Maria Cross

Maria Cross books

FoodbookFood, and how to make a healthy meal of it

a guide to eating and drinking well

Food is amazing. It can make you feel fantastic and full of vitality, or downright sick. It can be an intensely pleasurable or utterly miserable affair. The best food – and drink – should create a divinely pleasurable experience that also makes you feel great and promotes your good health. It’s not too much to ask.

 This book guides you towards the food and drink that fit that criteria. It is a practical guide to what’s best to have for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks and drinks. It is packed full of facts on what (and what not) to eat and drink, and why. It will tell you what the food and drink you choose can do for you, and to you. …read more

I Wisiwishbookh I Hadn’t Eaten That

Published by Hay House

Based on 17 years of experience as a nutrition consultant, this book is about the consultation, the client and the results. I describe the twenty most common symptoms clients want to address*, and my approach to dealing with those symptoms through diet. The key, of course, is to discover the cause underlying each health problem, and that is precisely what this book will help you do. It will then guide you to the dietary changes required to make those symptoms go away. …read more

nutbookNutrition in Institutions

Published by Wiley-Blackwell

The importance of good nutrition for individual health and well-being is widely recognised, yet for a significant number of people who rely on institutions for food and nutrition, this importance has not always been a primary consideration. People, therefore, may find themselves consuming food they would not ordinarily choose to eat. In recent years, there have been major advances in the quality of catering in some areas, particularly schools. Other institutions which have not been thrust into the media spotlight have fared less well in terms of enthusiasm and commitment. …read more