The Color Code by James Joseph
A Revolutionary Eating Plan For Optimum Health

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Color cures. That's the simple premise behind this revolutionary book. While we all know that healthy eating is the key to a long life, few people understand why the natural pigments that make fruits and vegetables so colourful can help protect your body, too.

Combining their expertise in aging and nutrition, a leading scientist and an outstanding physician show readers how to prevent the most common age-related illnesses through a simple multicolored eating plan. For generations, parents have been telling their children to eat their fruits and vegetables. This book finally tells us why. Most health and nutrition books present only one view--science, medicine, or nutrition. But The Color Code integrates all three to give readers a comprehensive understanding of the amazing health potential of pigmented foods.

About James Joseph

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Joseph is lead scientist and lab chief of the Laboratory of Neuroscience of the USDA Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University. Nadeau is clinical director of the Diabetes Center and Nutrition Support at the Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor and assistant professor at tufts Medical School. Underwood is a reporter for Newsweek, where she has been writing about health and medicine issues for seventeen years.
Published March 6, 2002 by Hyperion. 320 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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The very pigments that make produce so vibrant are often what make it so beneficial, say the authors to this guide to eating by the color wheel;

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