The Food Bible (Hardback)
The Ultimate Reference Book for Food and Your Health
This latest edition of the bestselling "Food Bible" contains the most up-to-date research and information from the world's top authorities on every aspect of food and diet, making it an indispensable reference book. "The Food Bible" explains the facts about GM and organic food, the latest research on food allergies, as well as containing expert advice on what to eat at every stage of your life, and guides you through the minefield of sometimes contradictory dietary advice with clear nutritional information.
Beginning with an explanation of the basic elements that make up food - proteins, fats, carbohydrates, fibre, vitamins and minerals, the book explains how to combine them for balanced healthy eating. It then takes an in-depth look at over 80 common ailments including arthritis and heart disease, and discusses which foods to avoid and which can help to alleviate or eliminate the problem. There is a detailed examination of the controversial area of diets and weight control, providing a wealth of useful information on how to put your health first at all times.
There is a collection of wonderfully, tasty, healthy and nutritious recipes for all occasions and a final chapter containing invaluable, detailed analysis of over 300 everyday foods.
A hardback book showing a wonderful variety of fresh fruit and vegetables on the cover.For the Love of Books
This book is full of mouth watering recipes, money saving tips, and how to maintain a balanced diet.
It also lists which foods are high in salt and fat content, healing herbs and spices, food as medicine, what each vitamin is good for and which your body can absorb easily, and how to manage weight control.
Proof indeed that you don’t need faddy diets for health. Just eat good food sensibly.
An extremely informative read and a book that I shall refer to for many years to come.
3 page article 'Must-have guide to MODERN EATING' as featured byHerefordshire Living, April 2019
This amazing book is something of an eye opener about food. I learnt more from this book than from all the BBC2 documentaries that have been on during the past decade. Clear, colourful images, charts and tables tell you everything you need to know about the food you’ve been eating and what it is doing to you. Essential reading for just about everyone.Books Monthly
The Food Bible by Judith Wills, is one that should be out permanently in your kitchen... I have learned so much from this book. Having it out on my kitchen counter has stopped me when I am thinking of hitting the biscuit tin!Country Wives
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As featured byYours, 12th March 2019
Author article 'Diet blog: the big breakfast debate'Saga magazine
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As featured on the 'Book Shelf'Your Healthy Living, February 2019
My top six most interesting and important cook booksPrue Leith, prue-leith.com
Then there is The Food Bible, by Judith Wills. The subtitle, I think “the ultimate reference book for food and your health” makes it sound more stodgy than it is. It is in fact a no-nonsense compendium of what is healthy, what makes a balanced diet, food as medicine (including the right diet for diabetics, cancer sufferers, etc. food for weight control, food for different stages of life, food for health and pleasure. She discusses, sensibly and dispassionately, the advantages and difficulties of vegan eating, the truth about processed foods, organics, supplements, diet fads. It really is a go-to book if you want an informed answer about any ingredient or any diet. It’s all there.
Filled to the brim with useful health tips and even a section discussing the controversial area of diets and weight control, providing a wealth of useful information on how to put your health first at all times. Such an interesting read and something anyone would find useful to have!The Lifestyle Blogger UK
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Author article 'No dieting – it's January!' as featured bySaga magazine, January 2019
Judith Wills features in the 'The Truth About...' seriesCandis, January 2019
Author Q&A as featured byHerefordshire Living, June 2018