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Gillian McKeith's Food Bible

Gillian McKeith's Food Bible

How to Use Food to Cure What Ails You

  • Author: Gillian McKeith
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • ISBN: 1101659173
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 400
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From the author of the 2-million- copy international bestseller You Are What You Eat comes the essential guide to health and nutrition The celebrated clinical nutritionist, author of the internationally bestselling You Are What You Eat, and host of the BBC America show of the same name offers a comprehensive and fully illustrated guide to the health effects, uses, and benefits of the foods we eat and how nutrition affects our general health, aging, ability to fight disease, and quality of life. Gillian McKeith’s Food Bible is as user-friendly as it is thorough, featuring food based treatments for common illnesses and diseases, from arthritis to diabetes and chronic fatigue syndrome to migraines. For example: · Almonds can assist in weight loss. · Wild yams help promote fertility. · Berries, spinach, romaine lettuce and broccoli combat dry skin by stimulating oil and collagen production. · Tomatoes contain an antioxidant that can help prevent cancer. Gillian provides cutting-edge Food Action Plan Prescriptions incorporating the right foods, herbs and quick tips for over 100 everyday ailments. The solutions in this book are tried and tested and based on more than 15 years of consulting with clients in private practice. Gillian McKeith’s Food Bible will completely change the way you think about food.

You Are What You Eat

You Are What You Eat

The Plan That Will Change Your Life

  • Author: Gillian McKeith
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • ISBN: 9780452287174
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Page: 223
  • View: 1649
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A best-selling diet makeover guide in Great Britain, published for an American audience, shares a host of true stories and practical advice designed to help readers overcome personal obstacles to losing weight, in a ten-step program complemented by a two-week start-up plan. Reprint.

Food Media

Food Media

Celebrity Chefs and the Politics of Everyday Interference

  • Author: Signe Rousseau
  • Publisher: Berg
  • ISBN: 0857850830
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 256
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There have been famous chefs for centuries. But it was not until the second half of the twentieth century that the modern celebrity chef business really began to flourish, thanks largely to advances in media such as television which allowed ever-greater numbers of people to tune in. Food Media charts the growth of this enormous entertainment industry, and also how, under the threat of the obesity "epidemic," some of its stars have taken on new authority as social activists, while others continue to provide delicious distractions from a world of potentially unsafe food. The narrative that joins these chapters moves from private to public consumption, and from celebrating food fantasies to fueling anxieties about food realities, with the questionable role of interference in people's everyday food choices gaining ground along the way. Covering celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver and Rachael Ray, and popular trends like foodies, food porn and fetishism, Food Media describes how the intersections between celebrity culture and food media have come to influence how many people think about feeding themselves and their families - and how often that task is complicated when it need not be.

You Aren't What You Eat

You Aren't What You Eat

Fed Up with Gastroculture

  • Author: Steven Poole
  • Publisher: Union Books
  • ISBN: 1908526327
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 208
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DIV We have become obsessed by food: where it comes from, where to buy it, how to cook it and – most absurdly of all – how to eat it. Our televisions and newspapers are filled with celebrity chefs, latter-day priests whose authority and ambition range from the small scale (what we should have for supper) to large-scale public schemes designed to improve our communal eating habits. When did the basic human imperative to feed ourselves mutate into such a multitude of anxieties about provenance, ethics, health, lifestyle and class status? And since when did the likes of Jamie Oliver and Nigella Lawson gain the power to transform our kitchens and dining tables into places where we expect to be spiritually sustained? In this subtle and erudite polemic, Steven Poole argues that we're trying to fill more than just our bellies when we pick up our knives and forks, and that we might be a lot happier if we realised that sometimes we should throw away the colour supplements and open a tin of beans. /div

Gillian McKeith's Boot Camp Diet

Gillian McKeith's Boot Camp Diet

Fourteen Days to a New You!

  • Author: Gillian McKeith
  • Publisher: Penguin UK
  • ISBN: 0141037164
  • Category: Family & Relationships
  • Page: 256
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Welcome to Gillian's Boot Camp. Fourteen days to turn around your diet and turn around your life. Whether you are a diet procrastinator - you've got more excuses than a fifth former trying to get out of gym class - or you just need a bit of motivation, Gillian-style, get ready to lose weight simply and easily and to keep it off for good. With plenty of recipes to choose from, and the results of your own health quiz, you'll not only look great but feel in tip-top condition too. That's a promise - and no arguments!

You Are What You Eat Cookbook

You Are What You Eat Cookbook

More Than 150 Healthy and Delicious Recipes

  • Author: Gillian McKeith
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • ISBN: 1101478144
  • Category: Cooking
  • Page: 240
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From the bestselling author of You Are What You Eat, Dr. Gillian McKeith’s recipe for a healthier life… Eat delicious food, feel great, look fabulous. “I want you to look and feel like a new person. Discover the amazing array of delicious and healthy recipes you can make every day. You’ll absolutely love it—I promise!” Based on BBC America's hit TV show You Are What You Eat, the You Are What You Eat Cookbook makes healthy eating easy, simple, and fun. It also answers all those questions which can easily turn into excuses: · What exactly can I eat? · Can healthy food really be tasty and convenient? · Where to I find quinoa and kelp? · What is quinoa? Packed with over 150 recipes and ideas for juices, smoothies, breakfasts, soups, salads, lunchboxes, main meals, quick bites, snacks, and treats, here is a plan for you and your family to savor. Energy, vitality, and simply feeling great is just around the corner. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Slim for Life

Slim for Life

  • Author: Gillian McKeith
  • Publisher: Penguin
  • ISBN: 9780452289253
  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Page: 224
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From the bestselling author of You Are What You Eat Slim for Life is more than a diet book?it?s a whole new way of thinking about food and health. Drawing on the same expertise that brings Olympic athletes and Hollywood stars to her nutrition clinic in London, Dr. Gillian McKeith lays out a 28-day plan for flushing away bad habits and establishing new eating patterns that will keep you thin and healthy for life. Packed with detailed eating plans, practical tips, relevant nutritional information, strategies for avoiding backtracking, and lush, full- color photographs, Slim for Life is the all-in-one road map to a whole new you.

Books in Print, 2004-2005

Books in Print, 2004-2005

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  • ISBN: 9780835246491
  • Category: Literature
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Books in Print

Books in Print

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