The Good Fat Cookbook
In The Good Fat Cookbook, bestselling author Fran McCullough delivers the delicious news: the foods we love to eat—real butter, chocolate, coconut, whole milk and cream, nuts, avocados, cold-water fish, red meat, olive oil, bacon and eggs—are actually good for us.
It's a fact: Not all fats are bad. Good fats slow the effects of aging, improve mood and memory, boost the immune system, and protect against stroke and cancer. And the most surprising news of all: The right fats are great tools for weight loss, making you feel full longer and jump-starting your metabolism.
In Good Fat, bestselling low-carb guru Fran McCullough debunks all the fat myths, demystifies cutting-edge science, and—fork in hand—reveals the simple secrets to eating well and losing weight. Here she teaches you how to:
*identify the good fats—and enjoy their good taste
*avoid trans fats and other bad fats that damage health and pile on the pounds
*combine low-carb foods with beneficial fats, proteins, and fresh ingredients for maximum energy
*lose weight by eating more of the foods you crave
*prepare more than 100 simple, delicious recipes to put the good fat back on your table, including Salmon Chowder, Tuna with Rice, Deep-Fried Coconut Shrimp, Parsley Salad with Avocado, Chicken with Olives and Oranges, Grilled Cheese with Oregano, Crisp Coconut Waffles, Avocado Cheesecake, and Wall-to-Wall Walnut Brownies
...and much more.
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Most of us can recite it by heart: margarine is good, butter is bad; canola oil is good, lard is bad; soy is good, coconut is bad. But lately, studies suggest that these rules are wrong. Recent ... Read full review
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Page 11 - What right has the federal government to propose that the American people conduct a vast nutritional experiment, with themselves as subjects, on the strength of so very little evidence that it will do them any good?