Your cart is empty
Science has proven that green leafy vegetables and fruit knock all others off the top spot for their spectacular concentration of phytonutrients, vitamins and fibre. And the quickest way to get an instant boost of these healthy greens is in a juice or smoothie. Packed with raw, whole vegetables and fruit, as well as herbs, spices and healthy fats, the fabulous recipes in Clean & Green are literally a health boost in a glass--or a bowl of soup. If you juice regularly, you'll be getting all the essential vitamins, antioxidants and minerals that you need. Each chapter covers the main health benefits of juicing: Cleanse your body with a Grapefruit Crush or the Parsley Purifier; get a healthy glow from a Fennel Flush or a Kiwi Quencher; detox with a Grape & Lychee Reviver, a Green Tea Punch or a Mint Rejuvenator; and soothe your digestive system by drinking a Pineapple Pump, a Broccoli Booster or a Spinach Aid. Whether you're trying to get in shape, boost your general health, or give your body a deeply nourishing cleanse, incorporating green juices and smoothies into your diet is the simplest and most effective way to eat clean and green!
As is the Moosewood tradition, the recipes are creative, adventurous, and inspired by ethnic and global cuisine. They include appetizers like Pumpkin Seed Pesto Spread and Salsa with Peaches and Blueberries, soups like Ginger Tofu and Creamy Asparagus, and richly flavoured entrees like Pasta with Caramelized Onions, Tomatoes and Feta and Pomegranate-Glazed Tofu with Couscous, Pistachios and Apricots. For breakfast, there is Flaxseed Blueberry Bread, and for dessert, there are Chevre and Pistachio-Stuffed Figs. The Moosewood message is neither clinical nor complicated. Instead, this book's pages are filled with recipes based on the simple principle that eating more vegetables, fruits, and whole grains keeps people healthier longer. Other useful features include complete nutritional breakdowns for each dish; recipe lists that place dishes in helpful categories like "Good for Diabetics" or "Low-Calorie;" and quick, convenient recipes for breakfasts on the run, packed lunches, and snacks.
This journal is designed to guide and support readers as they discover the primary and secondary foods that are right for them. Readers use it with the intention of permanently changing their relationship to food and health. 'Primary food' is a term coined by author Joshua Rosenthal, founder of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, that refers to anything in one's life that nourishes you, but does not come on a plate. The important primary food areas are: relationships, career, physical activity and spirituality. 'Secondary food' is, therefore, the food we eat.
This book is designed as a 3-month daily journal. Readers are guided to write their Morning Intentions, Evening Reflections, Weekly Check-ins & Guided Exercises, and Monthly Activities & Progress. Readers are encouraged to 'be themselves', as everyone is an individual with their own unique schedule and style. Readers can use the journal once a day, twice a week, or at whatever pace works for them.
Instagram sensations and debut cookbook authors Gina and Karol Daly had a massive hit in 2020 with their first cookbook, The Daly Dish. Now they are back with more food that looks so decadent, you will find it hard to believe it will help you to achieve your slimming goals. Just ask Gina and Karol - between them they have lost over 10 stone and feel better than ever! Compatible with the principles of many popular diet programmes, you will find fan favourites such as Tasty Tacos, No Stress Stew and Perfect Pizza. The Daly Dish Rides Again will have you looking forward to dinner every night and looking forward to weighing in on the scales too!
A compendium of tasty and balanced Ayurvedic recipes combined with information on the Ayurvedic principles of food and diet; a comprehensive listing of foods categorized by suitability to body type as well as a chart listing the qualities of foods; a chart to determine your own constitution...and much more.
These low-sodium but flavor-packed 115 recipes plus daily meal plans will improve cardiac health without sacrificing taste. A lack of salt often means that food tastes ho-hum, which can ruin your appetite and adversely affect your quality of life. Yet the reality is that sodium levels in packaged and processed foods--such as ketchup, canned broths, and soups, to name just a few--are shockingly high. To stick with a low-sodium diet long-term you want to savor the food you're eating (so important!), which means finding new ways to replace the flavors that salt naturally highlights. Author Lara Ferroni, who adheres to a low-sodium diet herself, has spent years creating naturally flavorful recipes everyone will love. In this book, you will find 115 recipes for homemade condiments, spice blends, dressings, cheeses, breads, prepared meats, and other foods. In addition, she offers daily meal plans--breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even dessert!--which contain less than a total of 2,000 mg of sodium, typically the daily amount allowed on a low-sodium diet. Ferroni, who is also a food photographer, has filled the book with enticing photos and shares her experiences of maintaining (and making peace with) a low-sodium diet. There is no need to feel deprived on a low-sodium diet. These recipes will help you love the food you eat while at the same time feel good about taking care of your health.
