Five Minutes to Health - A Book Review
Marilyn Joyce is one very special registered dietician who
disagrees with the American Dietetic Association's
"Everything in Moderation" mantra. Ms. Joyce recognizes that
some foods just do not do the body any good, and right atop
that list of harmful substances is cow's milk.
Page 16 of her book, "5 Minutes to Health," gives a thumbs
down to butter, cream cheese, ice cream, and whole milk
Her book is more than just a list of no-nos.
Marilyn discovered that "getting back to basics" was her way
to regaining health. "5 Minutes to Health" explores the
various issues involved in simplifying a major consideration
that impacts our daily lives: the foods we eat. What we
buy, how we buy it, where we buy it, how we store it, how we
prepare it, and how we feel about it are all very important
aspects of the food we eat and how it affects our health.
TIME IS ESSENTIAL
To Marilyn, time is of the essence. Her formula for healthy
eating is simple, quick, easy, and fun. And it makes sense.
A RECIPE FROM HER BOOK
We tried her Teriyaki Marinade on large portabello mushrooms
which we later barbecued, then served on hamburger rolls.
You deserve a break today! Try this non-meat substitute and
you'll come back for seconds and thirds.
1 tbl. minced fresh ginger Juice of 1 large fresh lemon
3 minced garlic cloves 1 tbl. of sesame oil
1 tbl. of pure maple syrup 1/4 tsp. of hot pepper sauce
3 finely chopped scallions 1/4 cup of white wine or saki
1/2 cup of Bragg's Liquid Aminos 1/4 cup of water
Combine all ingredients and marinate mushrooms for two
TO GET MARILYN JOYCE'S BOOK
"5 Minutes to Health," a quick and easy approach to weight
loss and the prevention or reduction of the debilitating
effects of cancer, AIDS, heart disease, and other
degenerative illnesses, can be found at Barnes and Noble
bookstores or by calling (800) 352-3443.