Category: Cookery Cookbook
Neal Barnard and Robyn Webb team up to write The Get Healthy, Go Vegan Cookbook: 125 Easy and Delicious Recipes to Jump-Start Weight Loss and Help You Feel Great. The book with the length title offers many suggestions and great recipes that are intended for people who wish to lose some weight, lower their cholesterol levels, or reverse the symptoms of their type 2 diabetes. The book includes some useful scientific data that outlines the importance of having this low fat diet, and then offers many healthy, and easy to make recipes to have delicious meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. No matter what kind of plate you seek, this book will have the recipes that allow for you to make great meals with only vegetables, containing important information about calories, saturated fat, as well as vitamins and minerals.
John La Puma and Rebecca Powell Marx write ChefMD’s Big Book of Culinary Medicine: A Food Lover’s Road Map to Losing Weight, Preventing Disease, and Getting Really Healthy. In this book, there is plenty of medical experience, from an actual doctor’s point of view, so there is plenty of science to back up the claims of the importance of eating well, but there is also great cooking suggestions that will allow you to make wonderful food that not only tastes great but also keeps you young and fit, as well. He is like doctor merged with chef so you will not only be taking care of yourself but you will be eating well, too.
Isa Chandra Moskowitz and Matthew Ruscigno write Appetite for Reduction: 125 Fast and Filling Low-Fat Vegan Recipes, a book that offers 125 recipes for a low-fat diet. You will be able to make a number of healthy dishes like Tamarind BBQ and Sweet Potatoes, Chipotle Lentil Burgers, and Onion Rings that are Oven Baked for extra healthy aspects and no fatty, greasy additives.
Daniel G. Amen brings you Change Your Brain, Change your Body Cookbook, a book specially designed to eat right by using wonderful, fresh recipes that will help you make things like spaghetti squash pasta and mushroom sauce, or sweet potato soup, or salmon curry chowder soup, or southwestern tacos, or tuna with avocado sauce, or veggie burgers, or pomegranate walnut salad, or veggie wraps, or turkey chili. All kinds of things will be able to be brought to the table with this book and also keep you and your family healthy and fit, as well.
Finally, Sally Fallon writes Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and Diet Dictocrats. This book contradicts a lot of the others, as it insists that animal fats and cholesterol are really important and cannot be ignored if you mean to reproduce and grow properly and have a well functioning brain and nervous system. In order to stay healthy and fit, the author provides a diet that moderately balances the foods to eat without totally banning anything so that you get in the proper amount without overdoing it to the point where it does really become unhealthy and detrimental. This way, you get a balanced diet.
Jeff Cox writes From Vines to Wines, an engaging read that helps you create your very own wines! You will have tips that allow you to grow your own grapes and keep them flourishing from your own home. Whether you have your own vineyard or just want to learn about the art, this book gives you practical tips on how to get started on your own wine making practices immediately. You will be able to learn the entire process from grape to glass as well as enjoy lists and drawings that are really very helpful if you are thinking of making your own wine. For a great wine tell all book that can help you jump start your own hobbies, this is a must read.
Stephanie Tourles writes Organic Body Care Recipes, a book that provides 175 homemade recipes that can help you give yourself radiant hair and smooth skin, fine hands, smooth feet, and all kinds of other improved parts of you thanks to things you can make right around your own home. The aim of this book is to achieve natural beauty using natural ingredients so you can spare your body from the harmful effects of chemically enhanced products. You can learn how to create things for your own foot care, nail treatments, and even shaving cream all from things you can buy and then make yourself. If you want a book that covers the all natural aspects, then this is the one for you.
Gene Logsdon writes Small-Scale Grain Raising, a book that helps you figure out all there is to know about raising your own grains and wheat. Whether you have a farm of your own or something of that matter, you can figure out how to make barley, buckwheat, corn, millet, oats and sorghum, wheat, and a variety of other things, so that you can do it in a way that will assuredly give you the healthiest output of natural items. This book teaches how to do it in a way that avoids pests and chemicals so you will have thoroughly organic and delicious food.
Louisa Shafia writes Lucid Food which gives you many recipes for healthy items that are also highly eco conscious too so that when you make these items you know you will be doing so in the best interest of the environment. Written by a foodie and an environmentalist, the author comes from the right perspective to tell all about this topic.
Jeff Crump writes Earth to table a book all about how to take advantage of what is in season and bring it to the table, starting from chickens to cherries to pies to pastries so that you can have a recipe that will take all the fruits from an organic farm and make them wonderfully edible into remarkable dishes. This book is great if you have a farm nearby or own one of your own as it comes with a variety of tips and tricks to get this stuff on the table in a delicious way.
Everybody in this universe wants to lead a healthy life. Most of us are not successful in achieving a normalized body health. Obesity is the main problem for many of us. It is not needed to waste time in gym sweating with the heavy objects. Simply boosting our levels of general daily activity can improve our health to a greater extent. Diet and fitness form a main part of our daily activity. When it comes to diet we have to be cautious about the type of food we intake and the extent of nutrition our body consumes. A proper proportion of the food intake and nutrients level are the causes for boosting our health.
When it comes to eating habits, all of us are designed to eat fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and animals. This is the ultimate secret (which is not really a secret) to optimal health, losing weight, staying lean, improved performance, reduced risk of injury and faster recovery and healing.
After many trials and errors, I finally discovered that it is always better and safe to go by nature. Honestly speaking, I am not a good cook. Once I purchased the Paleo cookbooks, I found the recipes and instructions to be very simple and I was able to cook tasty meals. I found that my diet was just about the opposite of what everybody ate. I even spent less time thinking about food and more time just enjoying a healthy and vibrant life. I was able to create many interesting recipes that helped me to stay away from sweets and fried foods. My BMI (Body Mass Index) reduced to a greater extent within a month. I realized that I was smart in making the right changes in my life to achieve great health.
The Paleo Cookbooks introduced many delicious recipes which is a diet designed by nature. These books have shown positive results to many of us like good weight loss results, increased energy levels, bright & soft skin and a strong immune system. Eating natural foods that make up the Paleo diet promote such wonderful results.
The main reason to follow this cookbook is that it is always safe to follow a Paleo diet. The Paleo Diet is based on what our prehistoric human ancestors consumed. During the paleolithic age, our ancestors used to eat the food from nature. They didn’t suffer from diabetes, obesity, heart diseases, cancer, auto-immune system and other chronic disorders. Their natural way of living made them healthy, fit and strong. It is interesting to know that the mortality rates were very low in places like Japan and Mediterranean compared to other places. This is because their dietary habits were paleolithic.
In this cookbook we don’t find processed foods, preservatives, vegetable oils, sodas, legumes and dairy products. Instead there are a lot of recipes for egg, fish, fruits, vegetables, shell fish, seafood and nuts. For our convenience they have included guide to cook a healthy diet, easy cooking time charts, a guide to cook fats and meat charts to help us understand the Paleo diet and keep us on the path to follow a healthier diet and enjoying improved health. It is not too late to change our habits and establish a healthy lifestyle. So don’t waste your time breaking your heads, making a hell lot of trial and errors in searching for a healthy recipe. My best suggestion for the recipe that fits your body in all ways is the Paleo cookbooks.