‘What’s In My Food?’ was born out of my deep frustration by the mounting tide of complacent sedentary, state dependent individuals populating most of the countries of the Western world.
Equally frustrating is the misinformation pedalled by vested interests to those who aim to escape this inertia by fitness and diet regimes accompanied by a vast array of energy and health supplements.
So, at last a book that guides us through the complex world of food to a balanced diet and good health.
It answers questions and gives answers about:
Why some food is healthy food and includes healthy recipes; healthy diets; a good food guide.
Why are some foods not healthy and gives us information on unhealthy diets; unhealthy nutrition; a recipe for disease, obesity and stress.
‘What’s In My Food?’ gives us a colour code, a traffic light system giving us instant information about good, average and poor foods. The colour code for food includes all the necessary nutrients, not just fat, salt and sugar. This colour code tells us what’s in our food, not in grams, per packet or by complicated calculations, but by an average helping or portion, the value of our meals.
Red for poor, amber for average and green for good – simple!
(colours are also represented by symbols for those that are unable to view in colour format).
It is much more than a good food guide. It tells us why we need the nutrient which are so sadly missing in modern food, and how and why that is the case.
By Peter J S Taylor BSc. can be purchased to view in many formats, select the type that you would like from the options below.
Here at last is a truly simple guide to finding lost energy, and with the rediscovery of energy, the ability to stick to a diet which encourages weight loss.
There are masses of weight loss diets and programmes, but the truth is most of them do not work permanently. This book tells us why this is and how to break the mould.
Learn why you are feeling so tired.
Learn how a balanced diet increases your energy levels.
Understand why it is so difficult to lose weight.
Make this the beginning of a new lifestyle.
Feel the difference in your energy levels.
Rediscover the vigour you once had.
Begin to experience the joy of life.
You are about to experience a new and sometimes difficult journey, but if you persevere, you will feel a new, fresh vitality, and with it the get-up-and-go factor that has been missing in your life.