Busy Family with No Time to Cook? Look No Further

by Audrey Chen

Healthy Cooking in a PinchLocal health coach, fitness trainer and busy mother, Sheila Royce Garcia, has written a cookbook created for the busy family, called Healthy Cooking in a Pinch: the Family Cookbook on How to Create Delicious Meals on Busy Days. Not having time to cook doesn’t have to mean empty calories, as she presents nutrient-rich foods, many with time-saving tips.
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The Bookcase: We’re Even Hungrier for Health

by Ellensue Spicer-Jacobson

Hungrier for Health photoIn Hungrier for Health, Susan Silberstein, Ph.D., expands on the four fundamental principles of healthy eating found in her first book: Eat primitive, eat colorful, eat alkaline and eat organic. She then gives readers four additional eating principles to consider: Eat natural, eat vegan, eat more raw foods and eat native.

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Hungry? Get Hungry for Health

by Ellensue Spicer-Jacobson

Susan Silberstein, PhD, founder and director of the Center for the Advancement in Cancer Education, has created a book packed with 157 no-guilt, easy-to-make recipes that she and her staff have put together—titled Hungry for Health. Many are recipes adapted or borrowed from researchers, clinicians and recovered patients that the author has re-created to address a variety of needs that pertain to her four principles of healthful eating without sacrificing good taste.

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The Local Bookcase: Cancer Healing Odyssey

A Quest to Heal Cancer

by Ellen Sue Spicer-Jacobson

cancer healing odyssey coverIn Cancer Healing Odyssey, author Sarto Schickel chronicles his wife Sun Hee’s cancer journey from stage IV ovarian cancer to living cancer free. A story of healing, devotion and support, Schickel and Sun Hee’s commitment to do whatever it took to heal is an important and profound part of this journey back to health.

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