Food is a passage between cultures: no ticket, reservation or road map required. With The All-New Vegetarian Passport your kitchen is the starting point for a journey through the flavours of the world
Food is a passage between cultures: no ticket, reservation or road map required. With The All-New Vegetarian Passport your kitchen is the starting point for a journey through the flavours of the world as well as the beginning of a healthy new relationship between your body and your plate. Linda Woolven has collected 350 of her favourite—and simplest—recipes for flavour and personal wellness, in dishes from every corner of the globe.
Her introductory material not only gives you all the right information for how to become healthy but it also details how to structure your diet if you have specific health concerns or dietary restrictions. Handy icons on each recipe show you which ones are best to make when suffering from cancer, candida, celiac disease, diabetes, gout, heart disease, memory loss, multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. Plus countless recipes are coded for a vegan diet. Whether you want to get healthy or stay healthy, Linda has you covered.
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Eating for memory? Try consuming antioxidant herbs like sage and rosemary, oregano, thyme, basil and turmeric. Eat foods such as whole grains, legumes and deep leafy greens, especially cabbage, kiwi, cauliflower, potatoes, wheat germ, oranges, lemons, grapefruit. And include flaxseed oil: it's great for memory!
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Linda Woolven is one of Canada's leading natural health authors. She studied herbalism at Dominion Herbal College, acupuncture at the Toronto Institute of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, psychology at Y ork U niversity and counselling at the U niversity of Toronto. The author and coauthor of more than six books, she also co-writes the natural health newsletter The Natural Path and has written for many newspapers and magazines, including the Toronto Star, Alive, Better Nutrition and Canadian Living. L inda has appeared on CBC radio and Citytv's Breakfast Television as well as on many other television and radio shows.