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[PDF / Epub] ☉ Superfoods Explained (The Science of Nutrition Book 5) Author Paul Rogers –

Superfoods Explained (The Science of Nutrition Book 5) Finally A Fact Based Nutritional Analysis Of Foods That Can Really Be Called Superfoods Superfoods You Ve Undoubtedly Heard The Term, It Is A Marketing Buzz Word Put Onto Any Food That Sounds Exotic And Has Claims Of Weight Loss, Longevity And Better Living But What Foods Really Do Have Super Ingredients What Foods Should We Be Eating To Fully Compliment An Active, Athletic Lifestyle And Which Superfoods Do Not Live Up To Their Marketing Claims At All Superfoods Explained A Fact Based Analysis Of Foods With Uncommonly High Nutritive Values This Book Is An Analysis Of Foods That Have Uncommonly High Nutritional Value, Especially As It Pertains To Persons With Extreme Nutritional Demands, Such As Athletes Or Those Leading An Active Lifestyle This Book Will Explain What Superfoods Are More Marketing Hype Than Anything Non Common Or Exotic Species And Their Nutritional Values Common Vegetables And Naturally Growing Wild Species Common Wild And Cultivated Vegetables Green Leafy Vegetables Edible Wild Species The Absolute Preferred Method To Prepare Foods To Exploit Their Nutritional Value Go Beyond The Hype To Better Understand Which Foods We Should Be Eating And How They Impact Our Daily Nutritional Demands

    8 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ☉ Superfoods Explained (The Science of Nutrition Book 5) Author Paul Rogers –

  1. says:

    Eye openingPreparation of superfoods seems to be key for us to benefit from eating These foods I learned a lot from this book.

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