What fascinated him was the French Paradox – namely, that the French eat more fat and drink more alcohol than any other nation but have less cancer and heart disease
The Rainbow Diet book.
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I have followed Chris Woollams' web site, canceractive. com, for many years after my sister was diagnosed with lung cancer. This IS NOT a book of recipes. There is a separate book for that. This book gives you the most comprehensive details to educate yourself. I bought this book directly from the US distributor, and it is unequaled anywhere. One person found this helpful.
A rainbow diet, meaning a diet abundant in all the nutritional colors (. yellow, orange, red, green, blue, indigo, purple) is essential for optimal health. The nutrients you’ll receive from eating the nutritional rainbow act as powerful antioxidants that inhibit and repair damage from carcinogenic activity.
A diet that adds foods, each known to contain bioactive compounds – foods that ‘protect and correct’. Author and biochemist, Chris Woollams, has teamed up this time with Barbara Cox, famous for founding UK based Nutrichef. Barbara is a Chef who knows her science. you have over 60 recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner; juices and snacks too. Just what everyone needs. Launching 25th November 2015. The Rainbow Diet is nourishing, it is healthy and in this recipe book we are going to show you that it is certainly not boring or limiting. On the contrary the dishes are tasty, fun and enjoyable
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The Rainbow Diet is a meal plan for people concerned about their long-term health and the desire to beat the so-called 'diseases of civilisation', such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Chris’s story is a very powerful one. Having studied biochemistry at Oxford University, he chose a career in marketing.