Whole Foods Diet Cookbook
Fresh recipes that avoid processed ingredients.
The Whole Foods Diet Cookbook takes the whole foods movement into the kitchen and allows you to prepare nutrient-rich dishes that promote health and the environment.
The Whole Foods Diet Cookbook avoids calorie counting or the counting of carb or fat grams and instead promises weight loss and health through its more than 200 recipes, all of which include antioxidant-rich ingredients, tons of fresh produce and lean proteins.
The book also teaches how to adopt the flexitarian lifestyle - eating a primarily vegetarian diet but still allowing the consumption of sustainably-raised meat, poultry and fish.
Recipes cover the spectrum of preparation requirements from the simple to the elaborate. The Whole Foods Diet Cookbook also provides tons of information organized in easy-to-read chapters on nutrition basics.
Authors Dr. Andrew Larson and his wife Ivy Larson are also the authors of the Gold Coast Cure. Dr. Andrew Larson is the co-author of the Chicken Soup for Soul Healthy Living series.
- Promotes cooking at home
- Encourages eating whole foods that are unprocessed
- Does not promote dieting
- Provides supporting and educational information
- Recipes range from the simple to elaborate
- Promotes a flexitarian eating style
- No nutritional information is provided for recipes
- No pictures or illustrations
For those who think that eating a whole foods diet consists of eating nothing more than salads, baked sweet potatoes and plain grilled chicken breast, think again. The Whole Foods Diet Cookbook puts the whole foods diet into practice with its 200 recipes.
The educational chapters that are found in the front of the book emphasize the importance of eating a whole foods diet as well as demystifying any confusion about this eating style. Recipes are then broken down into chapters: Brunch Munchies; One-Dish Chic; Almost Guilt-Free Treats; Weeknight Dinners; Company is Coming; Making it an Occasion and a Swanky Soiree.
Chicken, pork, lamb and fish recipes are all included as are vegetarian-based dishes.
Sample recipes include:
- Crepes with Strawberry Filling
- Easy Roasted Orange Roughy
- Lime-Cooked Tilapia
- Leg of Lamb with Pistachio Parsley Crust
- Ricotta Orange Cloud Pancakes
- Southwest Tofu Burgers
- Florida Honey Orange Blossom Cheesecake
- Savory and Sweet Frozen Vanilla Peach Custard
- White Bean Butternut Squash Ragout with Polenta Squares
- Mini Quinoa Pizzas
- Slow Cooker Mexican Style Vegetarian Stuffed Peppers
No nutrition information is provided and no illustrations are included.EXERCISE
There are no exercise suggestions.CONCLUSION
The Whole Foods Diet Cookbook features nutrient-rich foods that can help prevent cancer, heart disease and even take off a few pounds.
Written by Dr. Andrew Larson, who is also the co-author of the Chicken Soup for Soul Healthy Living series, and his wife, Ivy Larson, this cookbook has a strong educational component as well as provides a range of dishes to prepare that focus on whole and natural foods.
If you are looking to improve your health, lose weight or interested in adding more plant-based dishes to your diet, then the Whole Foods Diet Cookbook belongs on your kitchen shelf. Just be aware that the recipes don't include nutritional information nor illustrations.Common Misspellings
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Related Diets: The Flexitarian Diet, The Advanced Mediterranean Diet, Vegetarian Diet, Real-Food Diet, The Whole Foods Diet, Whole Grain Diet, Eat-Clean Diet Cookbook, Go Green Get Lean, Gold Coast Cure, The O2 Diet