Nutrition Logic: Food First, Supplements Second
Consumer-oriented nutrition book focusing on a logic approach to obtaining nutrients first from food and, if necessary, from supplements. Emphasizes healthy eating balanced with activity; does not emphasize weight loss. A guide to choosing nutritious foods and evaluating and choosing supplements.
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FOCUS ON FOOD
Complex Carbohydrate Foods
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