Author: Reader's Digest Australia StaffPublish On: 2011
If you want to lose weight, reduce your blood cholesterol, lower the risk of heart disease, help manage diabetes or just feel more lively and energetic, then this book is for you!
Author: Reader's Digest Australia Staff
More than 120 easy and delicious recipes that will put more fibre in your diet. If you want to lose weight, reduce your blood cholesterol, lower the risk of heart disease, help manage diabetes or just feel more lively and energetic, then this book is for you! Despite its numerous health benefits, most of us only consume half the dietary fibre that we need. This cookbook proves that you don't have to start a strange diet or follow a special food regime to increase your fibre intake. It shows you quick and effortless ways with satisfying, flavourful recipes to incorporate more fibre into every meal, as well as desserts and snacks.
While common dieting wisdom suggests that those who need to lose weight must be eating too much, the newest discoveries in weight loss science now reveal that what's not being eaten can hinder weight reduction.
Author: Joshua McPherson
While common dieting wisdom suggests that those who need to lose weight must be eating too much, the newest discoveries in weight loss science now reveal that what's not being eaten can hinder weight reduction. Fiber is turning out to be the silver bullet of dieting-because it can fill you up on fewer calories, dampen cravings for fattening foods, and dramatically improve your overall health. Consuming the right amount of dietary fiber can have profound health benefits. It can cut the risk of heart disease by 30 percent; lower cholesterol by as much as 13 points; decrease inflammation; drop blood pressure; balance blood sugar; improve memory; reduce the risk for breast, colon, and endometrial cancer; and boost the immune system. A high-fiber cookbook that is good for the heart and gives you practically the most variety of any cookbook on the market. 176 High-Fiber Recipes proves that upping fiber doesn't mean cutting flavor, or spending hours in the kitchen on complicated recipes.
All the tempting and nutritious recipes in this book contain a minimum of 4g of fibre per serving providing a varied selection of ideas to help you increase your daily fibre intake.
Author: John Stone
Over 100 sensational recipes provide the first step to a healthier diet, from Minestrone, Seven-Vegetable Couscous and Chicken & Bean Risotto to Sprouted Seed Salad, Baked Stuffed Apples and Fruity Muesli Bars. Dietary fibre plays an essential part in a balanced diet. It is important for maintaining a healthy digestive system and in the prevention of heart disease and certain cancers. It is easy to increase the fibre content of your meals by replacing refined ingredients with unrefined ones, or by adding extra beans, fruits or vegetables to dishes. All the tempting and nutritious recipes in this book contain a minimum of 4g of fibre per serving providing a varied selection of ideas to help you increase your daily fibre intake. Choose from soups, appetizers, fish, chicken, meat, vegetarian dishes, salads, desserts and baking.
In this cookbook, vegan author Bryanna Clark Grogan demonstrates how to use high-fibre foods to make recipes that are designed to be as tasty as they are good for you. All the recipes are vegan.
Author: Bryanna Clark Grogan
Publisher: Native Voices
Fibre can aid your digestive system and help protect against heart disease and cancer. In this cookbook, vegan author Bryanna Clark Grogan demonstrates how to use high-fibre foods to make recipes that are designed to be as tasty as they are good for you. All the recipes are vegan.
"Mairlyn Smith's hilarious approach to all foods nutritious and fibre-filled has made her a daytime television favourite.
Author: Mairlyn Smith
Publisher: Appetite by Random House
"Mairlyn Smith's hilarious approach to all foods nutritious and fibre-filled has made her a daytime television favourite. We live for her tasty recipes, her easy-to-digest prep advice, and, of course, her ability to never take herself too seriously." --Tracy Moore, host of Cityline The world's funniest professional home economist and self-appointed Queen of Fibre is back with a beautiful cookbook and a guide to healthy living! Mairlyn Smith, media personality, professional home economist, and author of six bestselling cookbooks, has made it her mission to bring healthy living and flavourful, fibre-rich eating to the masses. But, living healthfully isn't only about the food--it's about your whole approach to life, from how much you exercise to how you cope with stress and the types of people you surround yourself with. And it's because of Mairlyn's belief in the overall power of mind, body, and spirit that her personal motto is "peace, love, and fibre." She invites peace into her life through quiet moments in nature and a practice of gratitude; love comes from family, friends, and a fulfi lling career. As for fibre? Well, Mairlyn and fibre go way back. In fact, Mairlyn believes that in order to be on top of your game, you absolutely must have a fibre-rich diet. In her newest cookbook, Mairlyn breaks down exactly what fibre is, and why it is such an important part of a healthy life. In Fibre 101 or How to Get an A+ on Your Colonoscopy, Mairlyn covers all the basics, using her trademark sense of humour and enthusiasm. You'll learn how fibre positively affects your blood sugar levels and gut health, and how it reduces the risk of certain types of cancer. Then, Mairlyn will teach you exactly how to create a more balanced, fibre-rich diet, without going overboard. Moving into the recipes, you'll find a mouthwatering assortment of choices for every meal and occasion, with dishes such as Pumpkin Spice Griddle Cakes, Cheddar Cheese Mini Dinner Biscuits, Lentil & Wheat Berry Salad with Strawberries & Mint, Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork, Chicken & Chickpea Curry, and even desserts like Chocolate Fudge Cake! Each recipe has full nutritional breakdowns and helpful icons to highlight the vegetarian, vegan, lactose-free, and gluten-free dishes. Sprinkled throughout are Mairlyn's musings on life, love, and everything in between. Both a beautiful cookbook and a guide to healthy living, Peace, Love & Fibre will have you feeling your best--inside and out--in no time at all.
