• General cookery & recipes

      The Everyday Diabetic Cookbook

      by Stella. Bowling

      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 today's 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 Association's 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.

    • Health & wholefood cookery

      The Everyday Wheat-free & Gluten-free Cookbook

      by Michelle. Berriedale-Johnson

      Coeliacs are people who suffer from a sensitive reaction to gluten, which is the protein found in wheat and rye. Similar substances are found in barley and oats.;Since gluten damages the lining of the small intestine of coeliacs, it makes their ability to absorb adequate nutrients from food difficult, which results in severe illness resembling malnutrition. Coeliacs may be acutely ill with weight loss, tiredness, lethargy and breathlessness.;The only treatment which can rectify a coeliac condition is a gluten-free diet. A coeliac must not eat any food which contains flour or wheat, barley or rye in any form. Ths means excluding bread, biscuits, crispbreads, cakes, pastry, pasta, breadcrumbs, semolina and food cooked in batter. Flour is also an ingredient in many tinned, packaged and processed foods as well as ready meals. A gluten-free diet can therefore pose major difficulties for the coeliac.;This recipe book offers 200 recipes using special gluten-free flours, breads and pasta now available on the market, many of which coeliacs can obtain on a doctor's prescription.

    • Cookery by ingredient

      The Everyday Dairy-free Cookbook

      Recipes for Lactose Intolerants

      by Miller. Rogers

      Lactose is the primary sugar found in milk. Digestion of lactose requires the enzyme lactase, which breaks lactose into simple sugars. When the intestine produces little or no lactase, milk sugar is not digested. New-born babies require high intestinal lactase levels for survival. Later in life though about two-thirds of all people lose the ability to procuce lactase. Most of the people who keep producing it throughout adulthood are those of European ancestry but in other ethnic groups - Mexican, Jewish, African, Asian and Native American - 75 to 100 percent of adults are lactose intolerant. Primary lactose intolerance may begin at any time but usually develops in early adolescence and continues through life.;Lactose intolerance means avoiding foods such as cream, butter, yoghurt, and ice cream as well as many prepared foods to which lactose is added such as bread, ceral, salad dressings, cake mixes, and frozen meals. This book explains all you need to know about this condition, how to tackle the problem and where to go for help and advise. As with the other titles in this "Everyday" series the book contains 200 recipes for family meals and there is a special section on catering for children.;There are recipes for soups, dips and starters, light meals, main dishes, fish dishes, vegetarian dishes, savoury sauces and accompaniments, salads and dressings, puddings, sweet sauces, sweets and treats, baking, pastry, breakfast, and beverages.

    • Food & Drink

      The Natural Energy Cookbook

      by Basant K. Puri

    • Popular medicine & health

      Diabetes Recipes from Around the World

      by Jane Frank

    • Cookery for specific diets & conditions

      The Basic Basics Diabetes Cookbook

      by Jane Frank

    • Cookery for specific diets & conditions

      Learn to Cook Wheat, Gluten and Dairy Free

      100 Step-by-step Recipes

      by Antoinette. Savill

    • Cookery for specific diets & conditions

      Cooking Gluten, Wheat and Dairy Free

      by Michelle. Berriedale-Johnson

    • Cookery for specific diets & conditions

      Diabetic Cooking for One and Two

      by Michelle. Berriedale-Johnson

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure

      The Lifestyle Diet

      How to create the perfect eating pattern for you

      by Judy ridgway

      The book offers a revolutionary new way to find the perfect diet for you. A detailed questionaire enables the reader to ascertain their own personal diet profile and to develop a personal eating plan to remain fit and healthy. There are hints and tips on how to keep to the new way of eating along with a selection of healthy recipes.

    • Cookery for specific diets & conditions

      Goodbye Gluten

      Happy Healthy Delicious Eating with a Texas Twist

      by Kim Stanford and Bill Backhaus

      There are many gluten-free cookbooks on the market, but none like Goodbye Gluten! Roughly one-third of people in the U.S. are either gluten intolerant or have celiac disease, and for these people, eating gluten can make them sick--very sick. The engaging team of Kim Stanford and Bill Backhaus represents both these audiences, and together they have developed over 200 flavorful and tempting recipes for all types of dishes, from appetizers to desserts. Goodbye Gluten is both a cookbook and shopping guide for people who do not want gluten in their diets and are tired of missing out on their favorite foods. In each recipe the authors use everyday brand names that can be found at your local grocery store, which means you no longer have to check labels to decipher if a product is gluten-free. Another appeal of the book is its use of Texas and Tex-Mex flavors to add a kick to what can be bland fare. Goodbye Gluten makes it easy to live the gluten-free lifestyle, because it is not just a diet, but a lifestyle. With 30 color photos of the completed dishes, even the most dedicated bread-lover will want to get into the kitchen and start cooking.

