An A Z Guide to Food Additives

An A Z Guide to Food Additives
Author: Deanna M. Minich
Publsiher: ReadHowYouWant.com
Total Pages: 156
Release: 2010-06-29
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781458779434

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An A-Z Guide to Food Additives will help consumers avoid undesirable food additives and show them which additives do no harm and may even be nutritious. Designed to fit in a purse or pocket, this little book will serve as an ""additive translator"" when navigating through the landmine field of additives or ingredients that may cause allergic reactions like headaches, fatigue, and breathing difficulties or those that cause bloating or make one hyperactive. Included are safety ratings to 300 ingredients and reference charts of such additives as those that may potentially cause cancer or allergic reactions or that should be limited for sodium-sensitive individuals. There is also essential nutrition advice, hints on what to look for when reading those unreadable ingredient labels, and even tips on buying fresh produce in order to avoid pesticides.

The A Z Guide to Food as Medicine

The A Z Guide to Food as Medicine
Author: Diane Kraft
Publsiher: CRC Press
Total Pages: 395
Release: 2016-01-06
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9781498735247

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Can an apple a day keep the doctor away? The A-Z Guide to Food As Medicine addresses food folklore by exploring the scientific findings about physiological effects of over 250 foods, food groups, nutrients, and phytochemicals. Today, health care providers are fielding more questions from patients on how to help improve their nutritional health

The A Z Guide to Food as Medicine Second Edition

The A Z Guide to Food as Medicine  Second Edition
Author: Diane Kraft
Publsiher: CRC Press
Total Pages: 414
Release: 2019-02-08
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9780429942518

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Reprising The 2017 American Library Association Outstanding Academic Title award-winning A-Z Guide to Food As Medicine, this new edition explores the physiological effects of more than 250 foods, food groups, nutrients, and phytochemicals in entries that include: Definition and background information such as traditional medicinal use, culinary facts, and dietary intake and deficiency information Scientific findings on the physiological effects of foods, food groups, and food constituents Bioactive dose when known, such as nutrient Dietary Reference Intakes focusing on 19-to-50-year-old individuals Safety highlights, such as nutrient Tolerable Upper Intake Levels A health professional’s comprehensive nutrition handbook that includes all nutrients, nutrient functions, "good" and "excellent" sources of nutrients, nutrient assessment, and deficiency symptoms, as well as summaries of foods, food groups, and phytochemicals. New to the Second Edition: Disease- and condition-focused Index that leads readers to foods used to manage specific conditions and diseases Focus on practical recommendations for health maintenance and disease prevention, including tables, insets, and updated scientific findings on more than a dozen new foods Accompanying teaching aids and lesson plans available online at http://www.crcpress.com Features: Dictionary-style summaries of the physiological effects of foods, food groups, nutrients, and phytochemicals alphabetically listed for quick access Approximately 60 B & W images of foods; informational tables and insets that define or illustrate concepts such as drug terminologies, classes of phytochemicals, and medicinal aspects of foods and of a plant-based diet Over 1,000 scientific references from peer-reviewed sources, including The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Evidence Analysis Library, and position statements of major health organizations

An A Z Guide to Food Additives 16pt Large Print Edition

An A Z Guide to Food Additives  16pt Large Print Edition
Author: Deanna Minich
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 186
Release: 2010-06-29
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 0369370368

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An A-Z Guide to Food Additives will help consumers avoid undesirable food additives and show them which additives do no harm and may even be nutritious. Designed to fit in a purse or pocket, this little book will serve as an ""additive translator"" when navigating through the landmine field of additives or ingredients that may cause allergic reactions like headaches, fatigue, and breathing difficulties or those that cause bloating or make one hyperactive. Included are safety ratings to 300 ingredients and reference charts of such additives as those that may potentially cause cancer or allergic reactions or that should be limited for sodium-sensitive individuals. There is also essential nutrition advice, hints on what to look for when reading those unreadable ingredient labels, and even tips on buying fresh produce in order to avoid pesticides.

The Seasons of Change

The Seasons of Change
Author: Carol L. McClelland
Publsiher: Conari Press
Total Pages: 288
Release: 1998-01-01
Genre: Self-Help
ISBN: 1609252608

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A wise, helpful book that provides practical tools for one of modern life's greatest challenges -- Change. True help for everyone -- no matter what difficult or exciting transition you are in! Provides a model based on the four seasons to help align you with natural forces. Using a simple questionnaire, you can discover where you are in your transition process, how to move forward, and how to not get off track. Includes advice for building a strong support network for times of change.

