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1. Introduction 2. The Asian Diet 3. Grains 4. Vegetables 5. Fruits 6. Meats 7. Beans, Legumes, Nuts, and Meat Substitutes 8. Dairy 9. Supplements 10. Lifestyle and Attitudes 11. Properties and Actions of Common Foods 12. Recipes 13. References/Suggested Reading
Jason Bussell has a Master of Science Degree in Oriental Medicine; he is nationally board certified in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, the President of the Illinois Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and is on the Advisory board for curriculum development of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Bussell has published articles in professional journals.
The main thrust of the information in the book is all about balance, moderation and variety. Bussell uses plenty of analogies and illustrations to explain the dozen or so main points to a healthy diet - cooked food is better than raw, vegetables are better than fruit, simple is better than processed, dairy isn't so good, and so on. - Neil Kingham, Positive Health