An A-Z Guide to Food Additives

Never Eat What You Can't Pronounce

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Author: Deanna M. Minich

Publisher: Conari Press

ISBN: 9781609250812

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 160

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Cochineal extract, diacetyl, teriary butylhydroquinone, BHA, HFCS, MSG—it’s not just knowing how to pronounce what’s in your food, it’s knowing what it does and how it can affect you that matters most. But with so many processed foods on the supermarket shelves and additives showing up in the most unlikely foods, that’s certainly a tall order. An A-to-Z Guide to Food Additives will help consumers avoid undesirable food additives and show them which additives do no harm and may even be nutritious. Designed to fit in a purse or pocket, this little book will serve as an “additive translator” when navigating through the landmine field of additives or ingredients that may cause allergic reactions like headaches, fatigue, and breathing difficulties or those that cause bloating or make one hyperactive. Included is a list of 300 ingredients to avoid and reference charts of such additives as those that may potentially cause cancer or allergic reactions or that should be limited for sodium-sensitive individuals. There is also essential nutrition advice, hints on what to look for when reading those unreadable ingredient labels, and even tips on buying fresh produce in order to avoid pesticides.

Food Additives, Nutrients & Supplements A-to-Z

A Shopper's Guide

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Author: Eileen Renders

Publisher: Clear Light Pub

ISBN: 9781574160086

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 273

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This unique and easy to use layman's reference takes the mystery out of the bewildering array of health and labelling information we confront every time we go to the supermarket. Using this simple guide to the most important food elements and additives, readers can find out everything the average person needs to know to make healthy choices in eating and dietary supplementation. Offering quick authoritative answers in plain language and a convenient format, Renders' book is the only up to date reference that includes all these important topics under one cover.

The A-Z Guide to Food as Medicine, Second Edition

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Author: Diane Kraft

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 0429942508

Category: Medical

Page: 414

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Reprising The 2017 American Library Association Outstanding Academic Title award-winning A-Z Guide to Food As Medicine, this new edition explores the physiological effects of more than 250 foods, food groups, nutrients, and phytochemicals in entries that include: Definition and background information such as traditional medicinal use, culinary facts, and dietary intake and deficiency information Scientific findings on the physiological effects of foods, food groups, and food constituents Bioactive dose when known, such as nutrient Dietary Reference Intakes focusing on 19-to-50-year-old individuals Safety highlights, such as nutrient Tolerable Upper Intake Levels A health professional’s comprehensive nutrition handbook that includes all nutrients, nutrient functions, "good" and "excellent" sources of nutrients, nutrient assessment, and deficiency symptoms, as well as summaries of foods, food groups, and phytochemicals. New to the Second Edition: Disease- and condition-focused Index that leads readers to foods used to manage specific conditions and diseases Focus on practical recommendations for health maintenance and disease prevention, including tables, insets, and updated scientific findings on more than a dozen new foods Accompanying teaching aids and lesson plans available online at http://www.crcpress.com Features: Dictionary-style summaries of the physiological effects of foods, food groups, nutrients, and phytochemicals alphabetically listed for quick access Approximately 60 B & W images of foods; informational tables and insets that define or illustrate concepts such as drug terminologies, classes of phytochemicals, and medicinal aspects of foods and of a plant-based diet Over 1,000 scientific references from peer-reviewed sources, including The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Evidence Analysis Library, and position statements of major health organizations

The A-Z Guide to Food as Medicine

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Author: Diane Kraft

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 149873524X

Category: Medical

Page: 395

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Can an apple a day keep the doctor away? The A-Z Guide to Food As Medicine addresses food folklore by exploring the scientific findings about physiological effects of over 250 foods, food groups, nutrients, and phytochemicals. Today, health care providers are fielding more questions from patients on how to help improve their nutritional health

The Seasons of Change

Using Nature's Wisdom to Grow Through Life's Inevitable Ups and Downs

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Author: Carol L. McClelland

Publisher: Conari Press

ISBN: 9781609252601

Category: Self-Help

Page: 288

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A wise, helpful book that provides practical tools for one of modern life's greatest challenges -- Change. True help for everyone -- no matter what difficult or exciting transition you are in! Provides a model based on the four seasons to help align you with natural forces. Using a simple questionnaire, you can discover where you are in your transition process, how to move forward, and how to not get off track. Includes advice for building a strong support network for times of change.

A to Z Guide to Healthier Living, The

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Author: David B. Biebel,James E. MD Dill,Bobbie RN Dill

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 0800721055

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 251

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Everyone wants to live a healthy, long life. The A to Z Guide to Healthier Living is a practical, scientifically reliable, biblically sound, and easy-to-read handbook that combines current research on living healthfully with important findings on the connection between longevity and faith. From commonsense advice to innovative ideas on how to live better one day at a time, this book is a unique and welcome resource for healthy living.

Toxics A to Z

A Guide to Everyday Pollution Hazards

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Author: John Harte,Cheryl Holdren,Richard Schneider,Christine Shirley

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520910775

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 576

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Toxics A to Z features and alphabetical listing of over 100 toxics, identifying . . . What they are How they are measured Where they are found The symptoms of exposure What their known risks are How we can lessen or avoid those risks An easy-to-use Cross-Reference Guide to help readers identify toxics in 18 major groups, including indoor and outdoor air pollutants, household items, and lawn and garden products A glossary of terms, explanation of abbreviations, and listing of sources for further help and information

Foods that Harm, Foods that Heal

An A-Z Guide of what to Eat and what to Avoid for Optimum Health

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Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781922083654

Category: Diet therapy

Page: 399

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Everything You Need to Know About Food Additives

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Author: Chris Hayhurst

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

ISBN: 9780823935482

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

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Discusses the role of food additives, why they are used, and the controversies surrounding their use.