No Red Meat: More Than 300 Delicious, Low-Fat, Low-Cholesterol Recipes

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Running Press, May 5, 2009 - Cooking - 320 pages
Approximately 80 million Americans suffer from one or more forms of cardiovascular disease, the country's number one killer. A healthy diet is critical in preventing and managing this epidemic. This volume, updated to include new low-fat, low-cholesterol recipes, is a complete cookbook and dietary guide for anyone concerned with improving their health. Specifically targeted to those on special diets for reducing risk of heart attack, stroke, and obesity. And each recipe includes per-serving dietary content—for easy daily control of calories, fat, cholesterol, and sodium. Recipes are low in sodium and include seasoning suggestions for adding flavor to salt-free foods. With informational charts on fish and poultry, menu ideas, and many other helpful hints.
 

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Contents

This Book is for You 6
6
Heart Healthy Choices 10
10
Herbs and Spices 16
16
Special Menus 20
20
Appetizers 24
24
Soups 46
46
Breads 64
64
Salads 88
88
Seafood 162
162
Meatless Meals 184
184
Vegetables and Rice 198
198
Sauces and Gravies 232
232
Sandwiches 252
252
Desserts 262
262
About the Authors 312
312
Index
313

Poultry 122
122

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About the author (2009)

Brenda J. Shriver is the author of four cookbooks. When her husband developed coronary heart disease, she found most heart-healthy cookbooks disappointing, so she developed her own recipes, which led to this book. She lives in Leander, TX.

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