Book of Macrobiotics: The Universal Way of Health, Happiness & Peace Paperback – 1 Dec 2012
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About the Author
Michio Kushi came to the United States shortly after World War II upon completing studies at Tokyo University. Since then, he has lectured on macrobiotics; the meeting of East and West; traditional Oriental medicine, philosophy, and culture; and the realization of world peace and planetary harmony. Mr. Kushi is the founder and president of the East West Foundation, Kushi Institute, Kushi Foundation, and Macrobiotics International. He is the bestselling author of numerous books, including Your Body Never Lies, The Cancer Prevention Diet, and The Macrobiotic Way. As the leading voice in macrobiotics, Mr. Kushi continues to speak throughout the world on this topic. He currently resides in Brookline, Massachusetts.
Alex Jack has written several books with Michio Kushi, including The Cancer Prevention Diet, Diet for a Strong Heart, Amber Waves of Grain, and One Peaceful World. A former editor-in-chief of East West Journal, he travels and teaches in the United States and abroad
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I think a huge error of perception many people still make is to lump complex carbohydrates, such as rice, millet, quinoa, oats, barley, and so on, with truly toxic simple carbohydrates such as white sugar and the really harmful more modern high fructose corn syrup. Sugar takes a factory to make, is toxic, and not a real food; more like a tasty drug; HFCS apparently is even worse for the liver than sugar. I avoid them both, for the most part.