The authors identify the nutritional deficiencies and dependencies caused by our ?junk-food? diet that lead to malnutrition and other serious dietary diseases. They recommend a diet that is whole, alive, fresh, and varied, rather than processed, dead, stale, and monotonous. The book features a 12-step program for developing an individualized diet and a 30-page section on the nutrient content of common foods, and is fully referenced, based on the most current research. This book is part of the Naturopathic Good Health Guides Series of patient care and consumer health books designed to introduce naturopathic medicine to the general public.
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