In this image, Carol Simontacchi is pictured with her daughters Caryl Anne, Melissa Anne, Laurie Anne and Bobbie Anne.
(Complemented by easy gourmet recipes, a guide by a noted ...)
Complemented by easy gourmet recipes, a guide by a noted nutritionist seeks to remove guilt from the weight-loss process and explains how to become healthy and change personal lifestyles.
(With obesity becoming one of the fastest-growing worldwid...)
With obesity becoming one of the fastest-growing worldwide epidemics and manufactured food fueling that trend, The Crazy Makers is timelier than ever. This updated edition includes a new chapter on autism, as well as revised material that illustrates just how much the industry has changed in a few short years.
(Written by health professionals who are well recognized i...)
Written by health professionals who are well recognized in their respective fields, these concise, easy-to-read books focus on a wide range of important health concerns. From migraine headaches to high cholesterol, each title looks at a specific problem; each provides a clear explanation of the disorder, its causes and its symptoms; and each offers natural solutions that can either greatly reduce or completely eliminate the problem.
(This book helps readers learn how to eat and enjoy health...)
This book helps readers learn how to eat and enjoy healthy, nutrient-dense foods and teaches how to develop positive, lifelong nutritional and lifestyle habits.
Carol Simontacchi received a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degrees from Columbia Pacific University.
Carol Simontacchi wrote a popular column, the Holistic Health Notebook, which appeared in several newspapers, including Florida Weekly. Her column detailed health issues and wholesome solutions to fixing them. She was the owner of Island Nutrition Center in Sanibel. Carol also served in Safe Harbor Community Church.
Simontacchi authored a number of books on nutrition, including The Crazy Makers: How the Food Industry Is Destroying Our Brains and Harming Our Children and Your Fat Is Not Your Fault. Carol hosted Your Personal Health, a nationally syndicated radio show that aired on more than 200 stations.
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(This book helps readers learn how to eat and enjoy health...)2005
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Carol Simontacchi was a member of the Society of Certified Nutritionists, National Nutritional Foods Association, International Association of Clinical Nutritionists, American Association of Clinical Nutritionists and Autograph Society.
Carol Simontacchi was always upbeat.
Physical Characteristics: Carol Simontacchi died of cancer.
Carol Simontacchi married Robert Simontacchi on October 3, 1981. Their marriage produced four children - Caryl Anne, Bobbie Anne, Melissa Anne and Laurie Anne.