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Healthy Eating Bible - The Word According to Gillian McKeith

Friday, May 30, 2008 General News J E 4
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LONDON, May 29 Healthy eating is being embraced by anincreasing number of people who are turning away from a diet of high fat junkfood. With this change of dietary direction being one of the most importantdecisions anyone will ever make, a new bestselling book from nutritionistGillian McKeith has hit the spot with a host of healthy eating converts.

While a ban on junk food advertising during children's TV programmesfailed its way through parliament recently, an ever-increasing number ofpeople are getting the message that healthy eating and exercise are vital ifyou want to stay fit and well.

And Gillian McKeith, with more than 15 years' experience in the field ofnutrition, has helped thousands of people embrace a healthier lifestyle. Hertough-talking approach and holistic health message have made the televisionprogrammes You Are What You Eat, Gillian Moves In and Supersize vsSuperSkinny immensely popular around the world.

Gillian's latest book, Gillian McKeith's Food Bible - The Complete A - ZGuide To A Healthy Life is a compendium of her theories and overall approach,and features information about the many common illnesses which are linked todiet.

Recently published by Penguin, this comprehensive key to healthy livingfrom a highly-respected nutritionist has, unsurprisingly, taken the nation bystorm, topping the bestseller charts at its release. Equally popular areGillian's website and online resources, which provide further usefulinformation for people determined to make a long-term difference to theirlives.

Nowadays, many schools are refusing to serve chips and other junk food atmeal times, and hospitals in Wales have banned vending machines sellingchocolate, crisps and sugary drinks. However, what people eat at home is themost important factor in creating a healthy lifestyle.

As revealed in Gillian McKeith's Food Bible(http://www.gillianmckeith.info/gillianmckeithbooks/books-foodbible.php),diet is linked to numerous conditions, from potentially fatal heart diseaseto the common cold. The hefty volume tells readers in no uncertain termsexactly what they need to do to clear the junk from their cupboards.

World-renowned nutritionist Gillian McKeith doesn't hesitate when askedwhat people need to cut out of their diet. She says: "White sugar! You'd havemore energy, be less moody and have better skin. People think they can't cutit out, but it's easier than you think."

Refined sugar can upset the body's energy levels, so people experienceunnatural highs and lows throughout the day. Fresh fruits and vegetables aremore likely to keep energy levels stable, so there is no "crash" after thesugar rush.

As healthy organic food becomes increasingly popular, sports clubs andgyms across the country are seeing a huge increase in membership.

However, there are still people who believe unhealthy food is simplytastier, despite the fact that the exact opposite is true.

Gillian McKeith explains: "My mung bean curry is like heaven. It's hot,but won't burn your heads off and it contains loads of spices that arebeneficial for digestion. Healthy food can taste fantastic - it's all aboutknowing how to prepare it."

As a first crucial step to improving your eating habits and generallifestyle, you can take advantage of a unique personal health profile(http://www.mckeithinteractive.com/) from Gillian McKeith. In just 30minutes, this potentially life-saving profile will tell you what you need todo to improve your health and to combat many common conditions, based oninformation which you supply.

About Gillian McKeith

Gillian McKeith is a world-renowned clinical nutritionist who has helpedthousands of people become healthier and happier - through the McKeithClinic, her best-selling books and her highly-popular television programmes.Hailed by the Soil Association for promoting o
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