Healthy Cooking Recipes Being Healthy in an Unhealthy World One of the hardest things we can do in today’s world is keep our bodies healthy. Yes, we might have the means, but we simply do not have the knowledge! If you step outside you will see dozens of fast food restaurants, all offering deals that seem too good to be true, and they probably are. Sure you’ll get your fill, but how will your body feel afterward? How do we compensate for the extra fat and the high amounts of salt that we insist on eating every single day. Did you know that the average American consumes twice the recommended salt content in a given year? Before you reach for that salt shaker again however, you might want to consider what this book has to say. From natural recipes, to meal planning, and even smoothies, you will find that this book is a gateway to a healthier lifestyle. Everyone has a different body type and what works for one person may not work for another, but that doesn’t mean you can’t try. After all, you owe it to yourself to live a healthy lifestyle!
Sample Recipes Include:
- Stir Fry with Seven Vegetables
- Orange and Lemon Seared Tuna
- Turkey Wrap with Cream Cheese
- Potato Soup with Watercress
- Coleslaw with Cranberries and Red Onion
- Victoria’s Savory Smoothie
- Sundried Tomato Spread
Our zucchini harvest came just in time for me to test out one of the recipes in “Healthy Cooking Recipes: Being Healthy in an Unhealthy World.” I make sure to test a few recipes in cookbooks before I leave a review of them. It’s the only way to leave an honest review. As for our orgnaic zucchini garden harvest, I put some of it to good use in the “Zucchini Fritters” recipe. LOVED the addition of the chia seeds – not something you find in a lot of recipes. DELISH! Then I tried out the “Coleslaw with Cranberries and Red Onions” recipe. Whoa. Party in my mouth! Loved the addition of the dried cranberries as well as the Agave nectar. It all came together perfectly and both will be new staples in my healthy diet.
~ Reviewed by TK H.