A Consumer s Guide to Toxic Food Additives

A Consumer s Guide to Toxic Food Additives
Author: Linda Bonvie,Bill Bonvie
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 200
Release: 2020-03-17
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781510753778

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Recognize, identify, and eliminate from your diet the most harmful ingredients, such as high fructose corn syrup, aluminum, carrageenan, and more, that you never knew you consumed every day! These days, the food on our tables is a far cry from what our grandparents ate. While it may look and taste the same and is often marketed under familiar brand names, our food has slowly but surely morphed into something entirely different—and a lot less benign. Ever wondered how bread manages to stay “fresh” on store shelves for so long? How do brightly colored cereals get those vibrant hues? Are artificial sweeteners really a healthy substitute for sugar? Whether you’re an experienced label reader or just starting to question what’s on your plate, A Consumer's Guide to Toxic Food Additives helps you cut through the fog of information overload. With current, updated research, A Consumer's Guide to Toxic Food Additives identifies thirteen of the most worrisome ingredients you might be eating and drinking every day. Learn about: • The commonly used flavor enhancers you should avoid at all costs • Two synthetic sweeteners that are wreaking havoc on the health of Americans in ways ordinary sugar does not • Artificial colors and preservatives in your child’s diet and how they have been linked directly to ADHD • The “hidden” ingredients in most processed foods that were declared safe to consume without ever really being researched • The hazardous industrial waste product that’s in your food and beverages • The toxic metal found in processed foods that has been linked to Alzheimer’s • The invisible meat and seafood ingredient that’s more dangerous than “Pink Slime” In a toxic world, educate yourself, change what you and your family eat, and avoid these poisons that are the known causes of our most prevalent health problems.

Raw Juices Can Save Your Life

Raw Juices Can Save Your Life
Author: Sandra Cabot MD
Publsiher: SCB International
Total Pages: 156
Release: 2022
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781936609024

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The A - Z Guide to juicing and natural therapies which contains carefully designed juices by Sandra Cabot MD and Audrey Tea The A - Z Guide to juicing and natural therapies guide which contains carefully designed juices by Sandra Cabot MD and Audrey Tea. Often in this technological age where computers diagnose diseases and perform surgery, we tend to minimise natural therapies. It seems incredulous that the simple act of drinking raw juices could turn around severe diseases, however I have seen it work in otherwise hopeless cases. In this book you will learn that juices are easily digested and absorbed and are superb for those with a poor appetite, nausea, digestive problems and an inflamed stomach or intestines. It is so much easier to drink a juice than chew your way through large amounts of fibrous raw vegetables, especially if you are feeling fatigued and disinterested in food. Modern day medicine is focused on treating the symptoms of disease with suppressive drugs. Sometimes this is necessary when a disease is very aggressive and acute in onset, however raw juice therapy is something that should always be used, even in conjunction with drug use. I have seen many of my patients recover form chronic disease after they started juicing, and this has been after they have tried many other things. People of all ages can benefit from juicing, especially the very young and old, or those with serious disease such as cancer, immune dysfunction and liver problems.

Ingredients

Ingredients
Author: Dwight Eschliman
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2015-09-29
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781941393987

