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the theory of promoting health and longevity by means of diet (especially whole beans and grains)

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The word Macrobiotic comes from the Greek word makro bios, which means long life.
The 900 hour professional training focuses on five core modalities: macrobiotic, classical vegetarian, vegan, ayurvedic and raw and living foods.
The mother of two once swore by the macrobiotic diet to keep herself slim, but admitted the fad was short-lived.
Proponents of the macrobiotic diet say they have found the healthy Holy Grail, but for many the long list of restrictions are a turnoff.
While most new celebrity mums barricade themselves into their mansions with a macrobiotic chef and personal trainer until they regain their six-pack, 42-year-old Uma kept it causal in a baggy t-shirt and leggings.
She worked out obsessively for two hours a day, lived on a macrobiotic diet and wouldn't allow sugar or chocolate in the house.
The Balance Cafe offers a fusion of traditional Ayurvedic concepts and macrobiotic foods with contemporary cooking styles to develop customised and healthy dishes.
The Fairmont Hotels & Resorts now offers Lifestyle Cuisine Plus at hotels across the Middle East, a menu available upon request catering to guests with specific diet-dependent conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and gluten free, as well as unique dietary preferences including, macrobiotic, raw and vegan diets.
One example of the balanced picture presented in Celestial Healing is the section on the macrobiotic diet, propounded in the West in the early 1900s by Michio Kushi, who based his theories on earlier practitioners who "cured themselves of serious illnesses by changing from a modern, refined diet to a traditional Japanese simple diet.
Lifestyle Cuisine Plus menu will aim to offer guests with specially prepared meals to cater to health conditions such as diabetes and heart diseases, as well as for gluten free, macrobiotic, raw and vegan dieters.
Some journalists are speculating about whether Gwyneth's condition is linked to her alternative lifestyle which includes a strict fitness regime and a macrobiotic diet focusing on vegetables, pulses and fish and limiting dairy produce.
FORMER macrobiotic nut Gwyneth Paltrow seems to have truly changed her ways.
Then again, I do hear Jennifer Aniston is still available" Liberal Democrat MP Lembit Opik on his love life "My rule is, if it's not moving, monogram it" Actress Reese Witherspoon "The glance she gave me is one I'd give to an expired carton of milk" Top model Paulina Porizkova, who claims to have been snubbed by Vogue editor Anna Wintour "You can call me a mummy's boy, but I think it's cool to have her with me" Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio, who takes his mother on his foreign trips "I'm not a nutty, macrobiotic kind of guy, but I enjoy being alive" Actor Sir Anthony Hopkins, who has undertaken a healthy eating and exercising regime "It is pretty naive of the Government to think that we will turn the radio on and start dancing.
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.