If You Want To Eat A Healthier Diet And Don’t Know Where To Begin

Posted on December 29, 2012 by burnsvillenc No Comments

Book: Overfed and Undernourished, Taking the Confusion Out of Healthy Eating

Author: Elizabeth Gibbons

Do you know that most of us are starving? Not from a lack of food. This starvation is more insidious. It is from a lack of nutrients.

Agricultural practices have changed radically in the last 100 years. Food production has been taken over by corporations. Technology has changed the way our food is produced. We are not eating the nutrient dense foods that our grandparents and great-grandparents ate 100 years ago when cancer, heart disease and diabetes were rare.

In an easy to understand, straight-to-the-point manner, Overfed and Undernuorished, takes you on an excursion into our modern day world of food. Armed with the information in this book you will no longer be swayed by confusing news releases and pseudo-scientific reports telling you how to eat. You will know what types of food support your heath and where to find them.

Get your copy of Overfed and Undernourished today and be on your way to being well-fed and well-nourished.

How To Access: Go to www.amazon.com  In the Search drop down menu click on Kindle and enter the title “Overfed and Undernourished by Elizabeth Gibbons” and it will take you to the site.  Or direct link: http://www.amazon.com/Overfed-Undernourished-Confusion-Healthy-ebook/dp/B00A8162K8/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1355837270&sr=1-1&keywords=Overfed+and+undernourished

(Note: If you do not have a Kindle reader the e-book can be downloaded to your IPod, Android, or other devices and even to your computer.)

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1. Notify family, friends, and anyone on your email list who you think might be interested in having this book.

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About the Author: Elizabeth Gibbons has a B. S. in biology from Purdue University, an M.A. in zoology from The University of Michigan and has taken additional courses in Health Education at the State University of New York at Brockport. She is a certified Body Ecologist. Not knowing she was gluten intolerant she suffered from colitis for many years. Four days after surgery for a broken hip in 2008, her colon ruptured while in the hospital. Emergency surgery was performed that saved her life. By following a nutrient dense diet she has slowly regained her health. She is in her late seventies and can live alone, drive her car, grow some of her food, and live a normal, active life with no medications.

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