macrobiotic diet

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Noun1.macrobiotic diet - a diet consisting chiefly of beans and whole grainsmacrobiotic diet - a diet consisting chiefly of beans and whole grains
vegetarianism - a diet excluding all meat and fish
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And she needs to stop foisting her macrobiotic food fads and her barmy religion on everyone around her - especially her kids.
The only exception to this rule is if you find yourself sitting next to Gwyneth Paltrow, who I imagine only talks about macrobiotic food and hair straighteners.
Programmes cover anti-ageing, detoxing, stress management and weight loss and it's strictly macrobiotic food only.
As a result, shiso has become the jewel of Japanese culinary art as well as an important ingredient in macrobiotic food because of its healing powers.
She had lots of massages and hydrotherapy treatments, but Kylie was there for the macrobiotic food and rejuvenation therapies.
After seven years of Madonna's macrobiotic food, perhaps it's understandable that Guy should now want to pig-out on hamburgers.
Singer Beyonce has apparently tried the Maple Syrup diet, Jennifer Aniston and Paris Hilton have toyed with a Baby Food Diet, Guy Ritchie has favoured a Hollywood Cookie diet and Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow are renowned for their enthusiasm for macrobiotic food.
You can purchase the valuable kudzu root in a digestible form at local health food stores, macrobiotic food companies, and Asian markets.
The main dining room offers fine macrobiotic food that is prepared using natural organic ingredients adapted for Mediterranean cuisine.
One particular actor who was looking for a chef recently specified that he would like a health-conscious chef with a knowledge of macrobiotic food.
Soon, other neighbors were participating, including a friend who was suffering from leukemia and wanted to grow macrobiotic food and a farming couple who were between farms.