A guide to nutrition and eating intended for the nurturing woman who has to feed the family. Dealing with all stages of life this is how to provide healthy and nutritious food without going kitchen crazy. The nutrition notes are excellent, not overwhelming but comprehensive and easy to follow. And to finish, a good basic collection of Jane Clarke’s favourite healthy recipes sensitive to family needs - this is nutrition that won’t cause a family mutiny - hardly a soya bean in sight.
Eating a good balanced diet is the single biggest contribution you can make to your own health and that of your family's. Food is a truly empowering force and yet, sadly, many people are both ignorant of its benefits and scared and intimidated of its potential impact. This approachable and informative volume from Jane Clarke, takes us through the ages of our lives - Childhood, Adolescence, Adulthood, Middle Age, Retirement and Old Age. Each section explains what is going on in the body, shares challenges and joys, informs us which foods are best, what to focus on in our diets and the beneficial effects we can expect. Quick and simple ideas will help you or a member of your family feel better right now. As importantly as clinical expertise this book is about eating well, delicious and simple recipes that incorporate all of Jane's good advice show that it is easy to love food, eat well and stay healthy.
'Jane Clarke is an exceptional nutritionist. She loves food and is a great cook - what a tiger!' Jamie Oliver
Publication date: 06/01/2011
Publisher: Collins & Brown an imprint of Anova Books
|Publication date:||6th January 2011|
|Publisher:||Collins & Brown an imprint of Anova Books|
|Genres:||Lifestyle & Health,|
|Categories:||Health & wholefood cookery,|
One of the most influential food and health writers in the UK and Europe today, Jane Clarke is also a qualified dietitian, and continues to spearhead highly successful nutrition and dietetic practices in London and Leicester, where her specialist practice assists patients with cancer whilst also continuing to treat young children and the elderly. Her website provides nourishing recipes and nutritional information, as well as cutting-edge journalistic scoops on current health and nutrition topics. Jane has written seven other best-selling books including Yummy! and Yummy Baby and is currently the nutrition columnist for Junior magazine.More About Jane Clarke