What Color Is Your Diet?

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Harper Collins, Jun 18, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
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Don‘t settle for a diet that‘s mainly beige or white! Add some color to your diet and enjoy a level of health and energy you never dreamed possible. In What Color Is Your Diet? renowned medical researcher David Heber, M.D., introduces Eat for Your Genes food plans –– revolutionary approaches incorporating the latest breakthroughs in nutritional and genetic research –– and his unique 7 Colors of Health food–selection system, which groups fruits and vegetables by the colorful, beneficial chemical substances they contain. This groundbreaking book includes: 埄NA–compatible food plans that supercharge your health and help you lose excess body fat 埔he ten best herbal remedies for everyday health problems 埔ips on colorizing your diet and twenty fully Color–Coded recipes 埓ample weekly menus, tips for dining out, and shopping lists


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Substance: More than just a diet, the book is a compendium of nutritional and biological data. Basically, eat more fruits and vegetables of every color, not just iceberg lettuce and tomatoes. Read full review

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The Fifteen Most Common Myths
Colorizing Your Diet
Using the Color Code
If You Dont Buy It You Cant Eat It The Clean Sweep Trimming
Getting Off the Couch
Discovering the World of Plant Foods
Why Is There So Much Confusion About Food? All You Need to Do
Colorize for Optimum Wellness
Heart Disease Cholesterol and Your DNA
Cancer Is a DNA Disease
Transformation of a PreCarcinogen into a Carcinogen Slowing Cancer
Why Do We Age? We Are Living Longer Than Ever Theories of Aging
Cultural Evolution and the Loss of Eden
A Brief Early History of Humans on Earth Mankind Explores Earth
The History of the Potato Chip Dont Take Away My Doughnuts

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David Heber, M.D., PH.D., is at the cutting edge of medical research, investigating how nutrition and genes

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