Master Plants Cookbook

Author: Margarita Restrepo
Editor: Running Press
ISBN: 0762460253
Size: 14,20 MB
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Food isn’t just food, it can be medicine! A plant-based, whole-food diet can help prevent chronic diseases, while also promoting a healthy weight. This isn’t just a modern concept that’s supported by today’s science, but a knowledge that’s deeply entrenched in our collective food history. Master Plants Cookbook, from the founder and chef for Naked Food© magazine, takes you on a fascinating journey of discovery that spans ancient civilizations, and links the wisdom of our ancestors with the magnificent power of foods we can still enjoy today. The plants and grains that these ancient cultures grew, ate, and thrived on remain the most powerful foods for our own optimum health. And by incorporating these 33 “Master” plants into your diet—from avocados, lentils, and beets to sweet potatoes, blueberries, and chia—you can benefit from their detoxifying, immune-boosting, health-promoting powers. With more than 100 delectable and easy recipes including “Himalayan Rice,” “Machu Picchu’s Quinoa Cookies,” and “Incan Mango Pudding,” Master Plants Cookbook draws on the best of ancient traditions to spark a new love for real, organic cuisine that packs a powerful healing punch. Whether you are already well on the road to a plant-based way of eating, or just need a little push, Master Plants will empower you to eat your way to your healthiest, most radiant self.

Dr Mcdougall S Digestive Tune Up

Author: John A. McDougall
Editor: Book Publishing Company
ISBN: 9781570671845
Size: 11,18 MB
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Learn how to heal or prevent a plethora of digestive disorders that plague our society by adopting the dietary principles and lifestyles program recommended in this book. Includes recipes.

Oxford Handbook Of Food Ethics

Author: Anne Barnhill
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199372268
Size: 15,33 MB
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Academic food ethics incorporates work from philosophy but also anthropology, economics, the environmental sciences and other natural sciences, geography, law, and sociology. Scholars from these fields have been producing work for decades on the food system, and on ethical, social, and policy issues connected to the food system. Yet in the last several years, there has been a notable increase in philosophical work on these issues-work that draws on multiple literatures within practical ethics, normative ethics and political philosophy. This handbook provides a sample of that philosophical work across multiple areas of food ethics: conventional agriculture and alternatives to it; animals; consumption; food justice; food politics; food workers; and, food and identity.

The Naked Foods Cookbook

Author: Margaret Floyd
Editor: New Harbinger Publications
ISBN: 1608823202
Size: 17,18 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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There’s nothing better than taking a bite of a delicious meal you’ve prepared, knowing that each ingredient is helping create a more gorgeous you! Eating “naked” foods—nutrient-dense, additive-free whole foods— helps you lose weight and vastly improves the way you look and feel. And with this book, it’s easier than ever to make naturally tasty naked meals you can feel good about eating and serving to others. Written by Margaret Floyd, author of Eat Naked, and chef to the stars James Barry, The Naked Foods Cookbook includes over 150 gluten-free recipes for simple dishes that bring out the natural flavors and nutrients of fresh, whole foods. The benefits of eating naked are lifelong, and you can start seeing results within the week. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to enjoy the naked foods your body craves. Your body will love you for it, and you will love your body! Learn how to make delicious, naked comfort foods: • Grainless granola • Ketchup (with probiotics!) • Raw chocolate fudge • Nut-crusted pesto chicken • Noodle-less lasagna • Cheesy kale chips • Gluten-free pizza dough • Quinoa tabouleh • Sweet potato shepherd’s pie • Maple-sage pork tenderloin

Raw Food Romance 30 Day Meal Plan Volume I

Author: Melissa Raimondi
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781507723609
Size: 15,73 MB
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Thirty days of savory, comforting, salty, sweet, and healing whole foods pack this volume which is at once part recipe book, and part guidebook. These recipes, this plan, brings into your hands an easy plan to succeed eating as a raw vegan. All straight from the life of a woman now 70 pounds lighter, whose recipes have thrashed her cravings and any desire to look back at what she was before. This book contains a meal plan with shopping lists, guides for items to always have on hand, daily estimated calorie intakes, prep tips for upcoming meals and lots of new and mouthwatering raw vegan recipe ideas, including some of Lissa's most famous creations.

Food Love

Author: Tess Challis
Editor:
ISBN: 9781522964889
Size: 13,30 MB
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FOOD LOVE contains over 100 scrumptious vegan recipes that just so happen to be good for you. Tess Challis has mastered the art of making healthy food taste phenomenal and she shares her favorite recipes with you here.

Naturally Lean

Author: Allyson Kramer
Editor: Da Capo Lifelong Books
ISBN: 0738218561
Size: 19,90 MB
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The tastiest 300 calories you’ll ever eat!—healthy, low fat, vegan and gluten-free recipes—from a beloved blogger and author.

The Vegetarian Athlete S Cookbook

Author: Anita Bean
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1632866447
Size: 18,48 MB
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For anyone who takes fitness seriously--from committed to weekend athletes--the vegetarian recipes of bestselling author and nutritionist Anita Bean will fuel workouts and aid recovery. The way we eat is changing. More and more of us are opting to eat fewer animal products or to cut them out entirely. Eating well to support a training regimen presents its own challenges, but as celebrated nutritionist Anita Bean shows, it is possible to eat delicious, healthy food and reach your athletic potential. Her new cookbook offers athletes-from weekend warriors to professionals-more than one hundred easy-to-prepare vegetarian and vegan recipes for breakfast, main meals, snacks, and more to allow the kind of performance every athlete aspires to, featuring gorgeous food photography and nutritional information for every recipe.

Whole Protein Vegetarian Delicious Plant Based Recipes With Essential Amino Acids For Health And Well Being

Author: Rebecca Ffrench
Editor: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 1581575769
Size: 18,56 MB
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A cookbook that takes the guesswork out of combining protein sources, to provide delicious, complete protein meals Are you afraid you won’t get enough protein—or the right kind—from a plant-based diet? Many grains, beans, leafy greens, and nuts contain fewer than all nine of the essential amino acids that comprise a complete, or “whole” protein, unlike animal-based proteins, which are more likely to be complete. This is an easy fix: Include a wide variety of plant-based foods over the course of a day and you’ll get the complementary proteins you need. These delicious recipes will get you started on the road to a healthy, plant-based diet.

Nutritional Healing With Chinese Medicine

Author: Ellen Goldsmith
Editor: Robert Rose
ISBN: 9780778805847
Size: 14,59 MB
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East meets West in the kitchen with the nourishing treasures of Chinese Medicine. Food can be the most powerful medicine. This outstanding book introduces and teaches how to apply the ancient wisdom and traditions of the healing that comes through food according to Chinese medicine. This is a new way of thinking about what foods are needed to achieve balance and ultimately improve health. Goldsmith provides a keen and comprehensive understanding behind the basic principles of Chinese medicine so they can be easily applied to day-to-day lives. She takes these same concepts, expands on them for the food to eat in order to maximize the benefits of Chinese dietary therapy. Eating well is essential to good health and Chinese medicine believes that food truly is medicine. In an easy-to-understand and straightforward manner, Ellen explains how and which combination of foods and flavors act upon the body to move qi (energy) and how they act on the body to warm or cool. Many of the modern day chronic health problems caused by lifestyle, genetics and stress can be helped by distinctive and long lasting changes in the way we eat. 200 enticing recipes organized by season put the theory of Chinese medicine into practice. There are meals that are appropriate for each season from breakfast to dinner, including beverages and desserts. All the recipes are super straightforward, easy to assemble and easily adapted to meet your needs, desires and tastes.