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100 Best Foods to Stay Young - Everyday Foods to Combat the Ageing Process From Inside and Out - cover

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100 Best Foods to Stay Young - Everyday Foods to Combat the Ageing Process From Inside and Out

Love Food Editors

Publisher: Love Food

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There are lots of delicious foods to help you look and feel fantastic throughout life. This book will give you all the information you need about foods to help fight the visible signs of ageing and make you feel young from within. 

Featuring a page-by-page breakdown of 100 foods that fight inflammation, toxins, and other anti-ageing effects, this handy guide includes delicious recipes and photos for each food. From avocados to molasses, discover 100 great foods and recipes that will help keep you young beyond your years.

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