Healing Superfoods for Anti-Aging
Stay Younger, Live Longer
(Hearst, January 2017)
We know that eating well can make us slimmer and healthier—but it profoundly affects our health and longevity, too!. This life-changing book is an anti-aging plan made easy. Fast moving and filled with fun nuggets of easy-to-follow advice, Healing Superfoods for Anti-Aging is divided into two sections: the first hones in on nourishing our bodies from the inside to prevent chronic disease and maximize health, while the second focuses on ways to reverse the physical signs of aging. It serves up 101 superfoods like edamame, chia, pecans, and salmon that are guaranteed to help you live longer and stronger. Ninety-six recipes contain the most potent foods proven to help you look younger, increase energy and mental focus, and lower the risk of ailments such as heart disease, strokes, cancer, and diabetes. Weekly meal plans even include special menus for anyone on gluten-free, low-carb, or vegetarian diets. Enjoy good-for-you and good-tasting dishes, including Greek-Style Tilapia, Couscous with Chickpeas, a Mexican Burrito Bowl, and even snacks like Chocolate Chili Popcorn.
The Calendar Diet
A Month by Month Guide to Losing Weight While Living Your Life
(Wagging Dog Press, 2012)
If you’ve ever been on a diet before, you probably noticed that life got in the way. Holidays, long weekends, summer barbeques, and vacations can derail even the most dedicated dieter’s efforts. The Calendar Diet fixes that. In a month-by-month format, this book will help you navigate your biggest seasonal eating challenges as well as lulls in motivation. Using a three-pronged approach The Calendar Diet delivers easy-to-follow diet advice, delicious recipes based on seasonal ingredients and produce, and a season-by-season exercise plan that guarantees success all year long.
Inside You’ll Find:
- A comprehensive, doctor-designed weight loss plan.
- 52 delicious, healthful seasonal recipes to guide you through winter, spring, summer and fall.
- Practical diet suggestions for every holiday and seasonal diet trap of the year.
- Behavioral tips, strategies and exercises to keep you on track all year long.
- A calorie-blasting, total body conditioning workout that you can customize to fit your lifestyle.
Healthy in a Hurry
Simple, Wholesome Recipes for Every Meal of the Day
(Weldon Owen, 2012)
If you’re trying to fit wholesome, good-for-you meals into your hectic schedule, this solution-oriented cookbook is the guide you’ve been waiting for. Using fresh, whole ingredients, Healthy in a Hurry delivers recipes for delicious dishes that you can prepare any time of day. Organized by course including breakfast, starters and snacks, lunch, dinner, sides, and dessert—its recipes are packed with nutrients and flavor and most are simple enough to prepare in under 30 minutes. Loaded with useful tips and strategies for healthy eating and friendly advice on shopping, prepping in advance, and cooking smarter, Healthy In A Hurry provides real solutions for creating nutrient-packed meals no matter how busy your schedule.
The Baby and Toddler Cookbook
Fresh, Homemade Foods for a Healthy Start
(Weldon Owen, 2010)
Making fresh, homemade meals for your baby or toddler is one of the best ways to give him a healthy, happy start in life. And while every parent can appreciate the convenience of already-prepared foods, balancing them with wholesome homemade meals not only provides better nutrition, but also teaches your baby good eating habits. The Baby & Toddler Cookbook, shows you how. Packed with over 90 recipes and loads of nutritional information, this user friendly guide makes cooking healthy meals easy, even for busy parents. By setting aside only a few hours a week, you can make and store nutritious foods to keep baby happy and healthy.
All along the way, this book will give you helpful hints, guidance, and plenty of recipes to ease the path to optimal nutrition. Each chapter begins with detailed information about your child’s nutritional needs. Organized by age, easy to follow recipes will show you how to introduce different, appropriate foods at every development stage, from 6 months to 3 years. You’ll learn about starting solids, introducing new ingredients and textures, and easing into the toddler years – with plenty of ideas for fun meals, snacks, and desserts.