This easy to follow guide-book shows you how to eat and cook vegan in 28 days - not by making extensive changes, but by simply doing one thing slightly differently every day, from dusting off the beans and long-forgotten tinned tomatoes at the back of your kitchen cupboard, to figuring out how to cook celeriac, to learning how to invigorate week-old vegetables, and to navigating dinner invitations when you're trying to eat more plant-based but still want to have a good time.
Enjoy 40 simple and practical recipes for healthy, wholesome vegan food, as well as uncovering the vegan secret weapons - dressing, dips, purées and vinaigrettes - that lift every meal to another level. This book contains the perfect number of recipes to get you through your meatless month, making it easy to navigate and to find new everyday favourites.
How to Be Vegan in 28 Days is part-cookbook, part-veggie-guide book that will help you achieve a vegan lifestyle, and get into the best shape of your life.
With Green Smoothie Gourmet founder Dee Dine's extensive collection of easiest-ever smoothies and juices, it's a breeze to incorporate more wholesome ingredients, vitamins and nutrients into your diet. These drink recipes are all only 4 ingredients or less and don't require a fancy blender or juicer-just add a couple ingredients to an everyday kitchen blender and blend for a delicious healthy choice that readers will want to make. And, with 100 recipes to choose from, you'll never run out of exciting new options to try! Start your morning right with a Pineapple Tumeric Smoothie, a Microgreens Melon Juice or a Papaya Apricot Smoothie. Get your greens in with a Zucchini Key Lime Smoothie or tasty Spinach Carrot Juice. You can even indulge in a Mocha Peanut Butter dessert shake made with natural sweeteners and wholesome ingredients, for a sneakily healthy way to satisfy your sweet tooth. These smoothies and juices contain ingredients that to help manage your weight, boost your energy and immunity, decrease stress, deepen sleep, balance your hormones, sneak an extra serving of protein or veggies into your diet, and more. They're also all dairy-, gluten- and refined-sugar free, so everyone can add a nutritious sip to their day. The book will feature 100 recipes and 60 photos.
Eating healthier, losing weight, and trimming your waistline―no matter what your reasons for following the ketogenic diet are, starting is never as simple as it sounds. Equipping you with easy-to-follow meal plans, shopping lists, and need-to-know info about the keto lifestyle, The Complete Ketogenic Diet for Beginners is your all-in-one resource for starting and sticking to the ketogenic diet. Key into keto and learn how good it can feel to lose weight and lead a healthy lifestyle with The Complete Ketogenic Diet for Beginners cookbook.
The Complete Ketogenic Diet for Beginners cookbook contains:
Endorsed by the Mayo Clinic and others in the medical community, the ketogenic diet has been proven as a healthy, effective way of achieving weight loss, as it consists of low-carb, high fat foods that prompt the body to burn fat for energy instead of glucose.
Sweet Chilli Friday is the debut cook book from six working mothers who get together once a month to share recipes at their cooking club, Peppercorn Passion. With more than 60 vegetarian dishes in all, the flavours are drawn from all over the world, from Italian-inspired aubergine crostinis to Burmese street food, as well as eirio (Kenyan vegetable mash), pinwheel samosas and blueberry chia puddings. The group started when two old school friends, Sangita Manek and Sheetal Mistry, were discussing how they both always made the same five dishes over and over again and their families were getting bored. So what if they swapped recipes? Before long there were four more friends in the mix, Alpa Lakhani, Anjana Natalia, Sonia Sapra and Deepa Jaitha, and the Peppercorn Passion cooking club was born. Sweet Chilli Friday is a collection of the recipes they have shared over the years; all are vegetarian, and the headline rule is to keep it simple. All are busy working mothers so these dishes are easy enough for most people to make at home on a midweek night for the whole family. They use ingredients most people will already have in the store cupboards and they taste great too.
Tea is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the world, second only to water. It can be drunk hot or cold, and can be made from the traditional tea plant or any number of herbs and spices, many of which have remarkable healing properties. In this beautifully designed book, herb expert Margaret Roberts explains how to make a perfect, delicious cup of tea that is also healing and refreshing. The teas are presented in alphabetical order according to their principal ingredient, the therapeutic values of which are explained. This charming, informative book is perfect for anyone interested in health, wellness, and using natural remedies to enhance their wellbeing.
