In "Supereating", renowned nutritionist Ian Marber reveals a groundbreaking approach to diet and nutrition that allows you to maximise the goodness you get from the food you eat. He goes beyond the increasingly common one-step approach of 'Get more x in your diet to cure y' to bring in the vital but hitherto generally sidelined interplay of nutrients. For example, it is not enough to increase the amount of calcium in your diet as without the complementary effects of magnesium the benefits can be almost completely lost. The book investigates the interplay between vitamins and minerals, and of these with probiotics and phytochemicals, and demonstrates how the Super eating approach can be used to optimum effect, combating many major health issues by helping the nutrients in your food help each other. He applies the principles of Supereating to particular areas of wellbeing and examines a wide range of foods, showing how superfoods can become super meals.
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Author Biography - Ian Marber
Ian Marber MBANT Dip ION is the founder and principal consultant at The Food Doctor Clinic in London's Holland Park, where he conducts one-to-one consultations with clients on all aspects of nutrition. Ian Marber MBANT Dip ION is the founder and principal consultant at The Food Doctor Clinic in London's Holland Park, where he conducts one-to-one consultations with clients on all aspects of nutrition. He is a regular contributor to leading magazines and newspapers, including Men's Health, Harper's Bazaar, Easy Living, the Evening Standard and the Daily Telegraph. Ian is also an advisor and contributing columnist to three influential health magazines, Healthy, Zest and Top Sante. Ian is a prolific writer, and his books have achieved worldwide success. His most recent books are Supereating (2008), How Not to Get Fat (2009) and How Not to Get Fat Your Daily Diet (2011). He is a sought-after guest on television and radio, and recently won the 'Best Media Advocate for Nutrition' award from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition.