Table of contents for Powerfoods : good food, good health with phytochemicals, nature's own energy boosters ; featuring 140 delicious recipes by executive chefs, Barry Correia and Carl Deluce / Stephanie Beling.


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Acknowledgments .vii 
Preface . x

Part 1 What Are PowerFoods?
 1 PowerFoods: What They Are, Why We Need Them .3
 2 The Power in PowerFoods: The Mounting Evidence
   About Phytochemicals . 13
 3 Putting PowerFoods First: A Way of Eating' for
   the Twenty-first Century .29

Part 2 A PowerFoods Primer
 4 Red,Yellow, and Orange Fruits . 41
 5 Red,Yellow, and Orange Vegetables . 57
 6 Cruciferous and Leafy Green Vegetables .67
 7 Mushrooms .77
 8 Sea'Vegetables .85
 9 Garlic and Company .89
 10 Whole Grains .99
 11 Beans and Other Legumes . 113
 12 So and Soy Products,. 121
 13 Nuts and Seeds . 129

Part3 A PowerFoods Program
 14 A Food Plan, Not a "Diet". 145 
 15 The PowerFoods Weight-Loss Formula . 159 
 16 Rx: PowerFoods Prescriptions for Some
   Common Ailments . 173
 17 You Can Choose Your Actions-The Results
   Are a Gift .181
 18 Keep Moving. 187

Part 4 PowerFoods Recipes
 19 Putting PowerFoods First: A Way of Cooking for the
   Twenty-first Century . 197
 20 Appetizers . 203 
 21 Soups. 209 
 22 Salads. 221 
 23 Vegetable Side Dishes . 241 
 24 Entrees. 273 
 25 Sauces, Dressings, and Accompaniments . 293 
 26 Breads, Muffins, and Pancakes .315 
 27 Desserts . 329 
 
Further Reading . 357 
Index . 359





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Nutrition, Botanical chemistry, Phytochemicals