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Last updated 9/1/15
If you suffer from, or are interested in reducing your (or another person's) chances of suffering from osteoporosis, heart disease, dementia, stroke, kidney stones or cancer, or if you are looking to help heal broken bones or you are just looking for an anti-aging diet, this material is for you. The website has the information and recipes you need for creating you own osteoporosis diet, healthy heart diet, anti cancer diet, and prevention of dementia diet.
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE:Diet for combating Alzheimer's Disease
Food and Life. com has received another much appreciated award. The Awesome Library http://www.awesomelibrary.org/alzheimer.html
has selected www.foodandlife.com as:
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This site has just been named Site of the Month by GAIA's Garden Health Magazine, a large 1,400,000+ visitor health site!
If you would like, you can visit the award page in GAIA's Garden Health Magazine at"http://users.ids.net/~gaia11/catscan.html
Just click on enter, and click on award winner. And while you're there, look around GAIA's Garden, it's a great site!
This site also just received the coveted Web Select Award from David Lawrence Dewey. David is a very savvy columnist and writer. His Food for Thought column is read in over 45 countries, and carried in over 125 newspapers in the U.S. David said "Rosemary, you certainly have proven my point that I have mentioned in many columns, you are what you eat, you are as sick as what you eat." We really appreciate David's insight and expertise and proudly display his award.http://www.dldewey.com Visit the internationally renowned author and syndicated columnists David Lawrence Dewey's site for news and columns on important issues. (See the resources sections of this web site for more details on David's site, latest book and charities! It's a great site!)
Frank Severa's Useful URL named this site the pick of the week. We are so proud. You can visit Frank's site at http://home.pacbell.net/fsevera/ He has many other very useful URL to visit there.
The July 1998 issue of Yahoo Internet Life has featured this site on page 97 of it's
The section says "Amidst all the hoopla, some ordinary people are doing extraordinary things on line. We hear over-inflated hype about the Internet every day, most of which hasn't a chance of coming true, and wouldn't be much use even if it did. But that doesn't change the fact that every day people are using the Net to connect in ways that were never possible before. In that spirit, every month we bring you Touched By The Net, a salute those who are using the Web to make a difference, to help others, or just to reach out to their fellow humans." The review is by Lisa Napoli and she writes:
"Promoting a Lifesaving Diet
Battling her husband's heart disease meant a reorganization of Rosemary Fisher's kitchen. She helped him control the threat by changing the family diet. Then she fought a severe medical problem of her own--osteoporosis--with a combination of recipes. The 79-year-old nutritionist from Rochester, New York (left), has written four books about healthy eating, and she donates all the proceeds to charity. Now she's got a Web site, too. "I just want to share what I have learned and experienced with others so they have the same chance I did for increased health and happiness," she says."
Visit Yahoo Internet Life at http:www.yil.comfoodandlife.com is a recommended pick on UnderWire
UnderWire is a biweekly e-zine for women. The magazine includes essays, humor and expert advice on issues such as health, family and relationships. It is a fantastic source of information and humor. You can visit it at http://underwire.msn.com/
Be sure to read Rosemary's latest column on "How Foods Impact our Health" at the Long Term Care web site. Her article is just below the interview with Hillary Clinton. Also read the Martin K. Baynes (Mr. Long Term Care) review of Rosemary's latest book, Research and Recipes on Dementia, Heart Disease, Osteoporosis and Cancer. While you are there, look around the site. It's a fantastic source of information and help, and Martin is a real inspiration! You can visit this site at http://www.mrltc.com
The Incredible Internets Guide to Diets and Nutrition has featured this site in its just published book. You can visit the site at http://www.brbpub.com/special/diet
|Books - These books summarize over 200 medical research studies, and provide over 200 recipes applying those studies. They are yours to discover and use in her four books & 200 low fat recipes.|
|Lectures - Rosemary has presented a number of lectures on her story, research and recipes to groups across the world. For information on her availability contact her at email@example.com She donates 100% all fees to charity, linked to the group she speak too.|
|Links - Some useful links to other web resources on nutrition for preventing osteoporosis, heart disease, cancer and Alzheimer's.|
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|If you would like to review summaries of over 200 medical research studies, on how nutrition can help prevent or reverse Osteoporosis, Heart Disease, Cancer and Dementia, and have over 200 recipes based on those studies call Warren H. Green, Inc., Publisher, at 1-800- 537-0655 or smail or fax the order form. Order Form|
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|All information is provided for educational use only.
Always seek the advice of a professional health care provider.|
The page is constantly updated, so visit often for additional research summaries and recipes.
This website was last revised on September 1, 2015
Be sure to review the sample content and recipes from Rosemary's books by clicking on the book page
If you would like to contact Rosemary, you can e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
THIS PAGE IS A FAMILY EFFORT, AND ROSEMARY WISHES TO OFFER SPECIAL THANKS!
The original idea for developing a homepage, and its original design, was made possible though the generosity of members of Rosemary's extended family, Dr. Paul and Betty Lee and Rosemary's grandchildren Christina and Paulina Lee.
The new easy to used and to remember address foodandlife.com has also been made possible through the generosity of members of Rosemary's extended family, Don and Cathy Dea and Rosemary's grandchildren Erin and Alex Dea. They also cover the cost of hosting this site.
Assistance in the ongoing maintenance and publicizing of the page is made possible by Rosemary's son and daughter-in-law Jerry Fisher and Joyce DeHaan.
Rosemary and all who benefit from this page thank them for all their time, money and effort.
If you have problems in using this page or any suggestions for this web page, please email them to email@example.com
HEALTHY EATING SITE INDEX
This index provides a list of further research summaries and recipes on some of the many ways foods can help prevent or reverse specific conditions. Just click on the ones that are of interest to you.
(Home) (Description of books for prevention of osteoporosis, heart disease, cancer and dementia) (Low fat recipes) (Research studies on osteoporosis, cancer, heart disease, and dementia from the books) (Nutritional Research on Osteoporosis Prevention) (Foods to eat or avoid to help prevent or reverse Osteoporosis) (Nutritional Research on Cancer) (Foods to eat or avoid to help prevent or reverse Cancer) (Nutritional Research on Alzheimer's Prevention) (Foods to eat or avoid to help prevent or reverse Alzheimer's) (Nutritional Research on Overcoming Heart Disease) (Foods that speed healing of Broken Bones) (Foods to help prevent or reverse Heart Disease) (Research on Foods to eat or avoid for helping to Prevent Kidney Stones) (Research on Foods for Helping To Heal Broken Bones) (Rosemary's story) (Rosemary's talks) (Links other nutrition research resources on the net) (Order form for books on preventing or reversing osteoporosis, heart disease, cancer and dementia )
Rosemary C. Fisher.