti-aging discoveries by playing rugby at age 63. He found natural cures worked the best to cure his arthritis, and he helped overcome aging with bioidentical hormones and super foods. He is the chief chemist for Colonial Dames Company.

Nicole Kellar-Munoz has ghost written several educational textbooks and recently published a health-conscious cookbook, Quick-Fix Healthy Mix. She used the principles in this book to lose more than 60 pounds and has built the strength and endurance to become a frequent participant in distance walking races. Nicole is a full-time employee of the federal judiciary.

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