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In the bestselling tradition of The Elements and Salt Sugar Fat, an unprecedented visual exploration of what is really inside our food, setting the record straight on the controversial and fascinating science of chemical and synthetic additives in processed food—from Twinkies and McNuggets to organic protein bars and healthy shakes. What’s really in your food? We’ve all read the ingredients label on the back of a can, box, or bag from the grocery store. But what do all those mysterious-sounding chemicals and additives actually do? Focusing on 75 of the most common food additives and 25 ordinary food products that contain them, acclaimed photographer Dwight Eschliman and science writer Steve Ettlinger demystify the contents of processed food. Together they reveal what each additive looks like, where it comes from, and how and why it is used. Essential for everyone who is concerned about the wholesomeness of their diet or merely curious about “polysorbate 60” or “tertiary butylhydroquinone,” Ingredients is a visually and scientifically stunning journey from ketchup to Cool Whip. You’ll be surprised at what you find. * * * Ingredients focuses on processed food additives from acesulfame potassium to xanthan gum, including artificial and natural flavorings, sweeteners, colorings, preservatives, thickeners, emulsifiers, dessicants, and more. It also shows what is inside Amy's Burrito Especial, Campbell's Chunky Classic Chicken Noodle Soup, Doritos Cool Ranch Flavored Tortilla Chips, Dr. Pepper, General Mills Raisin Nut Bran, Hebrew National Beef Franks, Heinz Tomato Ketchup, Hidden Valley The Original Ranch Light Dressing, Hostess Twinkies, Klondike Reese's Ice Cream Bars, Kraft Cool Whip Original, Kraft Singles - American Skim Milk Fat Free, McDonald's Chicken McNuggets, MorningStar Farms Original Sausage Patties, Nabisco Wheat Thins, Naked Green Machine 100% Juice Smoothie, Nestle Coffee-Mate Fat Free The Original Coffee Creamer, Ocean Spray Cran-Grape Juice Drink, Oroweat Healthy Multi-Grain Bread, PowerBar Performance Energy Bar Oatmeal Raisin, Quaker Instant Oatmeal Strawberries and Cream, Red Bull Energy Drink, Snickers Bar, Trident Perfect Peppermint Sugar Free Gum, and Vlasic Ovals Hamburger Dill Chips.

The Rainbow Diet

The Rainbow Diet
Author: Deanna M. Minich
Publsiher: Mango Media Inc.
Total Pages: 249
Release: 2018-01-01
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9781633410251

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Eating Healthy Is Colorful, Not Complicated Don’t just eat your greens―eat your reds, yellows, and blues too. In The Rainbow Diet, nutritionist and health expert Dr. Deanna Minich introduces a cutting-edge way to achieve an inner rainbow of optimal health. A painted platter. Forget about bland, colorless diet foods―it’s time to taste the rainbow. Vibrant health begins when we add color to our diet with the right foods and supplements. Inside, find specific colorful foods, supplements, and recipes you can eat, as well as activities to help you heal and flourish. You’ll learn how to make a colorful plate, featuring a rainbow spread of natural foods that provide your body with the essential nutrients necessary for mental clarity, emotional wellbeing, and spiritual fulfillment. Meals that heal. The Rainbow Diet combines ancient healing and eating practices with modern nutritional science. Unlike most fragmented nutrition paradigms that solely assess food intake, The Rainbow Diet puts body, psychology, eating, and living together into one view. An artist’s palette, a foodie’s palate. Taking all aspects of your life into consideration, Dr. Minch gives readers an easy to follow transformational guide to attaining physical, mental, and spiritual health through colorful whole foods and natural supplements. Throughout, she uses the properties of color to help guide you, like: • Yellow for the bright radiance of your intellect • Red for the grounding, physical issues of your body • Indigo for the deeper knowledge and intuition we all carry Go beyond primary colors and take in the entire color spectrum. If you’re interested in natural eating, and enjoyed books like Whole Detox, Rainbow Green Live-Food Cuisine, What Color Is Your Diet? and Eat Your Colors, you’ll delight in The Rainbow Diet.

A Consumer s Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients

A Consumer s Dictionary of Cosmetic Ingredients
Author: Ruth Winter
Publsiher: Three Rivers Press (CA)
Total Pages: 563
Release: 2005
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 1400052335

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Containing more than six thousand updated entries, a helpful resource of information on the ingredients in cosmetics reports on the origins, function, and possible health effects of specific preservatives, acids, buffers, humectants, colorings, flavorings, and processing agents. Original. 15,000 first printing.

Fast Food and Junk Food

Fast Food and Junk Food
Author: Andrew F. Smith
Publsiher: ABC-CLIO
Total Pages: 813
Release: 2011-12-31
Genre: Cooking
ISBN: 9780313393938

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• More than 700 A–Z entries on fast food, comfort food, and junk food, ranging from breakfast cereals to burgers and fries to snack chips and candy • A chronology of the significant events in the history of junk food and fast food • A bibliography containing more than 200 entries with citations to books, articles, and websites • A glossary of important terms used in the encyclopedia • A Resource Guide containing important DVDs, films and videos, and television series

The Complete Handbook of Quantum Healing

The Complete Handbook of Quantum Healing
Author: Deanna M. Minich
Publsiher: Mango Media
Total Pages: 298
Release: 2011-01-01
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781609252908

