The Oxford Book of Health Foods
This text begins with an account of modern concepts of human nutrition, followed by a series of over 100 accounts of individual health foods and dietary supplements. The evidence for the claimed therapeutic value of herbal medicines is given.
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A cross between a coffee-table book and a serious work on nutrition, this work provides scientific information on herbs, dietary supplements, vitamins, nuts, cereals, and other foods "commonly found ... Read full review