    • Health & Personal Development

      Look 20 When You're 40

      Anti-Aging Skin Care For Wrinkle-Free Flawless

      by Diana Polska

      Look 20 When You're 40 is a highly researched skin care guidebook with over 100 studies referenced. Although there are many many anti-aging products to choose from, there are only a few highly effective, scientifically proven anti-aging skin products that have been shown to stop and reverse aging.

    • Health & Personal Development

      Vibrant Health

      Comprehensive Guide to Achieve Perfect Health, High Energy, and Strong Immunity

      by Diana Polska

      Phenomenal health guidebook with over 550 scientific studies! Vibrant Health is a highly comprehensive holistic health guidebook with over 550 scientific studies referenced. It is a must-read for anyone looking to achieve high energy levels, strong immunity, and perfect physical health, as well as prevent or treat illness naturally.

    • Health & Personal Development

      Feel Good Now

      Achieve Permanent Happiness and Positive Emotions—Be More Successful In Life

      by Diana Polska

      Anyone can achieve and mantain a high level of happiness, positive emotions, intelligence, confidence, and sociability which ultimately leads to a better life. Learn to achieve permanent solutions to depression, anxiety, phobias, traumas, learning disabilities, as well as personality, and mental disorders. Based on solid scientific research, you will discover natural therapies that work.

    • Health & Personal Development

      Mediterranean Diet Cookbook

      Meal Plans and Recipes for a Healthy and Slim Body

      by Diana Polska

      THE BEST WAY TO LOSE WEIGHT AND ACHIEVE HEALTH A 4-week meal plan and 100 recipes for a slimmer and healthier body. The Mediterranean diet is the best way of eating to achieve a slim body and low body mass index. Studies show that it reduces weight gain and slows down age-related weight gain. It also prevents the development of obesity.

    • Cookery for specific diets & conditions
      October 2011

      Over 100 Fat-free Recipes

      by Elizabeth Jyothi Mathew

      With fast food and junk foods being the order of the day, thanks to our rushed modern existence, staying healthy is of prime importance. More often than not, we forego some of the most delicious food in order to stay healthy. Not anymore! It is not necessary to give up culinary delicacies to maintain good health. This book shows just how. The author offers recipes of dishes that are nutritious as well as low in calories and high on taste. This book takes readers on a journey of culinary experimentation with different recipes that can then be incorporated into a healthy lifestyle. The recipes are divided into four sections: *Vegetable Dishes *Meat and Poultry Dishes *Seafood Dishes and *Desserts. These calorie-counted recipes will help you maintain a Diet and Nutrition that includes various types of food, ensuring all your nutritional requirements are met. So, eat well and stay slim and healthy with Over 100 Fat-free Recipes.

    • Health & wholefood cookery
      February 2013

      Healing Power Of Foods

      Nature's Prescreption For Common Disease

      by Sunita Pant Bansal

      The book offers: *All the main food groups giving details about the medicinal uses of the commonly used foods from these groups. *Simple, practical and effective tips about how to make use of the medicinal plants. *Healthy recipes involving various foods that would provide nutritional as well as medicinal benefits.

    • Health & wholefood cookery
      January 2016

      High-carb Vegan

      by Julia Lechner | Anton Teichmann

      Eat a healthy and balanced diet on the basis of the new high-carb vegan nutritional concept: hearty carbohydrates, healthy proteins and fine sources of fats for wellbeing, satisfaction and energy right through the day. Nutritional value tables for every recipe provide an overview of calorific values, carbohydrates, proteins and fat. Why not try a high-carb lifestyle instead of dieting to cut back on unwanted fat and stay slim.

    • Cookery for specific diets & conditions
      August 2011

      Déjouer les allergies alimentaires

      by Marie-Josée Bettez, Éric Théroux

      Heralded as a “must-have tool,” “a culinary masterpiece” and even a “bible,” the first edition of How to Thwart Food Allergies was a resounding success in Quebec, where it quickly became a bestseller. This second edition, beautifully illustrated and more expansive than the first, includes 200 tasty and easy-to-make recipes, as well as several gourmet variations. The authors show that it is possible to prepare lasagna without cheese, mayonnaise without eggs or mustard, mousses and ices with coconut milk and (very moist) cakes without eggs or milk.Much more than a simple recipe book, this work teems with information, tricks of the trade and advice on how to understand food allergies and manage them better. The substitution chart alone is worth a look. Extremely complete, it helps you adapt your own recipes by eliminating problem ingredients. Now you can take real pleasure in food again by focusing on what you are allowed to eat instead of what you are not!

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