The Complete Guide to Health and Nutrition
The ultimate sourcebook from America's leading alternative health expert.
Yes, you can feel better, look better, and extend the best years of your life through proper nutrition and exercise. And there is no better guide to optimum health than this classic reference and sourcebook.
Compiled by Gary Null, Ph.D., America's leading health and fitness expert, a TV regular and host of his own nationally syndicated radio program, this invaluable resource offers a comprehensive overview of protein, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins and minerals with the facts about their role in maintaining and restoring health.
Learn what's in the food you eat and what it can do for--and to--you. Discover the pros and cons of supplements, which to take, how to take them and safe and effective dosages for each. Find out:
The best way to lower high blood pressure and lose weight
How to know if you're getting enough--or too much--protein
The role of sugar in cardiovascular disease
The best foods--and supplements--to meet changing nutritional needs
Why exercise is more important than diet for weight control, and which exercise is best of all
The vitamin that slows down the aging process
Why you may be inviting heart disease when you eliminate all cholesterol-containing foods from your diet
Gary Null cuts through the myths and hype and presents the facts: everything you need to know about living well every day of your life.
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Fiber and Your Health
HOW FATS AND OILSAFFECT YOUR HEALTH
VITAMIN C FOR HEALTH
DETOXIFY WITH C
LIVE LONGER WITH VITAMIN C
VITAMIN C HELPS PROTECT YOU FROM CANCER
VITAMIN C KEEPS YOUR CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM CLEAR AND HEALTHY
Unhealthy Sugar vs a Healthy Heart
How Do Diabetes and Refined Carbohydrates Affect Your Cardiovascular Profile?
An Anticholesterol Factor
Yesterday and Today
Sucrose Elevates Blood Fats
Fructose vs Sugar
What We Know About Sugar and CHD from Animal Experiments
The SugarHypertension Connection
Evidence Is Clear
To Keep Your Insulin Levels DownReduce Sugar
All It Takes Is Sugar
The DiabetesCarbohydrate Link
Are You a Special Risk?
Exercise and Diabetes
Can Dietary Supplements Help Prevent Diabetes?
Could This Happen to You?
How Is It Linked to Diabetes?
Sugar Trouble and the Pill
Sugar and the Pathogenic Bacteria
Children or Their Grandparents?
Another CarbohydrateCaused Disorder
Sugar and Hyperactivity
Sugar Learning Disability and Criminal Behavior
It Works in Rehabilitating Adult Criminals Too
VITAMIN C FOR HEAT TOLERANCE
VITAMIN C AND WOMEN
A Practical Guide to Using Vitamin C
The Sunshine Vitamin D
The Super Nutrition Factor
A Practical Guide to Using Iron
A Practical Guide to Using Phosphorus
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