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Eat Happy

Author : Anna Vocino
ISBN : 1941536883
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 52. 21 MB
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Eat Happy has 154 delicious grain-free, gluten-free recipes also free of processed sugars. If you are low carb, paleo, dealing with autoimmune issues, or just want to lose weight, Eat Happy gives you top notch comfort food/easy-to-make recipes, eliminating processed foods from your kitchen. You won't miss the sugars or the grains, and you'll make both your body and your brain happy!

Fitness Confidential

Author : Vinnie Tortorich
ISBN : 1939337925
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 68. 16 MB
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"For decades, Vinnie Tortorich has been Hollywood's go-to guy for celebrities and athletes looking to get fit fast. Now, in this hilarious, R-rated memoir, Hollywood's most outrageous personal trainer exposes the fitness world while getting you into shape." --P. [4] of cover.

Danielle Walker S Against All Grain Meals Made Simple

Author : Danielle Walker
ISBN : 162860042X
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 47. 49 MB
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Beloved food blogger and New York Times bestselling author Danielle Walker is back with over 100 new Paleo recipes in her sophomore cookbook, Meals Made Simple—a collection of gluten-free, dairy-free, and Paleo-friendly recipes for easy weeknight meals. Diagnosed with an autoimmune disease at twenty-two, Danielle Walker spent many years in and out of the hospital and on high dosages of debilitating medications before taking her health into her own hands and drastically changing her diet. In a true lemons-to-lemonade story, Danielle transformed her adversities into opportunities and created her wildly successful blog, Against All Grain, in an effort to help those in need eat well and feel great, without feeling deprived. With recipes that make cooking for the grain-free family both easy and enjoyable, Meals Made Simple answers the age-old question: “What’s for dinner?” Danielle Walker takes the guesswork out of meal planning with eight weeks’ worth of dinner ideas, complete with full shopping lists and recipes for using up leftovers. Whether we’re moms, students, or business owners, at the end of the day we all want fresh, home-cooked meals that are easy to prepare. And we want lots of variety. Preparing real foods can be time-consuming and monotonous, but Danielle brings both simplicity and creativity to the everyday meal with an enthusiasm for flavors and textures that are often lacking in easy weeknight dishes. Meals Made Simple includes a variety of slow cooker, one-pot, and thirty-minute meals, as well as ways to create entirely new dishes from leftovers. As in her critically acclaimed first cookbook, Against All Grain, Danielle offers special “tidbits” to help ensure that your meals turn out picture-perfect. The vibrant flavors and colors in these grain-free dishes, like slow-cooked Pork Ragu, Beef Stroganoff, Peruvian-Style Chicken, Chicken and Rice Casserole, and Barbecue Salmon with Peach Salsa, add delight to any meal and put an end to all those nights of mundane grilled chicken and steamed vegetables. Even the desserts are quick to make, should a craving or a last-minute celebration arise. Features include · make-ahead options · 8 weeks’ worth of dinner ideas · nutritional facts for every recipe · shopping lists for fast grocery runs · suggestions for how best to use leftovers · slow cooker, one-pot, and 30-minute recipes

Eat Well Eat Happy

Author : Charity Ferreira
ISBN : 1616284552
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 45. 76 MB
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More than 100 deliciously varied and healthful recipes to suit any mood, palate, or occasion. Includes dozens of ideas for incorporating superfoods into your menus. Deliciously varied and healthful recipes to suit every mood, palate, and season, gorgeous photographs to inspire you in the kitchen, and superb ideas for incorporating superfoods into your menus. The more we learn about how to eat for optimal energy, vitality, and well-being, the more simple and plain the message becomes. The best way to eat healthy is to eat well, savoring all the delights the table has to offer. Discard any notions you may have of nibbling a stalk of celery or dining on grapefruit. Eating well is not an exercise in self-denial. Eating well means enjoying a balanced variety of all the foods nature gives us, as close to their natural state as possible: fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables; honest whole grains; carefully produced organic meat and dairy; and lean and flavorful seafood, all cooked simply and seasoned generously with aromatic herbs and spices. A chef by training, author Charity Ferreira is devoted to enjoying good food, but she also knows how to bring graceful balance to the table. In this book you’ll find delightfully easy ways to prepare some of the healthiest, most naturally delicious foods nature has provided for us, from antioxidant packed superfoods like avocado and pumpkin to protein- and fiber-rich farro wheat and cannellini beans. As you cook your way through these pages, you may be surprised to find that many of these healthy choices are foods you already love. From Chicken & Mango Salad with Chutney Vinaigrette and Pork Tenderloin with Thyme & Figs to Sesame Noodles with Peanut Sauce and Spice-Rubbed Snapper with Lime & Cilantro, the dishes on this menu prove that eating well is no penance, but simply a pleasure.

