Did you know that you can treat common health concerns, look younger and live longer — using food? Joy Bauer’s Food Cures explains exactly what to eat to lower high cholesterol and blood pressure, improve skin tone, sharpen memory, sleep better, and take charge of PMS, arthritis, and more.
This is a great book for learning more about overall eating healthy. It isn’t a gluten-free diet specific book so it is important to keep that in mind. It is however, full of lots of great information and can be universally helpful.
From her website, http://www.joybauer.com/food-cures.aspx here is a little more about Joy.
Joy Bauer MS, RD, is America’s favorite and most trusted nutrition expert. Her mission is to improve the health of our nation; she believes it’s never too late or too early to reap the benefits of healthy living.
The author of multiple New York Time bestsellers, Joy’s most recent cookbook is titled Slim & Scrumptious. Packed with more than 75 easy–to–make family–friendly recipes, the book helps adults and kids eat healthier from morning ‘til night. Plus, Joy offers tips, tools, and techniques that save you time and money in the kitchen, so you can put together quick, affordable meals without compromising on taste or nutrition.
Joy’s other New York Times bestseller titles include Your Inner Skinny and Joy Bauer’s Food Cures. (A revised and updated version of Food Cures will be available in August 2011.) In addition to authoring several books, Joy is the nutrition expert and contributing editor to PARADE and PARADE HealthyStyle magazines, as well as a contributing editor and monthly columnist to Woman’s Day magazine. As Yahoo’s nutrition expert, Joy provides the latest nutrition, health, food and diet–related information to millions of their online subscribers.
In addition, Joy is the nutritionist for the New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theatre, as well as an associate faculty member at Columbia University. Joy also founded and ran of one of the largest, most advanced nutrition centers in the country for close to two decades.
Joy received her Bachelor degree in Kinesiological Sciences from the University of Maryland and a master of science in nutrition from New York University. At the beginning of her career, Joy completed a five–year post as Director of Nutrition and Fitness for the “Heart-Smart Kids Program” — a program that she developed for the Mount Sinai Medical Center’s Department of Pediatric Cardiology in New York City. Joy also served as nutrition consultant for the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, where she designed and supervised their ongoing research in eating disorders and weight management. Furthermore, Joy served as the clinical nutritionist with the neurosurgical team at Mount Sinai Medical Center and taught anatomy & physiology and sports nutrition at New York University’s School of Continuing Education. She was also the exclusive nutritionist for New York University’s faculty, students, and athletes.
Joy lives in New York with her husband, Ian, her daughters Jesse and Ayden Jane, and her son Cole.
Joys Professional Affiliations:
American Dietetic Association: Registered Dietitian
Associate — Columbia University
New York State Certified Dietitian–Nutritionist
American Dietetic Association: Sports & Cardiovascular Nutritionist Group
American Dietetic Association: Pediatric Practice Group
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