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The wine diet: a complete nutrition and lifestyle plan

The wine diet: a complete nutrition and lifestyle plan

Corder, Roger

Wine drinkers are generally healthier and live longer - but is this caused by the wine, their diet or their lifestyle? This book outlines the Mediterranean-style recipes which can allow you to lose weight, but still drink wine

Book. English.
Published London: Sphere, 2009
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Statement of responsibility: Roger Corder
ISBN: 0751542016, 9780751542011
Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note: Originally published: 2007.
Physical Description: 336 p. ; 20 cm.
Subject: Wine Therapeutic use.; Reducing diets Recipes.; Wine Health aspects.; Reducing diets.

Author note

Roger Corder is Professor of Experimental Therapeutics in the William Harvey Research Institute, Queen Mary University London. In 2002 he won the Geoffrey Roberts Award, a travel bursary that enabled him to study wine in Sardinia where there are three times as many centenarians as elsewhere in Western Europe. Roger is the author of The Wine Diet, a complete nutritional lifestyle bible with the very latest ground-breaking research from an internationally renowned scientist and his team.

Reviews

This book is about nutrition and lifestyle rather than simple lard loss...Corder's advice is grounded in hard facts and perfectly sensible
Sunday TIMES||This has to be a winner by virtue of its title alone
The BOOKSELLER||Quite possibly the most useful wine book published this year
Decanter||Two of the most interesting health and diet titles on offer are from newcomers to the genre and the most enticing of all is Professor Roger Corder's THE WINE DIET
'A fascinating and absorbing read.Corder's book takes the subject to new levels'