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Modern-Day Macrobiotics
     

Modern-Day Macrobiotics

by Simon G Brown
 

Eating macrobiotic foods – primarily whole, living, unprocessed foods, all naturally low on the glycaemic index – can make key improvements to your health and state of mind. Many people, however, are in the dark about how easy it is to eat macrobiotically; they are unaware of the dietary principles, ingredients and dishes that can affect important body

Overview

Eating macrobiotic foods – primarily whole, living, unprocessed foods, all naturally low on the glycaemic index – can make key improvements to your health and state of mind. Many people, however, are in the dark about how easy it is to eat macrobiotically; they are unaware of the dietary principles, ingredients and dishes that can affect important body processes such as blood sugar and sodium levels and, perhaps most essentially, “chi” energy. Modern-day Macrobiotics provides everything you need to know to take advantage of this life-changing diet.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781907952449
Publisher:
Carroll & Brown LTD
Publication date:
11/18/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
160
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

Simon G. Brown is a highly regarded practitioner of feng shui and a best-selling author. He is a member of the Feng Shui Society, the Shiatsu Society and the Macrobiotic Society of Great Britain. Dragana G. Brown is a macrobiotic cook with many private clients, including the singer, Boy George. Together they set up and previously owned Luscious Organic, a Kensington emporium, which sells and serves macrobiotic food. Of Simon's many books, Carroll & Brown have published the following: Practical Feng Shui, Practical Feng Shui for Business, Practical The Practical Art of Face Reading, and the Chi Energy Workbook.

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