Supercharge Your Diet: Ten Easy Ways to Get Everything You Need From Your Food

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Confused and overwhelmed by healthy eating advice? What exactly do we need from our food?

Eating healthily is easy, right? Just make sure you have your five-a-day (or is it eight-a-day now?) when it comes to fruit and veg. Eat plenty of fibre (but what exactly is it, and how much of it do I need?). Cut down on meat (which types and by how much?), eat more fish (only sustainable, or is farmed OK?), ensure you're getting enough of the right types of vitamins and minerals. Oh, and and don't forget prebiotics and probiotics for gut health . . .

We are bombarded on a daily basis by too much confusing (and often misleading) information about what it is that we should be eating to keep ourselves healthy. It's easy to ignore it all and hope for the best, but now you don't have to . . .

In Supercharge Your Diet, food and lifestyle writer Sam Rice is here to demystify and simplify nutrition by showing you ten practical and easy-to-understand ways to pack your daily diet full of powerful goodness. Learn with her how to plan, prepare and cook healthy meals and snacks that meet all your nutritional needs.

Learn easy ways to:


* Eat 30 grams of fibre a day
* Incorporate healthy fats into your diet
* Eat more lean and plant protein
* Get the recommended 5 portions of fruit and veg a day
* Increase your vitamin and mineral consumption

Product Details

Price
£12.99  £12.34
Publisher
Headline Publishing Group
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Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781472297938

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