This brainchild of hers has all of the answers
Chester, NJ (PRWEB) March 19, 2008
New findings show that dessert may be essential for health... Even the Connecticut Honor student recently suspended for buying Skittles would likely agree...What is more powerful than Vitamin C, helps lose weight, reduces inflammation, and even lowers blood sugar? Dessert. Dessert is not a no-no. Eating dessert is great in a hundred different ways, according to the new ultimate dessert guide and cookbook, entitled "Desserts That Heal" (MCE Press, April 2008) by nutritionist Heather MacLean Walters, PhD. These desserts can heal by lowering blood pressure, reducing platelet aggregation, helping save money, and preserving emotional health. From the five major health benefits of ice cream to the numerous benefits of puddings, cakes, cookies and pies, there is almost no limit to the good scientific backing of dessert eating. Consumers have been so obsessed with weight loss, they've been trying to deny themselves the pleasure of desserts-proven by numerous scientific studies to raise HDL, lower blood pressure, raise serotonin, improve blood flow, reduce cancer, improve mood, lower the incidence of cavities and do just about everything else under the sun.
In this easy-to-use cookbook and health guide, there is something for everyone. Patients may find a cure for their problem, dessert lovers find the retort they need, and dessert aficionados can just make and enjoy a luscious dessert while being able to tout its benefits. Each type of dessert is heralded for its healing properties, and each specific recipe is both organized into a health group, such as "Lowers blood pressure" and an alphabetical type, such as "Chocolate".
Heather MacLean Walters (MS, MEd, PhD), college professor, nutritionist, food scientist, technical editor and best-selling author of nine books, trained under a USDA fellowship for a dual doctorate in both Food Science and Nutrition, and has a complete dessert-centered health enhancement program (in two additional future guides) which includes the best time-tested recipes and health advice. Library Journal declared one of her books a top twenty best seller in the U.S. Dr. Walters and her books have been praised in Fox News, ABC News, U.S. News & World Report, Country Living, New Woman, Prevention Newsletter, Genius, Bottomline Personal, The National Inquirer, much other print and many TV and radio shows. Her college nutrition study guides, available on every college campus in the U.S., will reach sales of one million soon...
Endorsements of Dr. Walters Work
"Her book is a treasure" Newark Star Ledger
"Scientifically accurate and helpful" Christiane Northrup, MD
"This brainchild of hers has all of the answers" Chicago Sun Times
"She has written a wonderful and compelling book-definitely worth a read." Jonny Bowden, PhD
For show topics, seminars, personal or business consulting, cooking demonstrations, books, CDs, DVDs, etc. contact Dr. Walters at (908) 876-1489 or docmaclean(at)embarqmail.com
Contact: Heather M. Walters
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