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Following the bestselling success of Eat Shop Save, Dale Pinnock returns with the second television tie-in for the eponymous ITV series. Eat Shop Save 2 contains over 80 recipes accompanied by detailed nutritional information and carefully curated mealplanners to help you save money, time and look after your health. Each chapter highlights the key benefits of certain ingredients and food groups, while the straightforward recipes prove you can easily manage your weight without breaking the bank. Useful information including calorie counts, storecupboard suggestions and a dedicated chapter to Vegan and Vegetarian food make this an ideal companion to the time-poor, health-conscious, money-savers among us.
From TV's Eat Shop Save's resident chef and nutritionist, Dale Pinnock, comes the only book you will ever need to learn the basics of healthy cooking at home. Medicinal Chef Dale is the perfect teacher. He starts by explaining the benefits of types of ingredient like wholegrains, oils and meat and poultry, as well as cooking methods like stir-frying. The second part of the book is packed with 80 easy, everyday recipes that anyone can make and adapt in order to take a healthier path, now and forever. "The purpose of this book is to help you make sense of what healthy dishes look like, how they are composed, and what cooking methods you can use to create a healthy dish and get the best out of your ingredients." Dale Pinnock, BSc Human Nutrition, BSc Herbal Medicine, PgDip Nutritional Medicine
From Dale Pinnock, aka the Medicinal Chef, comes his fully updated and revised The Clear Skin Cookbook, which shows that we can all increase the appearance and overall radiance of our skin, simply by eating the right foods and incorporating a variety of macronutrients into our diets. This full colour cookbook is the definitive guide to understanding your skin's health and rejuvenating its youthfulness. Packed with mouth watering recipes - for breakfasts, soups, starters, mains, desserts, snacks and drinks - you will soon discover how easy it is to choose and prepare dishes that are not only tasty but which also enhance skin healing and help to combat the effects of ageing. The Medicinal Chef reveals the vital vitamins and magic minerals in everyday ingredients, which can maintain optimum skin health. The book includes help for all common skin conditions, from acne and eczema to psoriasis.
In this title, Dale investigates the explosion in diabetes and attempts to find out why and what you can do about it. The title is intended to help relieve both type- 1 and type-2 diabetes - using nutrition alongside conventional medicine - but, importantly, Dale believes diet alone can heal type-2 diabetes. In the first half of the book, Dale unpicks the physiology and anatomy of diabetes, showing how the modern diet causes insulin resistance and - ultimately - type-2 diabetes. But his mission is to correct that and, in the second half of the book, he provides the delicious tools to do so. A chart of low-GI foods will help you to get 'carb-smart'. Start the day with an Avocado and cheddar omelette with spicy salsa, or enjoy a speedy Chicken and lentil curry. Serve friends Tilapia fillets with pea, mint and feta mash and tomato salad, or even try a low-GI Cheesecake for pudding. Learn Dale's secrets for yourself and successfully eat your way to avoiding - or relieving - diabetes.
In this title, Dale tackles the issues people suffer with their digestion, trying to understand the reasons behind the conditions and - most importantly - how you can help yourself to relieve them. His approach is designed to work alongside conventional medical treatment. Dale believes you can relieve a whole spectrum of digestive symptoms via diet. He believes that making a long-term change to the way you eat is a far better path to good digestion than short-lived, difficult-to-follow diets. He tackles the physiology and anatomy behind each of a handful of the most common digestive complaints: bloating; constipation; IBS; inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn's and ulcerative colitis), and touches on reflux and food 'intolerance', too. He shows how the body digests different foodstuffs, therefore giving readers the tools they need to heal themselves, promote gut flora and avoid foods that can continue to ferment in the gut. The wonderful recipes in this book are divided into groups, depending on the gut condition they are intended to tackle. Lunch on Bean and corn quesadillas if you have constipation. To help relieve IBS, try Chicken and shiitake pad thai, or dine on Chicken meat loaf with roasted roots to help relieve inflammatory bowel disease. Every recipe is simple and quick to prepare with easy-to-find ingredients.
Food is more than just fuel; it's key in helping us live longer,
healthier lives. Looking carefully at the science of nutrition,
Dale Pinnock uses his culinary skills to create practical,
delicious dishes that are a pleasure to eat but also alleviate a
variety of ailments and illnesses. From antioxidant-rich
blueberries that aid the heart and circulation to shiitake
mushrooms to boost the immune system, these ingredients target the
skin; joints; respiratory, digestive, metabolic, and nervous
systems; and even fatigue and hangovers The recipes include Herbed
Mediterranean Frittata, Thai Fish Soup, a Roasted Vegetable and
Guacamole Open Sandwich, Wholemeal Bean Quesadillas, and-because
everyone deserves a sweet treat-Mint Chocolate No-Cheese Cake
In this title, Dale explains that heart disease is at epidemic proportions and rising, and attempts to find out why - and what we can do about it. His approach - using nutrition alongside conventional medicine - is to avoid the dietary baddies that may contribute to the problem. And he has some revolutionary ideas about what those might be. Dale shows how the heart works and gives you the tools you need to help yourself. His approachable, readable style reveals cardiovascular workings clearly. Dale peers inside the modern western kitchen storecupboard and shows what should be going into it with a comprehensive list of heart-healthy food. Vitally, he reveals what needs to be thrown out and never replaced - among them some startlingly common foods! Dale shows how easy it can be to incorporate powerful super-nutrients into your diet and what foods and supplements can provide them. Each recipe has a check-list showing the components it contains that are particularly heart-healthy. Start the day with a Salmon and asparagus frittata, dine sumptuously on Black olive and anchovy-stuffed chicken breast with sweet potato mash and finish it all off with Pears poached in spiced red wine. If these seem miles away from a conventional heart-healthy diet, that is because Dale believes much modern-day dietary advice is wrong. Learn his secrets for yourself and eat your way to better heart health.
