Good morning! Margaret, I clicked on the second link and got the
message that my browser must have a bug. Your search evidently only
works on your computer. :) I did a little more googling and found
that Dr. Chen (a very attractive woman, BTW) is based in Singapore
and her book must be part of the seminars she conducts. The company,
eExcel, is heavily into selling supplements. Personally, the only
supplement I take is the occasional B-12 lozenge. I would prefer to
spend my money on good organic produce that I eat, as far as
possible, in its natural state. That might involve blending but I try
to keep the food with all its parts and not subtract anything from
it. That said, I _do_ peel bananas, mangos, and I don't eat
watermelon rind but I think you get the picture. Juicy is better and
supplements are fractured. Leah,you might be able to get the book
through your local library but it seems to be scarcer than hen's
--- In email@example.com, "Margaret Gamez" <mgamez1@...> wrote:
> Leah wrote:
> > Where can I get a copy of Dr. Jau-Fei Chen's
> > book Plant Foods & Nutritional Immunology?
> Hi Leah!
> I haven't been reading current messages, so I have
> no clue what this book was about, but... unavailability
> of something, even if I don't know about it, bothers me,
> so I Google'd the title: this is what I got:
> when you are looking for a book, I highly recommend
> Amazon.com. as to what happened when I searched for this
> book at www.amazon.com...
> on the title search, I got NOTHING.
> I went to advanced search, which is not scary, and
> which allows you to search by author, and I got
> I hope this helps.