Symply Too Good to Be True
The American version of Australia's #1 low-fat cookbook.Top Rated Diet Pills of 2016
Symply Too Good to Be True is a low-fat cookbook written by Annette Sym, Australia's number one bestselling low-fat cookbook author.
The American version has been adjusted to reflect U.S. cooking methods and conversions. Sym wanted to share her successful plan for weight loss with Americans, particularly because of the high overweight and obesity rates prevalent in this country.
Symply Too Good to Be True features more than 150 illustrated recipes that are low-fat and nutritious. In addition, there is also a 28-day weight loss plan that can help you lose weight in a healthy way. The plan features two levels. Level 1 is for more modest weight loss and Level 2 is for those with 25 or more pounds to lose.
Throughout the book you will learn motivating tips to keep you on track, how to make smarter food choices, how to deal with emotional eating, and how to learn how to enjoy exercise. Guidelines for how to help overweight teens to lose weight, how to dine out and still stick to your healthy intentions and how to indulge in chocolate in a portion-controlled manner are also covered.
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- Recipes are beautifully illustrated
- Recipes contain complete nutrition information
- Also includes an organized diet plan
- Created by a well-known cookbook author who herself has battled her own weight struggles
- Encourages healthy cooking
- Includes numerous tips for applied real-life use
- Targeted towards women
- Must want to cook
- Few breakfast recipes are included
- Level 1 is very low in calories
Twenty-eight days of meals are featured for both the Level 1 and Level 2 diets. Three meals and a few snacks each day are allowed for each diet with Symply Too Good.
The Level 1 diet contains 1,300 calories and 30 grams of fat and the Level 2 diet contains 1,550 calories and 40 grams of fat.
Overall, the diet and the recipes encourage eating plenty of vegetables, lean proteins and whole grains.
The cookbook is divided into recipes according to meals and snacks. The sections are Soups and Salads, Vegetables, Sides and Light Meals, Seafood, Chicken, Meat, Asian Style, Sauces for Pasta, Desserts and Baking.
Complete nutrition information is given for each recipe and each dish is accompanied by a full-page color illustration of the dish. There are very few breakfast recipes included.
Symply Too Good to Be True recipes include dishes like:
- Thai Beef Noodle Salad (249 calories per serving)
- Potato Leek Soup (173 calories per serving)
- Vegetable Lasagna (275 calories per serving)
- Pizza Strudel (207 calories per serving)
- Mango Chicken (251 calories per serving)
- Chinese Omelet with Shrimp (173 calories per serving)
- Baked Cheesecake with Blueberry Sauce (185 calories per serving)
- Creamy Coconut Rice (173 calories per serving)
- Caramel Tarts (60 calories per tart)
To lose weight, you are instructed to exercise five to six times a week for a minimum of 30 minutes. There is a complete section on exercise and tips on how to increase the amount of physical activity you get.CONCLUSION
Symply Too Good to Be True is a delightful cookbook and weight loss plan that can be used by anyone who loves to eat but also needs to trim their waistline. Written by Australia's best-selling low-fat cookbook author Annette Sym, this vividly-illustrated book makes you want to rush into the kitchen and start whipping up nutritious and healthy eats for you and your family.Common Misspellings
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