256 pages, 3.74 × 3.15 × 0.49 in
October 1, 2008
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 1933231424
ISBN - 13: 9781933231426
About the Book
With so many simple and tasty recipes--as well as exercise tips and sections on healthy cooking methods--this guide to healthy eating is sure to become an essential resource for anyone seeking a well-balanced lifestyle.
From the Publisher
If you're ready to feel great and take charge of your health (and your family's), then this book is for you.
Relax! Just because the recipes in this book are "healthy" doesn't mean you have to give up the foods you love. This book offers a simple, enjoyable approach to delicious and healthful cooking that anyone can master. This is no diet book - the recipes are neither fat-free, sugar-free or sodium-free - rather, it is a daily guide to gradually changing your cooking habits to include a wide variety of nutritious foods: fruits and vegetables, meats and fish, whole grains and even sweets. Over time, you'll find that a positive transformation has taken place, without you even knowing it! You'll feel better, look better and save time while making fabulous meals the whole family will enjoy.
The best approach to building a healthy lifestyle is a balanced approach - none of those restrictive fad diets, splurging on the latest workout equipment or popping the vitamin du jour. Nor must you deny yourself the occasional slice of chocolate cake. Instead, we'll help you make positive choices that support your lifestyle while gradually developing a healthier way of cooking and eating.
About the Author
Elizabeth Alston was at Woman's Day for 16 years as Food Editor and Executive Food Editor. She is the author of best-selling books The New Woman's Day Cookbook (Filipacchi Publishing, 2005), The Woman's Day Cookbook (Viking, 1995), Biscuits and Scones (Clarkson Potter, 1988) and Muffins (Random House, 1984).