Eat What You Love Everyday

Eat What You Love Everyday

Book - 2014
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Eating healthy doesn't have to mean sacrificing the delicious, decadent food you crave. Koch shows you how to slash the sugar, fat, and calories-- while enjoying satisfying portions and great taste! Whether eating on-the-go, cooking for your family, or creating a special occasion meal, you'll find healthy eating tips and guilt-free goodness in this book!
Publisher: Philadelphia : Running Press, c2014
ISBN: 9780762451630
Call Number: 641.5635 K8115e
Characteristics: 350 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Legato, Steve


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Jul 26, 2018 reviews. 82% gave it 5 out of 5 stars!
5 out of 5 stars "My FAVORITE Cookbook! Recommend to anyone and everyone!"
I greatly appreciate that the ingredients lists are short with easy-to-find (and affordable) ingredients, and most recipes are quick enough for nearly any busy weeknight. Though I place a high value on feeding my family healthy foods, those other than myself don't like foods that "taste healthy" - there's no problem with that here, as everything tastes just as good (if not better than) the full-calorie, high-fat/sugar/etc. versions.
4 out of 5 stars "Each recipe includes nutritional information."
Love that the recipes are given with low-fat, reduced sugar items and that each one includes nutritional information. The book offers a variety of recipes.
5 out of 5 stars "Marlene Koch Has Done It Again!"
Low-calorie, low-fat, low-sugar, healthy recipes that are easy to prepare and taste delicous.
Also includes options for slow cooker. If you or someone you love has diabetes, you NEED these cookbooks. You won't be disappointed!
5 out of 5 stars "This book is by far one of my favorite cookbooks! Has many great recipes and I love ..."
November 21, 2015
Format: Hardcover|Verified Purchase
This book is by far one of my favorite cookbooks! Has many great recipes and I love that it shows the nutritional content. Makes cooking for my family much easier as some of my family members have strict diets of what they can eat. I love that there are low sugar and low carb recipes. Many times with cook books I will only find a few recipes to use and then never use the rest of the book. With this book, I find that planning meals for the week is much easier as I am excited to try new recipes. Would recommend this book for sure!

LRS1969 Jun 08, 2015

Sounds good... but is truly Junk Science. You simply can't have it both ways. Your body has energy requirements. Either via carbohydrate (very bad) or fats (very good if healthy - animal origin or plant oils that are saturated like Coconut oil or Palm Oil). If you have Low Carb (which this is NOT - it's recipes are loaded with carbohydrates) then you'll have no energy, High fatigue and eventually soon die as numerous early trappers and explorers discovered when they fell victim to the "rabbit starvation diet".

You can eat a lot of protein - tons of it. As long as it is eaten with a lot of fat. That's why fatty meat cuts (and organs) are much better than lean meat.

Low carb is NOT high protein... it's high fat.


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