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Modern day Macrobiotics by Simon Brown

Modern day Macrobiotics

Description : An introduction to the macrobiotic diet discusses the physical, spiritual, and emotional benefits of a plan that emphasizes an assortment of nuts, grains, vegetables, and other foods that are primarily unprocessed and can be combined to balance the body's energies, accompanied by menus, eating plans, food buying tips, and recipes for every meal of the day. Original.

Subtitle : Transform Your Diet and Feed Your Mind, Body, and Spirit

Authors : Simon Brown

Published Date : 2006

Publisher : North Atlantic Books

ISBN : 1556436432

Page : 160 Pages

Categories : Cooking

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Filesize: 7 MB

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