Give Them Something Better - Sarah Fairn
The Good Life is killing us. Chronic diseases have established a
stronghold in our society representing 75% of our national health care
costs. And the best modern medicine can do is to manage the symptoms of
these modern killer diseases. But hope comes from Loma Linda,
California, the capital of the American Blue Zone of long livers. Why do
these people who represent not just a geographic Blue Zone but a
cultural one, have only half the rates of heart disease, high blood
pressure, diabetes, and excess weight, and why do they have lower risks
for arthritis, colon and prostate cancer? Let this family- style
cookbook reveal some of their secrets. Here you find delicious,
inexpensive recipes that will contribute to better health and longer
life. These are not recipes with outlandish ingredients. Instead, this
book is offering families some of their favorite American foods but with
a healthy twist. This book offers you something better.
Spiral-bound: 175 pages
Publisher: Sanare Life; Spi edition (September 12, 2011)
MY THOUGHTS: My son bought this book from some kids selling them door to door. They were trying to raise money for college. It is sponsored through The Indiana Academy, which is located on Ball State University. The book is all about eating healthy. It has lots of great recipes and photos. What's really great about this book, is you really don't need any thing special to fix the food. I haven't tried any of them yet. But I will be doing that. Since we all need to eat healthier foods. I give this book 5....
This book is for 1 of my reading challenges......
Outdo Yourself Challenge