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Food Combining for Vegetarians: Eat for Health on the Hay Diet Paperback – 5 May 1998

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Product details

  • Paperback: 272 pages
  • Publisher: Thorsons; New edition edition (5 May 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0722527632
  • ISBN-13: 978-0722527634
  • Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 1.8 x 17.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 231,687 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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From the Back Cover

THE HEALTH SUCCESS OF THE CENTURY

Since 'Food Combining for Health' launched a dieting revolution, Dr Hay’s diet has improved the health and eating habits of millions. Now the Hay system has been adapted especially for vegetarians.

• Which foods to eat and which to avoid
• Original menus, recipes and serving suggestions

Food Combining is a wonderful way of eating for health which can be adapted for life. Simply by separating starch from protein and increasing the quantity of alkaline foods in your daily diet you can work with your body to:
• Lose weight without worry
• Increase your health and vitality

Jackie Le Tissier has been vegetarian food combining for years. Her inspiring recipes will show you how to put the Hay Diet into practice.

“The recipes are truly creative.”
JEAN JOICE

“A book that all food combiners will enjoy, not just vegetarians.”
DORIS GRANT

Authors of the international best-seller 'Food Combining For Health'

About the Author

Jackie Le Tissier was in a wheelchair in her early thirties from rheumatoid arthritis before Food Combining provided a total cure. She is a talented cookery writer and co-author of Food Combining for Health Cookbook.


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As a vegetarian, this is quite simply the best book on the Hay Way I've ever come across. It's jam packed full of brilliant,modern recipes for breakfasts,brunches,snacks,light lunches,main meals,side dishes, pizza toppings, sauces, dressings and chutneys, desserts,treats, biscuits, cookies,hot x buns,flans,mayonnaise,custard,cheesecake,bread, crackers,pastry.....as well as extremely helpful advice on how to correctly food combine. Also briliant advice on not to worry overly much about exercising, - this desire will come naturally as our body heals. So inspiring. My husbnd is a confirmed meat eater but even he loves these recipes and says he hasn't really missed meat in his diet so far! Would highly recommend this book to everyone.
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I've had this book for years and it's one of my "go to" recipe books, especially for when I have non-vegetarian people over. The recipes have great flavour and always impress - as well as helping to banish the preconception some people have that vegetarian food is flavourless. You never feel either protein or starch (or meat or fish) is missing from the meal, and it's so easy to do.
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Jayne Torvill follows this regime. And just look at her! If its good enough for her, it should surely help the rest of us. Book in good condition,easy to comprehend, and encouraging.
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My husband has recently decided to embark on a new eating regime - which before this book clarified things was annoying and defeating. Since reading the protein/starch chapter I have been able to manage to fit his eating in with the rest of the family. I have yet to fully grasp the Acid and Alkali chapter; but for people new to vegan or vegetarianism the recipes at the back are clear and easy. The only shortfall with the book is the the lack of specific data regarding calorie consumption - which has been an issue in this household because non - combining, non-dairy is great if you want to loose weight but not if you are trying to eat 2000+ calories a day. More substansive advice on this would have been greatly appreciated.
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I was looking forward to some help with my food combining diet. The book isn't very well organised and some of the information about the Hay Diet conflicts with the other book I bought and the information I got online. There are some good ideas though.
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Has some very interesting ideas on food combining for people who don't want to lose weight and how to incorporate into a family. The restricted layout of a paperback doesn't help to clarify the explanation of Dr Hay's theory. Useful lists of foods
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The book arrived in good time and was correctly packaged and as per stated the contents were as expected, mind you the seller didn't write the book so cant really give feedback for that. Overall I am pleased. Nb, it annoys me when people give feedback it is not a review of the book, and anyway the book is for planning your diet so you have to read it properly and adjust its content to suit yourself, it should be read as a study manual.
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I bought this for my daughter as she is vegetarian
and there aren't many books on Food Combining
for vegetarians!
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