The Everything Superfoods Book: Discover What to Eat to Look Younger, Live Longer, and Enjoy Life to the Fullest
Delia Quigley, Brierley E. Wright
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Common foods like blueberries, broccoli, tea, walnuts, yogurt, soy, and salmon are just some of the nutrient-rich foods that can help you live longer, look younger, and feel healthier. This book breaks down the secrets of the top twenty superfoods and how they can be instrumental in transforming your body. You will learn key nutritional information on the following topics: blueberries can fuel brain power; broccoli prevents cancer; oats can lower cholesterol; pumpkin helps skin look more youthful; salmon turns back time in the heart; spinach protects the eyes; yogurt boosts the immune system. Along with fifty recipes to jumpstart their use in a daily diet, this book makes it easy to find that elusive fountain of youth!
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