Alive and Cooking An Easy Guide To Health For You and Your Parents Nancy and Maryann celebrate growing older gracefully with this new cookbook that is packed with great information for older adults and people taking care of elderly parents. With over 100 easy healthy recipes, (and about half of them are non vegetarian) additional nutritional facts and information, ways to boost the immune system, and resources learn how to make smart health choices for you and your family.
How To Be a Healthy Vegetarian
The plant based diet is the healing diet. Whether you are a vegetarian or someone who just wants to be healthier, when you add more plant based
foods to your diet, your health is going to benefit. Nancy's book is "How To Be A Healthy Vegetarian." Nancy's book has nutrition facts and information
that would benefit anyone (with lots of helpful information for people with cancer, diabetes, frequent illnesses or weight loss and weight control problems);
over 115 simple gourmet, organic recipes (everything from raw, vegan to vegetarian); cutting edge information on soy, protein, fats, sugars; helpful shopping
information; fantastic natural remedies (for healthy hair, sleeping problems, foods to help alleviate stress or boosting your libido), how to your boost immune system, stress management,
organic nutrition facts, nutritional supplements recommendations, organic gardening tips, and resources!
It is easy to understand and a great resource for anyone who is looking to live a healthier lifestyle.
"Best Health and Nutrition Book of this Century!"
book review on Amazon by Gary Massad M.D. "How To Be A Healthy Vegetarian" is an excellent book. Having had the opportunity to assist and promote health
and nutrition with world-class athletes over the last 25 years; it is my opinion that Nancy Addison's book is a formula for high-level performance in our daily
lives. I can't imagine a more informative book for the person looking to improve their health. Nancy is one of the best nutrition experts I have ever met.
What you put on the end of your fork is more powerful medicine than anything you will find at the bottom of a pill bottle."
Gary L. Massad M.D.
-First National Corporate Medical Director and founder of Occupational Health Centers in America. Attending physician to the Iron Man Hawaii; Attending Physician, United States Triathlon Association; Attending Physician United States Tae Kwon Do Association, Attending Physician United States Cycling Federation.
"I have just finished reading Nancy Addison's book "How To Become A Healthy Vegetarian." It is well written, compelling and informative. The health benefits are indisputable. Nancy, being a gourmet chef as well as nutritionist provides some recipes that clearly explain why Nancy’s dinner guests are pleasantly surprised to indulge in a meatless meal. I found Nancy's book interesting, well researched as well as a fun read that might be very helpful to anyone who would like to be a healthy vegetarian!" -
Louis P. Brady, M.D., Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
"I never in a million years thought I would be eating this kind of food and loving it! After eating Nancy’s food for only five days, my blood sugar and my blood pressure were at the most optimum levels, on a consistent basis,
for the first time in 16 years! With her guidance, you start enjoying life with a whole new perspective." -Larry Hagman, starred as J. R. Ewing in the television show "Dallas" and starred in the television show "I Dream of Jeannie."
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