You Are What You Eat Cookbook: More Than 150 Healthy and Delicious Recipes

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You Are What You Eat Cookbook: More Than 150 Healthy and Delicious Recipes

Based on the BBC America TV show “You Are What You Eat,” this cookbook contains more than 150 healthy and delicious recipes for sumptuous, slimming, and nutritionally sound food, including juices and smoothies, soups, salads, main meals, and more. Full color.


Top Reviewer #2 ChandlersReviewsAtYahooDotCom says:

Diet and health bliss…really really great stuff I collect healthy cookbooks. I’m a natural foods chef. It’s an addiction. That said, I’ve also watched Gillian McKeith when she had the “You are What You Eat” show on. She is an amazing doctor that is able to find the root cause of health issues rather than just treat the issues. Since watching her show, I’ve heard more and more doctors begin studying the tongue, the eyes, the skin, etc in the very things she mentions on TV and in many of her books to tell you what’s going on with your body…and often it does begin with a bad diet.The difference in this cookbook is it’s not just a healthy cookbook or a weight loss makes you healthy with foods that enrich many things…your liver, kidney, skin, for example. You just feel so GOOD and light after these meals. And your body responds.I have many of her books, but this is my absolute favorite as I feel it’s the most full of easy to do recipes, it’s full of great smoothies, things I really love eating, and some of the healthiest meals on the planet…she remembers healthy and light proteins, monounsaturated fats, amino acids…you spend a month on these meals and you will feel and look different. At least I did.Of all the books I have by the author, this was my favorite purchase.

wogan says:

A formula to eat This book contains many healthy recipes that follow Gillian McKeith’s formula for well-being. However these will probably not be recipes that the younger members of a family with `picky’ appetites will look forward to; i.e. fruit salad with warm pear sauce, eggplant and chick pea tagine. You will have more than 150 recipes of a different sort to serve though.Gillian’s guidelines contain the philosophy: “her way or the highway”. She describes her guidelines, her viewpoint and gives several checklists to get you organized if you desire to try her ideas. The recipes include; juices and smoothies, breakfasts, soups, salads and lunch box meals, main meals, snacks, treats, stocks, sauces and dressings. There are not many pictures of the completed recipes themselves.This would be good for those who want to try a formula for healthy eating.

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