Foods that Harm and Foods that Heal Cookbook: 250 Delicious Recipes to Beat Disease and Live Longer

By | November 29, 2018

Foods That Harm Foods That Heal Cookbook is a collection of over 250 recipes to beat disease and help us live longer.  The book also includes a summary of nearly 100 healing foods from Foods That Harm Foods That Heal book.

Foods That Harm Foods That Heal> was a pioneering book that changed the way we view food and its impact on our bodies. Many of the more than 7 million readers worldwide have been asking for a cookbook companion to help them put their newfound knowledge to use. In answer to their requests, here is the Foods That Harm Foods That Heal Cookbook.

In this all-new companion to Foods That Harm Foods That Heal, you’ll find:

  • An A-Z summary of the almost 100 healing foods from the main book, complete with buying, storing, and cooking tips.
  • 300 scrumptious recipes, each featuring at least 3 healing foods.
  • Sample daily meal plans for almost 100 common ailments, from arthritis to heart disease.

Product Features

  • Used Book in Good Condition

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Live better! Grain Belly


Anonymous on 11/29/2018 at 23:10.

Nature’s Medicine Cabinet There’s a lot to digest (no pun intended), but I really like what I’ve read so far.I’m a person who’s a bit of a cynic when it comes to the pharmaceutical industry. If you think about it, the money is made by making patients dependent on medicine. If a cure were to be found, the profit would stop right there. As a result, Big Pharma has no real interest in finding a cure for cancer, or any other disease that now requires extended treatment.The idea that cures can be…

Anonymous on 11/29/2018 at 23:36.

Best Health GO-TO Book EVER!

Anonymous on 11/30/2018 at 00:05.

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