Nutrition Secrets of the Ancients

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Prima Pub., 1996 - Health & Fitness - 402 pages
"The remarkably low incidences of heart disease found among the people of the Mediterranean are a modern example of the many amazing Nutrition Secrets of the Ancients. Others abound in these pages, which combine historical research with modern dietary and culinary expertise. Celebrated chefs - including Deborah Madison, Claudia Roden, and Aglaia Kremezi - have prepared more than 150 surprising, delightful, and thoroughly modern recipes from those ancient secrets."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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PUTTING THE AMERICAS TOGETHER
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NORTHERN EUROPE
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Gene Spiller, Ph.D., a distinguished researcher and author, has conducted groundbreaking work on the roles of fiber and other nutrients in health. He is the director of the Health Research and Studies Center in Los Altos, California, and consultant to the Stanford University Center for Research in Disease Prevention. His previous books include Nutrition Secrets of the Ancients and Eat Your Way to Better Health (both from Prima).

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