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From Soil to Supplement: A Course in Food,…

From Soil to Supplement: A Course in Food, Diet, and Nutrition, Taught by…

by Royal Lee

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0964570963, Spiral-bound)

This book is designed to be a practical, self-guided or instructor-led course on human nutrition, taught by the legendary pioneer in nutritional research and education: Dr. Royal Lee. The wisdom of Dr. Lee, expressed through these sixty-six articles, is presented easily and equally for the homemaker, the farmer, the doctor, and the scientist. These authoritative discourses reveal that simplicity is an inherent component of authenticity. But 'simplicity' does not mean simplistic: Rather, the message here is elegant in its grasp and scope of the subject of human nutrition.
-Mark R. Anderson

A beautiful book arranged so as to create a self-health learning experience. When you look inside, you'll see that the chapter headings, subheadings, and listing of key words demonstrate how unaware we are of our intimate connection to soil and food. Mr. Anderson has once again made the rare understanding of the sources and causes of health accessible to all of us. The format is practical with plenty of note-taking columns as well as an extensive key-word listing. This book will bring years of understanding and information immediately applicable in the kitchen, the clinic, or the doctor's office.

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