Going Against the Grain: How Reducing and Avoiding Grains Can Revitalize Your Health

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 19, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages

Diets high in grains can lead to a host of health problems such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, fatigue, and more. Going Against the Grain outlines the disadvantages and potential dangers of eating various types of grains and provides practical, realistic advice on implementing a plan to cut back or eliminate grains on a daily basis. This book also includes easy-to-follow grain-free recipes and helpful suggestions for dining out.

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While I think it is incredibly unwise to eat only one food, I don't think that if it's bad in excess means that you shouldn't eat it at all. Even so there is a heck of a lot of wheat in everything we ... Read full review

Contents

Taking Action Against the Grain
105
Some Final Words
277
Resources
278
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Melissa Diane Smith, Dipl. Nutr., is a Tucson-based nutritionist and health educator who counsels clients across the country. She is the coauthor of the bestselling Syndrome X and Why Am I Always So Tired? and the author of The User's Guide to Chromium. Her work has appeared in Let's Live, Delicious!, and Great Life magazines.

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