The new book from the bestselling Medicinal Chef, Dale Pinnock, provides 80 new recipes to eat healthily day-in day-out. Dale acknowledges that breakfast is, for many people, the first hurdle in a healthy diet as time pressures force us to make unhealthy choices. Here Dale provides ideas from eggs royale, chilli chocamocha breakfast bomb, to an indulgent brunch of beetroot and smoked mackerel frittata. Throughout the day, snack on choc & nut oat bars or sesame chocolate fudge. Lunchbox ideas include Roast root and rocket salad with honey mustard dressing, Cheeky chicken & lettuce roll-ups and Miso mushroom noodle soup. The need to get food on the table quickly in the evening is answered with family-friendly dishes such as pad thai, green curry salmon burgers, cholesterol-busting chicken curry or one-pot Moroccan vegetable tagine. This new book also includes several healthy meat-based recipes such as a Chicken & pink grapefruit powerhouse salad or a healthy kebab to lure you away from the takeaway. Short explanations alongside every recipe highlight the incredible nutritional benefits of a wide range of ingredients we all know and love, and easy-to-use symbols show which bodily systems and conditions each recipe can help with. A special index lists recipes by the area of health they aid, including: Skin Joints and Bones Respiratory system Immune system Metabolic system Heart and circulation Digestive system Reproductive & urinary systems Dale feels passionately that making a long-term change to the way you eat is a far better path to good health than short-lived, difficult-to-follow diets. Simple, tasty, good for you - now it's never been easier to be healthy every day.
In "Healing Foods," author Dale Pinnock explains how the healing power of foods stretches beyond the realm of vitamins and minerals to involve a far more complex and wondrous group of biological compounds--phytochemicals Pinnock shows readers how many of these compounds, when properly delivered, can work as well as medicinal plants and even pharmaceutical drugs without the risk of side effects. Pinnock explains how to prepare dishes that are not only delicious, but also possess a powerful medicinal property. Think classic carrot and ginger soup, digestive tonic tea, dandelion salad, and more Complete with an A-Z guide to common medicinal foods, "Healing Foods" is your one-stop reference for remedying health woes through the power of food.
An instantly accessible, user-friendly, go-to guide to nutrition, this will become an invaluable resource in every home. Author Dale Pinnock is the Medicinal Chef and with his practical, authoritative advice, everyone can cut down on the family's common medical complaints, trips to the doctor, expensive medication and confusing health books. The book will begin with an indispensable alphabetical reference guide to common medical complaints - applicable to age groups from babies to the elderly - such as eczema, acid reflux, menstrual cramps, constipation, high blood pressure, fatigue and more. The second part of the book presents a list of the ingredients that will help you tackle specific ailments. The third part of the book addresses the key stages of life and outlines which basic nutritional rules you need to follow at different ages to maximise your wellbeing and help prevent illness. Other highlights of the book include an accessible look at vitamins and supplements - whether you should take them, when you should avoid them, and how to use them safely.
The fully revised and updated 'bible' on eating for health, from the medicinal chef Dale Pinnock. Medicinal Cookery is the only book you will ever need to understand and maximise health. Fully revised and updated as a beautiful full colour cookbook, it is packed with brand new photography and delicious recipes that target many of today's common chronic complaints, including digestive problems, heart and circulation conditions, issues concerning the immune and nervous systems and skin disorders.
In this title, Dale clearly explains how you can alleviate the symptoms of anxiety and depression by changing the way you eat. He unpicks the physiology and anatomy of anxiety and depression to show how diet can beneficially affect the hormones that alter mood. And don't think, in order to improve how you feel from day to day that you will be eating salad and tofu for ever. On the contrary, if starting your day with a Toasted muffin with smoked salmon, spinach and hollandaise sounds good, then this is the diet for you. Or try a sinus- (and mind-) clearing Salmon, avocado and wasabi wrap for lunch. A fabulous Thai-style seafood noodle soup or fish pie will also help you maintain a healthy mindset, while Chocolate crunch pots will put a smile on your face as it also works to help relieve your symptoms.
In this brand new cookbook, The Medicinal Chef explains the secret to staying healthy, happy and energized - not just now but for the rest of your life.Forget fussy, faddy diets forever. By following three basic principles - mastering blood sugar, fatty acids and nutrient density - you can boost your wellbeing and make a long-term change to your health.Dale Pinnock, bestselling author and nutritional expert, has devised 80 recipes and guiding principles that will minimize your chance of being affected by some of the diseases that are becoming epidemic, such as diabetes, heart disease, obesity and cancer. The recipes are straightforward, easy to follow and are made with easy to-find ingredients - and taste so good that this will become your go-to book for healthy, satisfying meals for every occasion.
**THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER** Television tie-in Eat Shop Save contains over 80 recipes to restore sanity to the challenges of family cooking. Focusing on the time-poor in particular, these delicious meals will put a smile on the fussiest of eaters and entice families with chapters such as: Quick After Work Suppers, Favourites with a Facelift and Something Sweet (but good for you). Food is just the beginning. Using smart shopping and meal planning as a basis, you'll find tips to get organised, save money and free up precious time. - Weekly meal planners in each chapter help you save money - Make your own quicker, healthier 'takeaways' - Hide vegetables for fussy eaters - Become a smart shopper - Upcycle leftover ingredients - Give classic dishes a facelift
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