The New Complete Book Of Food (Paperback) by Rinzler, Carol Ann
Paperback; Published 11/1/1999; 448 Pages; ISBN 9780816039883
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Does chicken soup really cure a cold? Find out in this guide to the medical benefits of food.
The Romans sterilized wounds with wine. The Egyptians poured honey into their injuries to help them heal. Grandmothers have long cured the common cold with chicken soup. In The New Complete Book of Food, noted nutrition expert Carol Ann Rinzler explores the medical and physical benefits of the natural chemicals found in food, offering readers a new way of looking at what they eat. She takes a close look at the dangers of various types of foods and describes how foods change when they are processed or cooked. Also featured is an introduction by Jane Brody, Personal Health columnist and health editor of The New York Times.
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