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beHealthy Cookbook

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To live a long healthy life you need to follow a nutritionally balanced diet, get adequate amounts of sleep and be physically active. ALW Publishing announced release of “beHealthy Cookbook” that provides 14 reduced calorie menu plans of 1680 calories each and over 100 recipes that are free of dairy, gluten, red meat, starch, yeast, citrus and table salt.

beHealthy Cookbook, by award-winning editor and recipe developer Annie Watts (2011, ALW Publishing, $20.00 Canadian), is a perfect gift for those you love. beHealthy Cookbook will inspire your family and friends to get fit and stay healthy. A cookbook that has easy-to-prepare delicious recipes using nutritious ingredients and focused on cutting out gluten, dairy, red meat, citrus, yeast and table salt from your diet. The daily menus offer nutritionally balanced meals and snacks all that your body needs to boost your energy. The menus present a way to keep your body nourished with all the correct proportions of proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals to build natural defenses against chronic diseases.

beHealthy Cookbook contains seafood and chicken dishes and is great for anyone looking for creative ways to work more fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes into their diet. Annie utilizes spices, herbs, and cooking techniques to enhance flavor. The focus is on creating appetizing dishes that are prepared with the minimum of fuss by using few ingredients that can be easily found in grocery stores that specialize in nutrient rich ingredients, for example, soy beans and quinoa. Despite the relative simplicity of these healthy dishes, they are still elegant enough to be served at dinner parties, especially the Crab Croquettes with Spicy Salsa, Grilled Chicken & Veggie Kebabs and Wasabi Crusted Salmon. Watts’ vegetable dishes are appealing and varied, including Salad with Raspberry Dressing, Cucumber and Dill Salad and Vegetable Rolls & Peanut Sauce. Watts’ desserts are equally appetizing, with Pumpkin Creme Brulees, Wild Berry Double Cream Crepes and Apricot Oat Cookies.

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