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    • Le livre SANTÉ des bols chinois ZHOU DAO – 188 recettes santé By: Bruno Soustre Wen Xiaowen 24,90

      Considered in Chinese antiquity as therapeutic preparations reserved for the members of the imperial family for longevity, they then evolved over the centuries to be distributed throughout China, becoming a sort of popular panacea.

      Born from the marriage between dietetics and traditional Chinese pharmacopoeia, the “Zhou” of today have evolved to more gastronomic than therapeutic forms. Still served in China nowadays in “specialized” restaurants, they retain all their attractiveness in terms of prevention.

      Unprecedent, this book rich in history and advice rehabilitates 188 original and delicious recipes to prevent and maintain good health. All based on cereals and legumes, they rebalance energetically the liver, the heart, spleen, stomach, lung and kidney, for more vitality, for weight regulation, and for any other need. As examples, there is the recipe for the Six Spirit Bowl, which is indicated for toning the Spleen and Stomach of people whose digestive system is weakened. But also, the recipe of carrot bowl and lamb meat for people with a deficiency of Kidney Yang or a deficiency of Qi and blood, with signs such as asthenia, fear of cold, weakness lumbar area and knees, abdominal pain.

      To find your way, you will find at the end of the book a therapeutic index, an alphabetical classification of 60 Chinese plants, 90 common ingredients with their properties and therapeutic indications, as well as practical addresses to get them…

    • Naturo-végane – l’équilibre alimentaire et la bonne santé végane 16,00

      Linking veganism and naturopathy don’t only help you respect animals life, but it helps you to prevent and cure disease ethically.

    • Perdre votre ventre grâce au régime sans gluten By: Doctor Yves-Victor Kamami 18,00

      True story and testimony of an overweight doctor, this book explains the reasons and the benefits of the glutenfree diet to lose weight.

    • Les protéines végétales dans tous leurs états 18,00

      Plant protein are more than ever a part of our daily meals! Because yes, their comeback in our diet upset the clichés and no, meatless diet is not a deficiency diet.

    • Santé et performances sportives – Diététique de l’effort et Micronutrition – Questions de pratiquants 16,00

      Practicing a sport is healthy for everybody, it enables you to take care of your silhouette and body in general. So many sportsmen ignored dangers of an unfitted diet with the needs of their bodies.

    • APÉRITIFS et digestifs naturels à faire sm – 180 recettes santé – NLLE COLLECTION 19,00

      A long seller newly presented with this new edition: 180 cheap and easy recipes to be made with more than 80 fruits and 20 healing plants of the garden (or the market). If too much alcohol is dangerous for health, and to consume with moderation, nothing is better than : – The cream of raspberry, astringent and against the inflammation of airways, – The liqueur of cherry which help you to eliminate, and digest meats, – The ratafia of violet is a wellknown remedy against constipation, – The syrup of hawthorn is excellent against insomnia.

    • FROMAGE FRAIS FERMIER, Petit-lait & le babeurre – 90 recettes et leurs bienfaits – PROBIOTIQUES NATURELS 19,00

      Made from ewe’s milk, goat or cow, cottage cheese, whey and buttermilk (all forgotten probiotics) are famous for their benefits on health. Unlike cottage cheese, whose production develops gradually all around the world, whey and buttermilk are still unknown in some Europe’s countries. Cottage cheese belongs to the best foodstuffs category for the human body. Full of calcium and phosphor, it owns curative qualities and participates to growth of children. Whey is plenty of minerals and vitamins. Excellent for diet, this drink strengthens immunity, eliminates toxin and helps to overcome long-term fatigue. Buttermilk, essential to fight overweight problems, is full of proteins and vitamins, and owns dietary and biological values. 90 original recipes complete this book with tons of information on curative properties. Beauty care is also described at the end of the book : benefits of probiotics has been widely proved by the healthcare professionals.


      In industrialized countries, knowing how to feed is essential. Checking the origin of food before buying it is fundamental to stay in good health. What are the basic food (water, salt, sugar, oil, milk, fats, bread) how choosing the best quality ? What is industrial food (sodas, ‘energizing’ drinks, daily products, biscuits, candy, etc made of ? How to distinguish right from wrong ? How works the food-processing industry (animal breeding, hormones, fertilizers, pesticides, GMO (Genetically Modified Organism), fluorine) ? This book is for all readers. It doesn’t intended to influence our buying trend toward such type of food but rather to awake and guide the reader in his discernment of good senses. It also contains a small practical guide on food and lifestyle with basic advices, traps to be avoided and benefits of Mediterranean diet.

    • La diététique ayurvédique By: Indrajit Garaï 19,00

      Translation coming soon


      This book presents the major principles of traditional Chinese medicine. It details laws of Chinese energetics applied to bodies : notion of energy, laws of Yin/yang and Five Elements, causes of diseases. How this energy medicine restore harmony to the body, mind and spirit by balancing the Yin and the Yang and by regulating the Qi – the vital energy. Chinese doctors believe that it is possible to improve the Qi, enhance the body’s immunity and increase energy levels and longevity. 50 easy traditional Chinese recipes of cooking and a detailed study of more than current 180 food are described with their therapeutic indications. A third part will concern more particularly therapeutic aspect of dietetics. Christophe LABIGNE is a practitioner of Chinese Traditional Medicine since 1986. He is the director of ARTEC’s department of energetics (for vocational and continuous training).

