The Everything Guide To Macrobiotics

Author: Julie S Ong
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440503729
Size: 17,52 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
Read: 111

Heal yourself naturally with balanced and nourishing foods. Lose weight and boost energy levels Prevent and treat disease Enhance psychological health You can gain all this and more by following a macrobiotic diet! Macrobiotics is based on the benefits of eating seasonal, locally grown, and energetically balanced foods. In this guide, you’ll discover how to adapt this lifestyle to fit your own needs. Create 150 delectable recipes to achieve inner and outer healing, including: Forbidden Rice with Edamame and Orange Zest Mochi Waffles with Berry Lemon Sauce Kale, Green Beans, and Carrots with Roasted Pumpkin Seeds Garbanzo Beans in Mushroom Gravy Roasted Squash and Sweet Potato Sauce Poached Pears in Apple Cider This guide also features tips on incorporating changes into your lifestyle that reduce stress while enhancing balance and harmony. The benefits of a macrobiotic lifestyle are only a few delicious recipes away!

The Everything Guide To Nutrition

Author: Nicole Cormier
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440511594
Size: 13,96 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
Read: 442

"Eat carbohydrates--but only if they're "good." Eat fiber--but only if it's soluble. Eat protein--but not too much. There are so many rules on the road to good nutrition, how can anyone know what to eat? With this guide, you'll find all you need to keep yourself and your family healthy, such as: Recipes for nutritionally balanced meals that taste good Tips for incorporating more fruits and vegetables Which foods contain the most beneficial vitamins How to safely transition to a vegetarian or vegan diet Why processed foods are so bad for you--and how to stop eating them And much, much more! With meal plans and grocery shopping guidelines, this complete guide is perfect for busy families or individuals on the go. Eating healthy is just a grocery store trip away!"

The Everything Guide To Being Vegetarian

Author: Alexandra Greeley
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 160550727X
Size: 18,29 MB
Format: PDF
Read: 548

With nearly 6 million adult vegetarians in the United States, a push toward a leaner, greener, healthier lifestyle is happening everywhere. Whether their reasons are moral, economic, or health-related, people all over the country--and the world--are making the switch to vegetarianism. In this book, you discover: Easy ways to get essential nutrition like protein and iron Where to buy fresh, high-quality produce without breaking the bank Cooking tips and techniques for a vegetarian kitchen, such as how to prepare tofu Delicious vegetarian recipes for every meal of the day, including choices kids will love The real difference between vegetarian and vegan A vegetarian lifestyle doesn't have to be restrictive; with the help of this book it can be liberating and satisfying! The key is the right information and recipes so you can say goodbye to meat and hello to a fresh, new life.

The Everything Guide To Integrative Pain Management

Author: Traci Stein
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440589704
Size: 13,78 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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"A guide intended to help those diagnosed with chronic pain"--

The Macrobiotic Path To Total Health

Author: Michio Kushi
Editor: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0307487830
Size: 10,95 MB
Format: PDF
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“Food is the chief of all things, the universal medicine. . . . Food transmutes directly into body, mind, and spirit . . . creates our day-to-day health and happiness.” —from The Macrobiotic Path to Total Health Even in medical schools, alternative medicine is blossoming. Two thirds of them now offer courses in complementary healing practices, including nutrition. At the heart of this revolution is macrobiotics, a simple, elegant, and delicious way of eating whose health benefits are being confirmed at an impressive rate by researchers around the world. Macrobiotics is based on the laws of yin and yang—the complementary energies that flow throughout the universe and quicken every cell of our bodies and every morsel of the food we eat. Michio Kushi and Alex Jack, distinguished educators of the macrobiotic way, believe that almost every human ailment from the common cold to cancer can be helped, and often cured, by balancing the flow of energy (the ki) inside us. The most effective way to do this is to eat the right foods, according to our individual day-to-day needs. Now in this marvelous guide, they give us the basics of macrobiotic eating and living, and explain how to use this powerful source of healing to become healthier and happier, to prevent or relieve more than two hundred ailments, conditions, or disorders—both physical and psychological. This encyclopedic compendium of macrobiotic fundamentals, remedies, menus, and recipes takes into account the newest thinking and evolving practices within the macrobiotic community. The authors integrate all the information into a remarkable A to Z guide to macrobiotic healing—from AIDS, allergies, and arthritis, to cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. They also clearly explain what we need to know to start eating a true macrobiotic diet that will provide us with a complete balance of energy and nutrients. Living as we all do in environmental and climactic circumstances that are largely outside our personal control, it is vital that we follow a healthy lifestyle, including a flexible diet that we can adjust to meet our own individual needs. The Macrobiotic Path to Total Health gives us precisely the tools and the understanding we need to achieve this goal. Use it to build a strong, active body and a cheerful, resourceful mind. From the Hardcover edition.

