Healing Superfoods for Anti-Aging
Stay Younger, Live Longer
By Karen Ansel (Author)
We know that eating well can make us slimmer and healthier—but it profoundly affects our health and longevity, too!. This life-changing book, written by top nutritionist Karen Ansel RD, is an anti-aging plan made easy. Fast moving and filled with fun nuggets of easy-to-follow advice, Healing Superfoods for Anti-Aging is divided into two sections: the first hones in on nourishing our bodies from the inside to prevent chronic disease and maximize health, while the second focuses on ways to reverse the physical signs of aging. It serves up 101 superfoods like edamame, chia, pecans, and salmon that are guaranteed to help you live longer and stronger. Ninety-six recipes contain the most potent foods proven to help you look younger, increase energy and mental focus, and lower the risk of ailments such as heart disease, strokes, cancer, and diabetes. Weekly meal plans even include special menus for anyone on gluten-free, low-carb, or vegetarian diets. Enjoy good-for-you and good-tasting dishes, including Greek-Style Tilapia, Cous-Cous with Chick Peas, a Mexican Burrito Bowl, and even snacks like Chocolate Chili Popcorn.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Karen Ansel, MS, RDN, CDN is a national nutrition expert, journalist, and author who regularly contributes to leading women’s, health, and cooking magazines. Her work has been featured in Woman’s Day, Cooking Light, EatingWell, Fitness, Shape, Oprah, Dr. Oz – The Good Life, Weight Watchers, Family Circle, All You, Prevention, SELF, Yoga Journal, Parade and Women’s Health. She is also the coauthor of the Amazon bestseller and 2011 IACP finalist The Baby & Toddler Cookbook: Fresh, Homemade Foods for a Healthy Start (Simon & Schuster). She is also a contributing editor for Woman’s Day magazine a nutritional consultant to corporations, and an advisor for the United States Healthful Food Council. Karen is a past spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and was previously an adjunct instructor of nutrition in the department of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health at New York University. She lives in Long Island, NY with her husband and two teenage daughters.