ManFood is an authoritative and accessible guide on the best nutrition for men who want to take control of their health, slow ageing, manage weight and fight disease.
ManFood is the definitive guide, tailored for men, on how to enhance their health easily and practically through their nutritional choices.
If there was a way to eat that meant you could slow ageing, lose weight AND prevent illness, wouldn't you do it?
Genetics and family history combine with our lifestyles and contribute to overall health, and the results show that men have significantly increased chances of experiencing various diseases. There are of course multiple factors that contribute to the development of disease, but we do know that nutrition is a powerful ally in reducing the risk. Now is your chance to make simple changes to your diet to ensure a longer, healthier, happier life.
Drawing on the latest clinical research, award-winning nutritionist Ian Marber provides simple food swaps, myth-busting facts, and scientific evidence on how consuming certain foods can reduce your risk of prostate cancer, heart disease, diabetes, dementia and more.
ManFood makes eating well easy, so you can boost your health and feel energised.
About the Author
Ian is a regular contributor to the Mail on Sunday health pages, having published 11 bestselling books on the subject of nutrition. Founder of The Food Doctor nutritional consultancy in London and range of healthy food, he has his own series on The Discovery Health channel, weekly appearances on Channel 4's Richard & Judy and is a regular guest on BBC Breakfast and factual programmes.
The book every middle-aged man who wants to look after their health should read - Max Pemberton, medical doctor, journalist and author
Finally a book that tackles what men should be eating. Ian has taken all that we know to be sensible and valuable about our nutrition and tailor-made it for men and their specific health problems. Men of all ages will find this book incredibly beneficial - Dr Ellie Cannon, NHS doctor and resident GP for the Mail on Sunday
Number Of Pages: 176
Available: 9th April 2019
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.3
Weight (kg): 0.3
Edition Number: 1