Look no further, according to Brian Wansink, PhD from Cornell University Food and Brand Lab and the author of Mindless Eating,
“Dave Grotto goes far beyond telling you what’s good for you, why it’s good for you , and how much is good for you; he does so in a compelling, fun, nonpreachy, ‘your best friend told you so’ sort of way. 101 Foods is a great book to have on the shelf.”
Thus when Dave makes lists of items for specific health purposes – both pros and cons, he is also sharing with you the particulars of just why these items are good. We already looked at the specific benefits of almonds, but to focus each food in each category would be time consuming and may just lose some readers’ interest.
Thus I will just say that we will hit or miss over specific health concerns that may affect the elders that you are caring for either personally or professionally and will be returning again and again to this text that contains a wealth of knowledge. Every caregiver should have a copy and refer back to it when and if any questions come about for one reason or another.
Grotto attempts to cover a major portion of diseases, health risks and concerns and natural ways to help what is ailing a person. Remember that With Age Comes Respect and having this manual on hand can help a caregiver to walk the talk.