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Editor: Coqui The Chef
Size: 20,81 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Essential Guide To Macrobiotics

Author: Carl Ferré
Editor: George Ohsawa Macrobiotic
ISBN: 0918860660
Size: 19,79 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
Read: 354

One of the best introductory books on macrobiotic philosophy and diet. Contains charts and much useful information. A newly revised and expanded version of Pocket Guide to Macrobiotics.

The Great Life Diet

Author: Denny Waxman
Editor: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480437298
Size: 15,24 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Ensure a healthy, active lifestyle with this revolutionary seven-step macrobiotic and semi-vegetarian diet plan—including easy-to-follow recipes. A diet of whole grains, beans, fresh vegetables, and a variety of hearty soups can change your life. Renowned health counselor Danny Waxman, founder of the Strengthening Health Institute, shows how simple it can be. At the forefront of an American nutrition movement for decades, Waxman offers clear and proven instructions for better living. His diet plan nourishes the mind, empowers the spirit, and fortifies the body against everything from the common cold to chronic fatigue to heart disease. In The Great Life Diet you’ll discover: A complete list of recommended foods A glossary of diet, food, and nutrition terminology Basic, easy-to-prepare recipes Suggestions for balanced meals An essential education in macrobiotic foods The importance of scheduled eating Featuring a wealth of practical information, invaluable insight, and personal success stories, The Great Life Diet is your guide to the natural-food revolution.

Macrobiotics For Life

Author: Simon Brown
Editor: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781583944707
Size: 17,90 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Macrobiotics for Life presents a complete, holistic approach to health that can be applied to the body, mind, and soul. Combining the concept of a healthy, natural-foods lifestyle with a philosophy of self-love, macrobiotic expert Simon Brown explains how food, exercise, and bodywork can create greater physical health. Written in an accessible, easy-to-understand style, the book takes readers through simple steps beginning with thought, exercise, and diet, and shows how to bring macrobiotic practice into everyday life. Topics include healing the mind (letting go of assumptions and judgments), healing the heart (listening to one’s emotions), and healing the body (caring for one’s skin, energizing one’s organs, and creating a healthy digestive system).Brown offers extensive information about macrobiotic foods—tips for eating out, saving time in the kitchen, dealing with food cravings—and a variety of menu plans to help readers get started, including a time-saver weekly menu. A full range of nearly 100 recipes provides the essential resources for experiencing macrobiotics, and sixteen striking color photographs illustrate meals that are both delicious and nutritious to help readers see the variety of options that are available. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Macrobiotic Way

Author: Michio Kushi
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101662379
Size: 20,38 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The third edition of the "bible" of the macrobiotic movement. Originally published in 1985, The Macrobiotic Way is a classic in its field. It is the definitive guide to macrobiotics, an approach to diet and lifestyle that promotes both inner peace and harmony with others and the environment through plant-based whole foods. Now updated, it covers not only the central dietary principles, nutrition, and foods but also cooking techniques, essentials for a macrobiotic kitchen, menus and recipes, along with exercise, life philosophy, home and lifestyle, and the role of macrobiotics in natural healing. From the Trade Paperback edition.