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“A beautiful integration of Eastern and Western healing disciplines” from the author of Quantum Supplements (Scott Rigden, MD The Ultimate Metabolism Diet). This book brings together two seemingly disparate worlds—the world of hard, evidence-based science and the world of experientially-based healing to provide a multi-pronged approach to treating common ailments. The A-to-Z format makes reference easy. For each of over 100 heath issues, you’ll find seven healing options that can help readers activate their inner healing resources ranging from food and dietary strategies to powerful meditation techniques and from time-tested flower essences to ways of invoking “power animals.” For some ailments, readers may need just one option, for others, two or three, and sometimes all seven approaches as they try to deal with difficult problems to achieve long-term relief. “A much-needed guide for those wanting to take advantage of the best of what many different healing modalities have to offer . . . I recommend this book with enthusiasm and without reservation.”—Alejandro Junger, MD, New York Times bestselling author of Clean “Gems of information on every page for understanding our body and how to be an ally to its healing process.”—Steve Sisgold, bestselling author of What’s Your Body Telling You? “Consider this a practical and necessary extension of the work of Rosalyn Bruyere, Barbara Brennan and Caroline Myss.”—Belleruth Naparstek, author of Staying Well with Guided Imagery “Deanna Minich has done it again! She has managed to write yet another book that is not only an easy step by step guide to healing, but is spiritually practical.”—Anni Daulter MSW, author of Sacred Pregnancy

The Perfect Metabolism Plan

The Perfect Metabolism Plan
Author: Sara Vance
Publsiher: Mango Media Inc.
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2015-03-01
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9781609259747

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Heal Your Metabolism to Improve Your Health and Reach Your Ideal Weight "The answer to many of our health issues is right at the end of our forks." The real secret to reaching vibrant health and our optimal weight is to reset our metabolism. In The Perfect Metabolism Plan, nutritionist and foodie Sara Vance breaks it all down into the 10 keys you need in order to unlock your optimal metabolism. Sara started out as a picky eating kid who didn’t like veggies very much and ate way too much sugar. She paid the price with a long list of chronic symptoms─mood swings, insatiable hunger, digestion issues, allergies, and weight gain. It wasn’t until years later that she realized that the answer was staring her in the face the whole time. The answer was right at the end of her fork! Reboot your metabolism and take control. Millions of us have counted calories until we're blue in the face. We've cut fat, eaten less, and exercised more─and we're still heavier than we want to be. Or we lose the weight, only to see it creep back. It's frustrating, discouraging, and unhealthy. In Sara Vance's The Perfect Metabolism Plan, you'll learn that this inability to stay at a healthy weight is not about willpower and it's not your fault! When your metabolism is out of whack, your willpower, hunger hormones, insulin, and cravings all work against you. And you not only can't lose weight, you tend to feel foggy, sluggish, or generally unwell. It’s time to take control. You need a plan to achieve metabolic renewal. The Perfect Metabolism Plan will show you how to reset and reboot your metabolism through 10 keys, and you will also find: • A bonus chapter of metabolic hacks • Over 50 healthy recipes • And, a workable plan for putting it all into action If you are a fan of books such as Happy Gut, Brain Maker, The Metabolism Plan, The Case Against Sugar, or Wired to Eat; you’ll love Sara Vance’s The Perfect Metabolism Plan.

The Inside Tract

The Inside Tract
Author: Kathie Madonna Swift,Gerard E. Mullin
Publsiher: Rodale
Total Pages: 368
Release: 2011-07-05
Genre: Health & Fitness
ISBN: 9781605292649

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A comprehensive plan for alleviating digestive ailments through alternative and complementary treatments outlines specific dietary changes, supplements, detoxification practices and a seven-step lifestyle modification program based on individual needs. Original. 20,000 first printing.

Making Believers

Making Believers
Author: Linda Amato
Publsiher: BalboaPress
Total Pages: 236
Release: 2011-07-14
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
ISBN: 1452535442

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Abuse needs to end in relationships by the simple transformation of discovering that God is within all. Gracie and Amanda live as a mother and daughter filled with their demons on a daily basis. However, Amanda has the gift of unconditional love, which she shares with all. When Gracie dies and leaves her a gift, she discovers her truth and passion. In doing so, she transforms her life.