    • Les sucres et édulcorants – douceurs amères 18,00

      False needs or real dangers, sugars are essential to our body and more particularly to our brain and our muscles which are the first to use them to work normally. What are good and bad sugars, do we need sweeteners as substitutes ? which ones ? Can honey replace sugar ? This complete book indicates all we have to know about sugars (and sweet foods) and sweeteners : What quantity and quality are hidden in our daily foods ? What do they become in our body, which are their benefits and damaging effects ? What sugars should we ingest according to our profile ? (If we are sporty, pregnant, old or student, etc.) ? What is a glycemic index ? This book describes also all main sugars sold in supermarkets (refined, cane, molasses, beet, barley, palm tree, rice, etc.) as well as their properties. At the end, the author indicates fifteen kinds of honey and their therapeutic benefits. Pioneer in the agrobiology field and promoter of non conventional Medicine, Doctor JEAN-CLAUDE RODET is also a nutritherapist since forty years. He speaks in an agricultural efficiency’s favour without chemicals, as well as in a new medicine of nutrition’d favour called nutritherapy.

    • SECRETS DU REGIME CRETOIS – NE By: Doctor Jean-Pierre Willem 17,00

      Cretan diet may be a good diet if you aspire to live longer. It is based on some rules such as low meat proteins income, high fruits and cereals income, and a reasonnable daily income for exemple.

    • Les clés de votre bien-être par l’alimentation 18,00

      Thanks to 2 basic rules association – dissociation and pH -, you can become your own dietician for your own wellbeing. This initiation book easy to read and practical (quiz, questions and answers, tests) answers to the following questions: – How to find a good advice among the multitude of recommendations available in nutrition books ? – How to integrate these ones in the daily life? – How to choose right food for daily menus ? With a summarized theory, the reader can experiment the benefits of good food. Some rules to not forget : – To like what you eat, select food that brings you the right elements, respect good associations and alkaline diet – To choose food full of vitamins, antioxydants and banish junk food, – To keep healthy with regular diets and physical exercises for a good oxygenation, – What are the recommended techniques and recipies for cooking And also a word on vegetarian diet, products and addresses .

    • La cuisine indienne facile 19,25

      Handy compact guide for beginners, curious and others. We are shown step by step how to try your first recipies with one spice or more, how to create 6 easy diners with friends and many others tips to start indian cuisine easily. 60 easy recipies are developed.

    • Ne me parlez plus de régimes ! 14,20

      To lose weight and stay slim for a long-term period is a choice for many people today. Diet programs try to persuade that they are the best and fit anybody. Unfortunately, it is not true because we have our own way of eating and living. Right now, there is no miracle recipes to slim. If ristricting one’s self is effective for a short-term period, it is particularly dangerous for health in a long-term period. That’s why, we should : · Accept and decide to lose weight gradually, · eat food that have a functional role and not only a special number of calories · be careful to body dysfunctions . become an actor of our food supply, practice a physical activity that guarantees a decrease of our metabolism. This book is a full of common sense. For the author, “diet” means frustration and nutritional imbalance : it has a yoyo effect on the body. Stéphane Delage, is 4. He is a dietitian since 2007. Operated for a renal cancer in 1996, he was obliged to a food supply contening reduced proteins.

    • Guide pratique des aliments qui entretiennent votre santé, nlle édition 18,25

      This book is a small true encyclopedia. You will find a list of all daily foods from A to Z and their own medicinal property. An illnesses index and their own immunity-boosting foods. A nutritious index of all food complements that have a beneficial effect on our health. Doctor Senninger is a high-profile nutritionist.

    • Manger rouge pour rester vert 18,25

      This practical book is dedicated to the best red antioxidant food. At the end of the work, 50 simple, light and delicious anti-ageing red recipes, from appetizers to desserts, without forgetting sauces. Doctor Houdret pratices medecine since 1967. He is also the author of ” the best of diets ” with Karl Lagerfeld ( Laffont) translated in several langages.

    • Bien nourrir son cerveau By: Doctor Luc Bodin 18,00

      Although representing barely 2% of our body weight, the brain has priority access to our food intake for its requirements to stay healthy and in tip-top shape for optimum performance. In spite of numerous discoveries resulting from today’s leading-edge technology, such as MIRs and CAT-scans, the brain, without question is the most ‘noble’ organ in our body, and its functions remains the least understood. In order for the brain to actively function day and night, controlling vital functions even while we sleep, avoid getting overwhelmed by chaos (not finding a word, forgetfulness, headache, fatigue, etc.), reduce the risk of common illnesses (Alzheimers, Parkinsons, depression, etc..), certain nutrients are vital. So as to optimize its efficiency and especially prevent its deterioration resulting from aging, stress, pollution and other causes, the brain needs to find these nutrients in our daily food intake. Neither therapy nor medicine will ever take the place of the nutrients provided by the food we eat. A lack of one vitamin or mineral will have consequences on brain functions and on our memory that can bring about catastrophic results. Everything you need to know about the brain, you will find in this book: How it works: The medical exams that allow us to determine if it is in good health, and what its nutrition requirements are to make certain it continues to work well. Which nutrients and why. The nutrients vital to its activity (amino acids, vitamins, trace elements, sugars, fats, minerals), the foods where these are found, and in abundance, your recommended diet if you are a student, or lead a fast-paced lifestyle, or are an expecting mother, or maybe are over 50. Also some thirty recipes, easy to prepare, and each tailored to your specific profile and activity level. After receiving his doctorate in medicine in the 80s, Dr Luc Bodin obtained a university degree in clinical cancer research at Villejuif in 2004. For 25 years he has been a general practitioner, leaning toward alternative medicine. He now resides in the Narbonne region of France, and dedicates his time to continuing research and to writing. Dr Bodin is the author of several books on health by the same publisher.