Everywoman’s Guide to Nutrition was first published in 1991. This comprehensive, practical book, based on Judith Brown’s considerable experience as a nutrition counselor, teacher, and researcher, is a resource women can turn to with confidence for information on nutrition and healthy eating. The author has talked extensively with women to identify the nutrition information they are looking for, and has tailored this book to meet their needs. Fertility, pregnancy, and breast-feeding are discussed, as are the prevention and treatment of obesity, heart disease, cancer, PMS, osteoporosis, and other health problems. Special attention has been given to the results of studies conducted with women. Unique features are a section of tasty, low-fat recipes developed for the book and a self-assessment exercise that helps identify the strengths and weaknesses of your current diet.
Subjects: Health Sciences
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