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

by Jack Sparrow
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Foods that Harm and Foods that Heal Cookbook 250 Delicious Recipes to Beat Disease and Live Longer

A READER’S DIGEST BOOK Copyright © 2013 The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction, in any manner, is prohibited. Reader’s Digest is a registered trademark of The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc. ISBN 978-1-62145-059-7 We are committed to both the quality of our products and the service we provide to our customers. We value your comments, so please feel free to contact us. The Reader’s Digest Association, Inc. Adult Trade Publishing 44 South Broadway White Plains, NY 10601 For more Reader’s Digest products and information, visit our website: www.rd.com (in the United States) www.readersdigest.ca (in Canada) NOTE TO OUR READERS The information in this book should not be substituted for, or used to alter, medical therapy without your doctor’s advice. For a specific health problem, consult your physician for guidance. Eating eggs or egg whites that are not completely cooked poses the possibility of salmonella food poisoning. The risk is greater for pregnant women, the elderly, the very young, and persons with impaired immune systems. If you are concerned about salmonella, you can use reconstituted powdered egg whites or pasteurized eggs. contents About this Book Introduction: Cooking to Heal What Ails You PART 1 Foods An A-to-Z Guide to Healing Foods Acorn Squash Almonds Apples Apricots Artichokes Asparagus Avocados Bananas Barley Beans and Other Legumes Bean Sprouts Beef and Veal Beets Berries Blackberries Blueberries Bran Bread Broccoli Brussels Sprouts Buckwheat Bulgur Butternut Squash Cabbage Cantaloupe Carrots Cauliflower Celeriac Celery Cheese Cherries Chia Chicken Chickpeas Chiles Chips and Crackers Chocolate Clams Coconuts Collard Greens Corn Cranberries Cucumbers Dates Duck Edamame Eggplants Eggs Fennel Figs Fish Flax Flour Garlic Ginger Grains Grapefruits Grapes and Raisins Green Beans Guavas Herbs and Spices Honey Honeydew Hummus Jicama Kale and Other Cooking Greens Ketchup Kiwi Kohlrabi Lamb Leeks Legumes Lemons and Limes Lentils Lettuce and Other Salad Greens Limes Liver Lobster Mangoes Margarine Melons Milk and Dairy Products Mushrooms and Truffles Mustard Greens Nectarines Nuts and Seeds Oats Oils Okra Olives and Olive Oil Onions Oranges and Tangerines Organ Meats Oysters Papayas Parsnips Passion Fruit Pasta Peaches and Nectarines Peanuts and Peanut Butter Pears Peas and Pea Pods Pecans Pepper, Ground Peppers Persimmons Pineapples Plums and Prunes Pomegranates Pork Potatoes Poultry Prunes Pumpkins Quinoa Radishes Raisins Raspberries Rhubarb Rice Rye Sausages Seaweed Shellfish Shrimp Soy Spices Spinach Squash Strawberries Sweet Potatoes and Yams Tangerines

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