2005 edition published by Barnes & Noble Publishing Co., original edition published by John Wiley, 2000.
As the back cover copy says: “30 Secrets is a delicious departure from the nutrition-through-sacrifice school of cooking. It invites us to take a look at how people around the globe are living long, healthy lives while eating very tasty food.” The focus is on six cuisines: those of China, France, Japan, the Mediterranean region, West Africa, and Scandinavia. With basic nutrition information about and for the six cuisines, a variety of dieting plan suggestions, and 86 tasty recipes from around the world, 30 Secrets is a sourcebook of strategies for happy, healthy eating on the one hand, and the prevention of major diet-related diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis on the other. As of 2014, I was still getting occasional calls about this book from nutrition journalists.
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