Supermarket Guide: Food Choices for You and Your Family
Author: Mary Abbott Hess
Shop smart with Americas foremost nutrition experts The American Dietetic Association takes you aisle-by-aisle through the supermarket, showing you how to make informed decisions about the food you buy for yourself and your family. Not just a guide to low-fat and fat-free items, this book gives you tips on reading labels and choosing foods that best fit your healthy eating planfollowing the ADA philosophy that all foods can fit. Learn the nutritional differences between fresh, frozen, and canned vegetables; how to compare presweetened, wholegrain, granola, and hot cereals; how to find the freshest seafood; and more! This handy guide also provides tips on food safety and stretching your grocery dollars.
Table of Contents:Healthy Foods, Healthy Eating.
It's On the Label.
Stretching Your Food Dollar.
Up and Down the Aisles.
Keeping Food Safe.
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Smart Guide to Yoga
Author: Stephanie Levin Gervasi
Smart Advice on how yoga can enhance emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being
Smart Ways to relieve stress, strengthen your body, prevent and treat illness, and boost your stamina and energy
Smart Tips on what yoga style is right for you, with step-by-step instructions on the poses that best suit your lifestyle and goals
- Smart Strategies to release physical tension and mental stress with the slow, gentle movements, poses, and breathing techniques of hatha yoga
- Smart Insights into the six branches of yoga, each a different experience in movement and meditation
- Smart Advice on yoga as alternative medicine to heal heart disease, chronic pain, arthritis, and other illnesses
- Smart Tips on finding a class and teacher that best suit your needs and will help you develop your own yoga practice
- Quick reading and easy referencing with lots of photos, a comprehensive index, and loads of sidebars and sources
It's all about good reading and expert information. The choice is yours. Stephanie Levin-Gervasi is a writer specializing in health and family matters. She is the author of The Back Pain Sourcebook and has practiced yoga for more than twenty years. She lives in San Francisco.