Whole Foods Diet Cookbook: 200 Recipes for Optimal Health

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Gibbs Smith, Jun 1, 2009 - Cooking - 304 pages
FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE TIRED of counting calories, carbs, fats, and points, this book makes nutrition count instead. Whole foods are nutrient-rich foods. These foods offer a complete balance in nutritional value while in their natural, unrefined, unprocessed state. They are high in antioxidants, phytochemicals, and essential fats and oils, and low in saturated fats and sugar.
Whole Foods Diet Cookbook includes chapters to educate the reader, and offers plenty of delicious menus for every occasion. It provides a three-prong culinary approach to healthy living, weight loss, disease and illness prevention.
 

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Contents

the whole foods edge
19
nutritional nuts and bolts
27
the flexitarian lifestyle
45
fake and phony
55
satisfaction guaranteed
71
pure indulgence
81
SIMPLE SPEEDY RECIPES
90
brunch munchies
93
MENUS FOR EVERY OCCASION
150
weeknight dinners
153
company is coming
185
making it an occasion
221
a swanky soiree
263
endnotes
288
resources
292
recipe index
296

onedish chic
109
almost guiltfree treats
137

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About the author (2009)

Ivy Larson is a certified health fitness instructor. She teaches cooking classes throughout the Palm Beach area and also conducts "Eight-Week Lifestyle Makeover" programs at wellness facilities in south Florida.

Andrew Larson, MD, is a board-certified general surgeon with special interests in surgical nutrition. The couple lives in Jupiter, Florida.

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