The Best Things You Can Eat: For Everything from Aches to Zzzz, the Definitive Guide to the Nutrition-packed Foods that Energize, Heal, and Help You Look Great
"The Best Things You Can Eat will be the first-ever book devoted to food rankings, drawing on the latest research on food and nutrition to provide readers with an irresistible compendium of food knowledge--an authoritative, informative, and enlightening go-to resource that pits one food against and another and reveals the most beneficial foods in a variety of categories. If you've always wondered what varieties of apple pack the biggest antioxidant punch or which foods you should rely on when you've got an upset stomach (is ginger ale at the top of the list?), The Best Things You Can Eat has the answers, and even a few surprises. Each list will be content-rich, packed with intriguing statistics, the latest research findings, and helpful information, including: - A summary of the rankings at the top of each list - A description of the nutrient or health condition - Statistics pertaining to the nutrient or health condition - Recommendations for dietary supplements - Compelling factoids about the featured health condition or nutrient - A "shocker" food or "whoa...I wasn't expecting that!" food - Quick and easy food preparation tips - D‚ejŠa vu cross-reference lists"--
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