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The Top 100 Immunity Boosters: 100 Recipes to Keep Your Immune System Fighting Fit

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Eat well today for a healthier tomorrow! With proper nutrition, we can actually bolster our immune system—and, as these 100 recipes prove, it’s not only easy to do, it’s also delicious. Here are foods rich in important vitamins, such as A, B complex, C, and E; in minerals, including zinc, selenium, and calcium; in Omega-3 and -6 fatty acids; and in protein and fiber. For e ...more
Paperback, 128 pages
Published July 28th 2006 by Duncan Baird (first published January 15th 2005)
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Steven Peterson
Sep 18, 2009 rated it really liked it
This is a short book; it doesn't have too much that one would call revolutionary in it. But it's a nice, economical listing of some of the best immunity-boosting foods out there. As the author, Charlotte Haigh, says at the outset (page 8): "To keep the body's immune organs and cells healthy, it is vital to eat the right foods."

There are also some thumbnail recipes going with each of the immunity boosters. It's not really a cookbook, but some of the recipes might be interesting to readers (e.g.,
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Ryan
Jun 11, 2008 rated it really liked it
Very short, very slim book, but packed with helpful, healthful information on different foods. It also gives recipes for each food explored, which is a great way to get readers to actually USE the foods in question. I recommend it for people who want to learn more about how to eat healthily and why certain foods are so good for them.
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Apr 03, 2007 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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A book for anyone that won't eat something just because someone says, "Eat this, it's good for you." Gives great nutritional information and fairly creative and easy recipe ideas for each food featured. This book lives on the counter in my kitchen and I refer to it often.
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Awesome nutritional, recipe, and history ingredient reference. Reads like a fun trivia book. This is one book within the series - all are worth having!
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