What To Eat When You Don’t Feel Like Eating

James Haller’s vast experience, unbounded enthusiasm, and compassionate nature make this cookbook an invaluable resource for those preparing food for people suffering serious illness. He tells how cooking can be simple, quick, and inexpensive. He groups various foods by colours and gives an uncomplicated understanding of nutritional values. More than this he stresses taste. “Most importantly,” he writes, “the food has to taste incredible. Not just good, but the food has to be delicious. It has to taste like it was doing something wonderful for you, because that’s the essence of nurturing.”

© 1994 James Haller
Audience: Parent, Professional