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200 Superfoods that Will Save Your Life
By Deborah Klein, M.S., R.D.

A total program to improve health and increase longevity—complete with over 150 meal plans, recipes and tips.

Forget what you can’t eat. The 200 SuperFoods That Will Save Your Life gives you the healthy news about foods you should eat and enjoy, including sweet, yet healthy indulgences like tomatoes, guacamole, and semisweet chocolate chips. More than just a list of foods, this encyclopedic guide contains recipes, dietary advice and meal plans to get you to your healthiest level ever. Author Deborah Klein provides a comprehensive tour of the world’s healthiest foods, as well as tips for incorporating them into a diet. This is a one-stop resource for information on how to live healthier and longer. Forget what you can’t eat. The 200 SuperFoods That Will Save Your Life gives you the healthy news about foods you should eat and enjoy, including sweet, yet healthy indulgences like tomatoes, guacamole, and semisweet chocolate chips. More than just a list of foods, this encyclopedic guide contains recipes, dietary advice and meal plans to get you to your healthiest level ever. Author Deborah Klein provides a comprehensive tour of the world’s healthiest foods, as well as tips for incorporating them into a diet. This is a one-stop resource for information on how to live healthier and longer.

Deborah A. Klein, M.S., R.D. has been the top local dietitian and media nutrition consultant in Los Angeles for fourteen years. Recently, she was named “Young Dietitian of the Year,” by the American Dietetics Association and served as President of the Los Angeles Dietetics Association. Currently, Klein has a private practice conducting individualized nutrition counseling, nutrition education, corporate seminars, class lectures, health fairs, television/radio interviews. She regularly conducts seminars for large organizations and corporations, and is frequently featured in both print and electronic media including “Today,” CNN, Discovery Health Channel, Parenting magazine, and Fitness magazine. Visit her website at www.livitician.com.

 

 

 
     

 
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