Low-Cholesterol Cuisine

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Random House Value Publishing, Dec 1, 1995 - Low-cholesterol diet - 271 pages
Includes recipes for such healthy dishes as shrimp mousse with dill, harvest pumpkin and zucchini soup, chicken and shrimp creole, apricot yogurt parfaits, and last-minute pasta casserole, and offers advice on cutting fat from one's diet

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Lindsay, author of The American Cancer Society Cookbook ( LJ 3/15/88), has written another book full of healthy but delicious recipes. This is "real'' food, fit for company as well as family meals ... Read full review



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Readers looking for health-conscious menus will find them in the cookbooks written by award-winning nutritionist Anne Lindsay. Her recipes are a flavorful mix of low-fat, low-sodium foods, controlled calories and easy preparation. This winning combination has sold over 1.5 million books. Two of Lindsay's most popular titles are "The American Cancer Society Cookbook "(1988), written in consultation with Diane J. Fink, M.D., and "The Lighthearted Cookbook" (1988), published in conjunction with the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Each book contains over 200 recipes reflecting research on nutritional guidelines that can reduce the risk of developing cancer or heart disease. Among Lindsay's other works are "Smart Cooking" (1986, rev. ed., 1996), "The Lighthearted Every Day Cookbook" (1991), "Low-Cholesterol Cuisine" (1992), "Anne Lindsay's Light Kitchen" (1994) and "Anne Lindsay's New Light Cooking"(1998). All feature taste-appealing, health-promoting, easy-to-make foods. Anne Lindsay Greer was born in Canada in 1944. She is a food writer, consultant, home economist and the 1987 winner of the General Foods Award for Excellence in Nutrition Communication.

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