This book shows that having a healthy body can be achieved by making basic changes to eating habits. Clarke's programme shows how to design a healthy eating style and how to use food to treat various common conditions and ailments, with advice on organic food, labelling, snacks for children, business lunches and how to prepare fresh, natural food.
Body Foods shows how to use food to achieve optimum health and well-being with eating plans and advice for men, women and childrenJayne Clarke's working days are spent talking to men, women and children who feel unwell or are worried about changes in their bodies which signal early stages of disease which can be treated by a change in diet. Body Foods shows that having a healthy body can be achieved simply by making changes to 1's eating habits. These can be: eating 5 good portions of fruit or vegetables a day, drinking water instead of coffee, replacing diet cola drinks with Fresh fruit juices or sparkling water, eating oily fish to produce natural pain killing or anti inflammatory substances. Jane Clarke's programme shows how to design a healthy eating style for all members of the family and how to use food to treat various common conditions and ailments. There is advice on organic food, labelling, after school snacks for children, on choosing wisely at a business lunch, on relaxing over a meal, and on preparing time-saving frsh, natural food with delicious and easy recipes.
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Jane Clarke has been a home nutritionist since 1989 with a private practice in London's West End dealing with everyone from babies with feeding problems to terminally ill patients. She has presented a series on health for Carlton Cable TV and writes columns for the Observer Life magazine and Harpers & Queen.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Think good: respect the body; understanding nutritional needs (men, women and children); body image and guilt-free eating; raising healthy children; dealing with fussy eaters; environmentally friendly eating; organic food; irradiation; labelling issues and loopholes; sensible shopping; eating out; family health. Part 2 Look good: building a healthy body - bones, nails, teeth, skin; exercise; realistic goals for weight loss; how to lose excess fat. Part 3 Feel good: energy levels and tiredness; improving the immune system to avoid colds and other viruses; sleep problems; good digestion; headaches and migraine; allergies; depression; hyperactivity in children; hypoglycaemia; periods; menopause; diabetes; sex. Part 4 Stay good: preventing and managing health problems; pregnancy; ageing (senile dementia, Alzheimer's); anaemia; MS; arthritis and gout; diabetes (childhood and adult); high blood fats; high blood pressure; heart disease; cancer; raised liver enzymes (men); Parkinson's disease. Part 5 Taste good: 100 recipes.
Body Foods for Life by Jane Clarke
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