Just because you’ve decided to start eating healthy does not mean you need to give up great-tasting food.
George Griffith, who firmly believes that good eating, exercise, and a bit of music are the keys to healthy living, reveals a diet that is a prelude to good health.
He begins by examining the benefits of gooseberries, which grow wild in the temperate climates of the northern and southern hemispheres. They have few calories, lots of vitamins, and important minerals—and they are so delicious that presidents John Adams, Abraham Lincoln, and James Buchanan included them in their list of favorite dishes.
You’ll also learn about other superfruits, including aronia berries, which have a high level of flavonoids and provide relief from allergies. They also have few calories and make delicious tart deserts.
If you live in the northern United States or in Canada, you may already know about these berries, but you may not appreciate their full value. Discover how these berries that have been staple fruits for centuries can be your very own prelude to good health.