Eating Smart: ABCs of the New Food Literacy

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Macmillan USA, 1994 - Cooking - 175 pages
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Brief, basic, and fun to read, this one-minute nutrition manager presents all of the most important information on how to eat healthfully: diet, nutrition, and food preparation guidelines that anyone can easily understand and follow to feel and look better for the rest of their lives. Line drawings. Recipe index.

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A book for the "one-minute nutrition manager,'' Eating Smart simplifies the basics of diet, nutrition, and food preparation for the beginner. The topics covered range from the familiar fuel sources of ... Read full review

Contents

You Are What You Eat
1
Fuel Sources
5
Not All Calories Are Alike
29
The FivetoOne Formula
41
Winning with Exercise
49
Stocking the Eating Smart Kitchen
61
Cooking Light Cooking Right
81
FivetoOne Formula Menus
109
Coping with Challenges
119
Eating Smart Is Knowing How
129
A Few Basic Recipes
141
Index
169
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About the author (1994)

Jeanne Jones' nationally syndicated recipe makeover column, "Cook It Light," reaches 30 million readers a week. She is a menu consultant to Canyon Ranch Spas and the Holland-America Cruise Line, as well as a contributing editor to "Cooking,"

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