The Nutrient-dense Eating Plan
A Lifetime Eating Guide to Exceptional Foods for Super HealthBook - 2005
Nutrient-dense eating refers to the nutritional quality of a food, and to the highly concentrated, vitally important foods eaten on the plan. They are the opposite of empty-calorie foods that eventually degrade health and lead to debilitating diseases, says the author, Douglas Margel. He believes the dominant eating disorder of this culture is the ambivalent, adversarial relationship people have with food and we should reconnect to ancestral wisdom and eat as if it really mattered.
Publisher: Laguna Beach, CA : c2005
Branch Call Number: ANF 613.2 MARG
Characteristics: xii, 308 p. ; 23 cm