Nonfiction

What Will Your Next Meal Be?

Learn why diets don’t work and how to eat based on your individual nutritional needs.

In these pages are the nutritional secrets of an ancient practice for eating in harmony known as Chinese dietary therapy.

Obesity rates have soared, bringing with it a host of chronic health problems: diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, and digestive disorders, to name a few. Stress is a major factor is most Western diseases/conditions and can be fatal when not addressed. If only you knew what you needed to eat to ease your stress, quiet your mind, and give you sustainable energy throughout each day.

In this book, you will:

  • Discover your individual nutritional needs based on your unique constitution via a proven, ancient therapeutic model.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of your unique constitution and how to achieve and maintain health and wellness (i.e., lose weight, treat illness, balance your emotions, etc.).
  • Gain a deeper understanding of the disease process according to your unique constitution, which foods can help you heal, and which foods are making you sick(er). (Ex: Learn how apples moisten dry lungs and how ginger warms a Cold.)
  • Improve your relationship with your food (and your family’s as well).

Don’t miss out on the section Food Combining for Maximum Effect, to help you balance out your meals. AS AN ADDED BONUS, I’ve included Recipes for Health & Healing, as well as an abbreviated encyclopedic section, The Nature of Foods, where food properties are discussed in greater detail, AT NO EXTRA COST.

What readers are saying:

“Wow! Your book is amazing and has officially joined our recipe book window sill in the kitchen!” Robbie Grayson, Founder/CEO, Traitmarker

ISBN# 978-0578180113       $20.00 USD


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Now retired but a few copies on AmazonA Bump in the Road (2007)
A woman chronicles her experience with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in the wake of 9/11. Unable to work, she abandons her job and soon loses her ocean-side condo. The only bright spot is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, who demonstrates how Asian medicines can help her heal. Now homeless, she must learn the ins and outs of the lifestyle. Her problem, she hears again and again, is hers and hers alone. During the frigid New England winter she must sleep in her car; not even a concerned local pastor offers a warm place to rest. When her mother is diagnosed with cancer, she puts hard-laid plans for medical school on hold and she must then make a choice: to follow her destiny or succumb to illness…