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Kitchen Doctor: Food Combining For Weight Loss & Health
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9781842159187
Pages
96
Dimensions
228 x 297 x 0mm
Released
Availability
Out of Print
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Over 70 Delicious Recipes Based on the Simple and Healthy Hay Diet.

Our well-being is largely determined by what we eat, and by separating carbohydrates and proteins in your meals you can maintain your ideal body weight.

The recipes in this book follow the healthy Hay System of eating and are fresh, healthy, simple and relatively quick to prepare and cook, from Thai Fish Soup to Seared Scallops with Lemon and Thyme there are plenty of delicious dishes to choose from.

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