Synopses & Reviews
Recent studies have concluded that nations eating a spice-rich diet have lower susceptibility to disease. India, for example, has a rate of colon cancer one-third that of the The United States. Other spice-loving cultures such as Greece and Spain suffer lower rates of Alzheimer's and heart disease.
The Healing Spices Cookbook offers over 100 easy, spice-filled recipes. Also included is a detailed directory of spices, featuring profiles of the healthiest, most popular kinds - ginger, paprika, saffron and tamarind--and those you don't know about, but should.
As you seek to live more healthily, the near-magical qualities of spices will transform your meals into memorable feasts. They can help you rebalance your diet in fun and satisfying ways. And their powerful health-protecting and immune-stimulating properties will enable you to deal more effectively with the stresses of everyday life.
About the Author
Kirsten Hartvig is an acclaimed nutritionist and naturopath, and author of DBP's Eat for Immunity,The Big Book of Quick and Healthy Recipes andThe Healthy Diet Calorie Counter. She lives in Denmark. The author lives in Denmark.