Macrobiotics #5: Food Research can be fun!

As promised, here are some references for further reading about a macrobiotic lifestyle. Have fun with it!

THE HIP CHICK’S GUIDE TO MACROBIOTICS: A Philosophy for Achieving a Radiant Mind and Fabulous Body, by Jessica Porter. ISBN 1-58333-205-7

COOKING FOODS THE WHOLE FOODS WAY, By Christina Pirello. ISBN 1-55788-262-2

NATURAL HEALING FROM HEAD TO TOE: Traditional Macrobiotic Remedies, By Cornellia Aihara & Herman Aihara. ISBN 0-89529-496-6


MACROBIOTIC KITCHEN, By Cornellia Aihara. ISBN 0-87040-514-4

BASIC MACROBIOTIC COOKING, By Julia Ferré. ISBN 0-918860-47-4

Jessica and Christine make it all fun. The Aiharas and Micho Kushi take you back to the roots of the macrobiotic movement, and Julia Ferre gives you solid basic recipe info so you can add your own flourishes and still get both the health and good flavor of your food.

Online you will learn a great deal and enjoy the learning at Macrobiotics America. David and Cynthia Briscoe have lived and taught the macrobiotic lifestyle for many years. David is the nutritionist I went to see when I realized I had to make a right turn with my health. Their web site will give you a good place to start with macrobiotics.

You might also drop by Denny Waxman’s site. He is an Internationally known speaker and teacher of macrobiotics, and he has a lot of knowledge to share. I haven’t read his book yet, but I’ll get around to it.

Now you know almost as much as I do. Let’s give it a few months and then compare notes. Whether you just enjoyed learning a bit about very special food appreciation, or you’ve found important information for yourself or a loved one, thank you for your interest.


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