High Protein, Low GI, Bold Flavor: Recipes to Boost Health and Promote Weight Loss
Here is boldly flavored, nutritious food at the leading edge of the dietary curve. Inspired by her long-standing interest in highly nutritious, waistline-friendly eating, caterer and cookbook author Fiona Carns developed the high-protein, low-GI eating regimen showcased here. High-quality, high-protein ingredients (including lean meats and fish) fill you up without the fat—while low-GI fruits, vegetables, and grains keep you going without blood glucose spikes.
Here are dozens of one-recipe meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner that use minimally processed ingredients (but which are easy enough for everyday cooking)—plus 18 complementary sides and a half-dozen lowfat, low-GI desserts—food that is perfectly suited to our times.
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