By Chris Powell, Heidi Powell
The beloved hosts of television's "losing-est" show, Extreme Weight Loss, give fans a blueprint for changing their health for life in just 21 days. Whether you're looking to lose the last ten pounds or several hundred, this program can transform your life forever. They share their most effective secrets for weight loss through diet and exercise and detail how to develop a sustainable mental change to keep the weight off. Readers will "see" the hidden path of transformation; be guided through fast and fun exercises; and enjoy loads of recipes. Expanding the Carb-cycling core of Chris' two national bestsellers, the Powells will help you achieve high-impact results.
The Encyclopaedia Of Healing Foods
By Michael Murray, Joseph E. Pizzorno, Lara U. Pizzorno
This accessible and science-based reference guide is both an educational text and a source of inspiration for the millions of people who want to know more about the connection between food and health. In a clear and focused style, the authors take us beyond nutritional facts, sharing cutting-edge clinical discoveries on what and how foods stimulate the body's natural ability to rejuvenate and heal. They advise readers on designing a safe diet by exploring such current programs as The Zone Diet and Atkins; discuss the roles that fibre, enzymes, fatty acids and other dietary components have in helping us to live healthily; offer over views of important food groups and tips on preparing them; and provide food prescriptions for a wide variety of ailments.This is a comprehensive, accesible, fascinating and uniquely effective owner's manual on what to feed the 'vessel of the soul' that guides readers to a greater understanding of diet and health.
Eating Well For Optimum Health
By Andrew Weil
From the best-selling author of Eight Weeks to Optimum Health, an original, reassuring and practical book on food, diet and nutrition, including 75 - 100 recipes. In his new book, the immensely popular and hugely trusted Dr Andrew Weil focuses on how food can influence health and well-being. He makes clear that an optimal diet should not only supply the basic needs of the body for calories and nutrients but should also reduce risks of disease and fortify the body's defenses and intrinsic mechanisms of healing. Dr Weil establishes that how we eat is an important determinant of how we feel and how we age and that food can function as medicine to influence a variety of common aliments.