Dr Sarah Myhill has been helping sufferers from debilitating chronic conditions for over 30 years with an approach that combines all the benefits of current scientific knowledge and medical testing and treatments with an expanding appreciation of the importance of nutrition and lifestyle. Her book with Craig Robinson, Prevent and Cure Diabetes, saw her arrive at the conclusion that the diet we should ALL be eating is one that combines Paleo principles (eating pre-agricultural, seasonal foods) with Ketogenic ones (fuel the body with fats and fibre, not with carbs). That book tells us WHY; now in this down-to-earth, highly practical cookbook, Sarah and Craig tell us HOW.
The Organic Food Handbook examines an important trend and provides a concise, easy-to-follow guide to eating and buying organic food. It clearly explains what organic food is and how it is produced, and where to buy it at the most economical prices. The book, also, covers: how conventional food poses threats to our health and environment; why organic is a healthier, safer choice for us all; how organic certification ensure that organic food is produced to the highest standards; and, how the high costs of conventional foods are hidden in the subsidies we support. As this book shows, organic food clearly benefits our personal health as well as the environment. Eating organic contributes to a more sustainable world and a healthier future.
A Whole Foods Primer describes the special characteristics that consumers should seek when shopping so they can identify the peak of nutritional flavour and value in whole foods. It, also, provides instruction on the best cooking techniques and storage conditions to help minimise nutritional losses and the best methods to preserve fresh foods for future use. Useful tips and suggestions to increase the consumption of whole foods easily and to encourage experimentation with unfamiliar ones are included, as are practical resources for recipes and cookbooks.
ProteinPow.com is the place for high-protein recipes using protein powder-Anna Sward was one of the pioneers to "think outside the shake". Nearly 100,000 followers wait daily for her innovative ideas. This cookbook gathers the latest in her delicious collection with a focus on protein powder bars, energy bites, mug cakes and cookies-items that are incredibly easy to make, taste great and can be taken to work, the gym... wherever and whenever a hit of protein is needed. Recipes include: Protein Chocolates, Cookie Dough Protein Bars, PB&J Protein Mug Cake and 3-Ingredient Protein Cookies.
Vibrant, bright and utterly alive - no other country is quite like Mexico. And the food is unique, complex and unreservedly delicious. To the uninitiated, Mexican food is deceptively simple, but these pages uncover the diverse recipes bound up in the history of the country and its cultural heritage, as Jane Mason guides you through the essentials of vegetarian Mexican cuisine. With three different coast lines, seven climate zones and far ranging altitudes, the sheer variety of plant life in Mexico is outstanding, and perfect for a range of vegetarian recipes. Some of the world's most favourite ingredients originate in this incredible country - from sweet potatoes, vanilla and tomatoes to beans, squash and avocados - and this book is packed full of recipes that make the most of these stunning ingredients. Each and every dish has a subtle balance of flavours and textures, and there is much to discover beyond tacos, burritos and guacamole. Delve into this mouth-watering book and uncover recipes such as: broad bean and cactus soup poblano peppers stuffed with cheese tamales with refried beans albondigas in a red chipotle sauce And not forgetting the ultimate recipe for basic beans and a vast array of salsas.
FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF WHAT MUMMY MAKES: COOK JUST ONCE FOR YOU AND YOUR BABY Let Rebecca Wilson, the mum behind @whatmummymakes, show you how to cook a week's worth of simple, healthy and tasty meals to wean your baby from 6 months while feeding the rest of the family, too. Rebecca's recipes are fresh, accessible, nutritious and made with the whole family in mind; you can cook just one meal for everyone, adults and children alike. Now, with this family meal planner, Rebecca aims to help mealtimes become even easier and take the stress out of feeding your family. There are 28 healthy recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as snacks and puds, plus space to record your baby's first 100 foods, the whole family's names and favourite meals. The book also includes sections that make organising shopping lists stress free. Follow the What Mummy Makes method and you'll find weaning can be a delicious breeze for the whole family.
You may like...
The Vegan Family Cookbook - Simple…
Anna Pippus Paperback
Feel Better In 5 - Your Daily Plan to…
Rangan Chatterjee Paperback (1)
Jamie Cooks Italy - From The Heart Of…
Jamie Oliver Hardcover (1)
Mokgadi Itsweng Paperback
BOSH! Healthy Vegan
Henry Firth, Ian Theasby Paperback (2)
All Sorts Of Healthy Dishes - The…
Chantal Lascaris Paperback (3)
Low Carb Is Lekker: Two
Ine Reynierse Paperback (11)
Ultimate Fit Food - Mouth-watering…
Gordon Ramsay Hardcover (4)
Super Food Family Classics
Jamie Oliver Hardcover (6)
A Healthier Family For Life…
Donna Crous Paperback