What A Good Eater

Author : Alessandra Macaluso
ISBN : 0997532300
Genre :
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What a Good Eater! is a baby and toddler cookbook filled with wholesome, family-friendly recipes designed to promote a well-rounded eater right from the get-go. It is written by two moms who believe that introducing flavorful foods using herbs and spices and exposing children to a variety of colors, flavors, and textures while they are young encourages openness, minimizes picky-eating habits, and sets the stage--and table--for positive future family meal experiences.

The Paleo Kitchen

Author : Juli Bauer
ISBN : 1628600101
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 60. 38 MB
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The two top Paleo bloggers have come together to write the ultimate Paleo cookbook with over 100 recipes! George Bryant and Juli Bauer, two of the most insightful and well-respected Paleo powerhouses, have united to bring a myriad of bold and delectable gluten- & grain-free Paleo recipes straight from their kitchens to yours in their new cookbook, The Paleo Kitchen. Together, George and Juli have masterfully created daring flavor combinations that will bring your Paleo experience to a whole new level. This beautiful cookbook offers full-color photos along with tips, tricks, and anecdotes straight from the clever minds of these culinary mavericks. The Paleo Kitchen boasts more than 100 recipes, from appetizers, entrées, and side dishes to decadent desserts, that are sure to invigorate and please the fearless caveman palate. Recipes include: • Sage and Shallot Delicata Squash Soup • Citrus Mint Sugar Salad • Blackberry Lavender Muffins • Banana Chip French Toast • Four-Layer Bacon and Beef Casserole • Creamy Seafood Risotto • Asian Marinated Asparagus • Spinach and Artichoke Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms • Blueberry Cheesecake • Lime Pound Cake with Coconut Lime Frosting. Experience the Paleo you never thought possible!

Eat Real Food Or Else

Author : Lien Nguyen
ISBN : 0986252018
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 80. 96 MB
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Can you trust your health to the food industry or rely on governmental dietary recommendations?

Estrogeneration

Author : Anthony Jay
ISBN : 1946546003
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File Size : 52. 41 MB
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Very Veggie Family Cookbook

Author : Sara Ask
ISBN : 9781910904244
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 52. 94 MB
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In a time when more and more people turn their eyes away from the meat counter and look at the vegetables on offer instead, the question of cooking for a young family raises its head. For many people this is a thorny issue, because what are you supposed to make when cooking vegetarian food for the whole family? Will everyone be satisfied and full enough? Will the children even taste it? This book contains 60 vegetarian recipes adapted for the family, divided into chapters based on the time it takes to cook them. There are recipes that take only 20 minutes on a stressful day after work, but also dishes for nights in the week when you might be able to spend a bit longer than half an hour on dinner. And recipes for the weekend that are a bit more demanding, but also a bit more luxurious. There are also recipes for finger food, good snacks, yummy desserts and lots of practical tips. This book is for anyone who is looking for vegetarian cooking inspiration. Whether the aim is for your family to do without meat now and then, or whether you already cook lots of veggie food but are bored with your old recipes.The Very Veggie Family Cookbook is a colourful, stylish, fun and large source of inspiration in your kitchen.

Shrinkage Manhood Marriage And The Tumor That Tried To Kill Me

Author : Bryan Bishop
ISBN : 9781466835337
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 42. 73 MB
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A New York Times bestseller! An Amazon Best Books of 2014 selection "If you're reading this, it means I'm already dead. Just kidding." In 2009, at thirty years old, Bryan Bishop's life was right on track. Known to millions as "Bald Bryan," the sidekick and soundman on the record-setting podcast, The Adam Carolla Show, his radio career was taking off. He was newly engaged. Then, he and his fiancée Christie were delivered a crushing blow when he was diagnosed with a brain stem glioma—an inoperable brain tumor. Suddenly Bryan's promising future was transformed into a grueling schedule of radiation and chemotherapy while facing his mortality. In this poignant narrative that is alternately heartbreaking and hysterical, Bishop shares the surreal experiences of writing his will with the bravado of a pulp novelist, taking chemo in a strip club, and (technically) the closest he ever got to achieving his lifelong dream of a threesome—when a physical therapist had to show his wife how to bathe him in the shower during his weakened state. Whether recounting his search for the most aggressive form of treatment, how radiation treatment jeopardized his ability to (literally) walk down the aisle or even smile for his wedding photos, or recalling the time his wife inadvertently drugged him in a pool in Maui, Bishop's inimitable voice radiates through his story. As the author celebrates how treatment shrunk his tumor and gave him a new lease on life, Shrinkage reveals the resilience of the human spirit—and the power of laughter—during even the darkest times.

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