High: glucose, white and wholemeal bread, brown rice, cornflakes, baked
potatoes, mashed potato. Low GI meal plan Including a low ... to be referred to as
roughage. Foods high in fibre usually contain a mixture of insoluble and soluble fibre.
Author: Stella Bowling
Publisher: Grub Street Cookery
Diabetes now affects over one million people in the UK and the number is growing every day amongst all age groups and all racial groups. It is now generally recognized that, in the main, we are what we eat and that the best food for diabetics is to be found in the high-fibre, low-fat, low-sugar diet that todayÕs nutritionalists are recommending for everyone. This cookbook contains 200 tasty recipes that provide healthy, high energy meals and is written by Stella Bowling, the British Diabetic AssociationÕs Head of Diet Information Service. It is fully endorsed by, and published in association with, the BDA. Each recipe is accompanied by nutritional analysis listing calories per serving, fat protein and carbohydrate content.
Although salt is essential for health, an excessive intake has been closely
associated with the increased risk of high ... your risk of high blood pressure. eat
more high-fibre foods As mentioned earlier, dietary fibre is also an important
nutrient in ...
Author: Magdalin Cheong
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
Does diabetes condemn the food lover to a diet of bland, cardboard-like food? As a diabetic, should one cut out sugar completely from his diet? Dietician Magdalin Cheong and Executive Chef Daniel Yeo, of the Changi General Hospital Dietetic and Food Services team present a cookbook written exclusively for diabetics, with detailed information on how to manage diabetes and 60 recipes that are delicious as they are nourishing. Each recipe's nutritional content is listed out for easy reference, as well as an estimated preparation time for the cook's convenience.
You've tried diets with high-fibre, low-calorie, low-fat, high-carbohydrate, detox ...
in fact, you've tried them all, and you're still the same weight. No longer! This time
you will lose weight quickly, easily and healthily. You will not be hungry, and ...
Author: Charles Clark
Publisher: Random House
Category: Health & Fitness
'We've all heard of Jen and Madonna using high-protein diets to lose weight. It's a tricky one to follow safely, but with Dr Clark's sensible approach us mere mortals can do it too.' New Woman The New High Protein Diet works. It is medically based and scientifically proven, and once you've tried the diet you'll want this brilliant recipe book to help you keep to your healthy new lifestyle. This cookbook is packed with ideas, ranging from breakfast on the run to quick and easy dinners to Sunday lunch. Bread and biscuits will no longer prove your downfall and you'll continue to feel full of energy and vitality as you keep to your low-carb lifestyle. It's easy once you realise how many choices and variations there are available. The low-carb recipes make use of delicious fresh ingredients, and are also very easy to follow. And the great news is that even though these low-carb meals are part of a diet, none will be cordon bleu size portions. The book includes: --Why low-carb? --The New High Protein Diet principles --Good carbs and bad carbs --Shopping lists --The recipes
Breakfast Stuffed Buckwheat Pancakes HIGH IN Iron , Potassium & Fibre Picture
on facing page . These innovative buckwheat pancakes stuffed with a tangy filling
are packed with iron , potassium and fibre . Préparation time : 25 minutes .
Author: Tarla Dalal
Publisher: Sanjay & Co
High Blood Pressure Or Hypertension Very Commonly Heard These Days Has Become Of Disease Of Youngsters Apart From The Elderly. Our Latest Addition To Total Health Series, High Blood Pressure Cookbook Is Sure To Help You Overcome The Misconception That Diet For Hypertension Is Bland, Raw And Boring. Click Here For More Details.
100 delicious recipes free from dairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soya, gluten,
sesame and shellfish Fiona Heggie, Ellie Lux ... WHOLEGRAINS. AND. VERY. HIGHFIBRE. FOODS. We're used to hearing that wholegrains and high-fibre diets
Author: Fiona Heggie
Publisher: Hachette UK
Wean your baby and nourish your toddler with 100 nutritious recipes free from all 14 major allergens. 'Introducing your baby to food is one of the many great joys of parenthood. When it comes to weaning children with food allergies, we are two mums who have been there, done that and got the baby food-spattered T-shirts.' With over 100 delicious, wholesome recipes covering your baby's very first tastes up to mini meals, The Allergy-Free Baby & Toddler Cookbook works with whichever weaning method you use. Offering meal plans and a host of practical advice and nutritional expertise this book will help lay the foundations for life-long healthy eating. Using ingredients that can be readily found in supermarkets, each recipe is free from 14 major food allergens: dairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soya, gluten, sesame, fish, molluscs, crustaceans, celery, mustard, lupin and sulphites.
Author: Michelle Berriedale-JohnsonPublish On: 2009-03
This book combines advice about diet and personal health care with recipe suggestions that can be enjoyed by the whole family and will inspire both those new to and those familiar with diabetic cooking.
Author: Michelle Berriedale-Johnson
Publisher: Southwater Pub
Over the last few years, the recommended diet for people with diabetes has changed substantially. Every recipe in this book is photographed in full colour, with easy-to-follow instructions and detailed nutritional information for each. With practical information on food facts, lifestyle and health for diabetics.