Let Food be Thy Medicine: 750 Scientific Studies, Holistic Reports, and Personal Accounts Showing the Physical, Mental, and Environmental Benefits of Whole Foods
One Peaceful World Press, Jan 1, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
Summarizes hundreds of new medical studies, including the latest research on diet and cancer, heart disease, diabetes, children's health, women's health, and the environment. New A-Z format, extensive cross references, and comprehensive index make information easy to find.
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