The 10 Things You Need to Eat: And More Than 100 Easy and Delicious Ways to Prepare Them

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Harper Collins, Dec 29, 2009 - Cooking - 288 pages
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With so many different health products, superfoods, and diets all vying for your attention these days, how do you know what you should really be eating?

In The 10 Things You Need to Eat, New York Times health columnist Anahad O'Connor and veteran Food Network chef Dave Lieberman team up to cut through all the claims and studies and identify ten simple foods with undeniable health benefits that you can find in any supermarket.

With wit and verve, the authors combine their individual areas of expertise to create a lighthearted yet illuminating book that presents the fascinating science behind these ten powerhouse superfoods, along with a plethora of recipes that feature them in easy-to-prepare and delicious meals.

If you are serious about living healthfully, this is the one book you won't want to live without.

 

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I really enjoyed this book! It was informative, smart, to the point, and witty. It was surprising the way you can put to use some of the foods: avocado's subbed for butter and beets in dessert. There ... Read full review

Contents

Avocados
27
Spinach
75
Quinoa
97
Lentils
119
7
138
Super Fish
167
9
191
Berries
217
Notes
241
Index
259
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About the author (2009)

Anahad O'Connor is a reporter for the New York Times, with a weekly column in the Science Times section called "Really?" He has appeared on National Public Radio, Good Morning America, and The Martha Stewart Show. He is also the author of the bestselling health book Never Shower in a Thunderstorm: Surprising Facts and Misleading Myths About Our Health and the World We Live In. He lives in New York City.

Dave Lieberman hosted the Food Network's shows Good Deal and Eat This. He is also the author of two cookbooks, Young & Hungry and Dave's Dinners. Dave is a contributing editor at Saveur magazine and works as a recipe consultant to private and corporate clients. He lives in New York City.

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