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Riassunto: 'We are what we eat' is a familiar phrase, but many of us have only a slim idea of the way in which the food we eat affects not only our physical but also our emotional state. In this practical, introductory, self-help guide Patricia Quinn shows you how to achieve and maintain optimum health by following a balanced and nutritious diet. She also shows how, by altering our eating habits, we can relieve conditions such as insomnia, stress, hyperactivity, depression, headaches and energy loss. She explains the importance of: fresh food, minerals and vitamins, complex carbohydrates, eating food in season, cutting back on fat and sugar. Finally, she looks at the relationship between nutrition and lifestyle, showing that we are responsible not only for our own health, but also for the living world on which we depend for everything we eat and drink. Directories of useful names, addresses and further reading are also included.
L'autore: Patricia Quinn is a nutritional counsellor and kinesiologist who specialises in working with children. She has a private practice in County Dublin and is the author of 'Beating Candida Albicans'.
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