The Lighthearted Cookbook

Recipes for Healthy Heart Cooking

Author: Anne Lindsay



Category: Cooking

Page: 245

View: 812

This book, published in co-operation with the Canadian Heart Foundation, contains 200 healthy and mouth-watering recipes from a Seafood Lettuce Roll appetiser to Strawberry Mousse. These quick and easy recipes, many with microwave instructions, are based on the Canadian Heart Foundation's dietary recommendations and are accompanied by a nutritional analysis listing useful information such as amount of fat, calories, cholesterol, carbohydrates and sodium. A practical Lifestyle section offers helpful tips on feeding a family on the run, on teaching children healthy eating habits, on eating out, and on cooking for one. In addition, Canadian Diabetic Food Choice Values are given for all recipes. In short, The Lighthearted Cookbook contains everything you need to put your healthy heart plan into action. It's deliciously simple

Hog and Hominy

Soul Food from Africa to America

Author: Frederick Douglass Opie

Publisher: Columbia University Press


Category: Cooking

Page: 258

View: 625

“Opie delves into the history books to find true soul in the food of the South, including its place in the politics of black America.”— Frederick Douglass Opie deconstructs and compares the foodways of people of African descent throughout the Americas, interprets the health legacies of black culinary traditions, and explains the concept of soul itself, revealing soul food to be an amalgamation of West and Central African social and cultural influences as well as the adaptations blacks made to the conditions of slavery and freedom in the Americas. Sampling from travel accounts, periodicals, government reports on food and diet, and interviews with more than thirty people born before 1945, Opie reconstructs an interrelated history of Moorish influence on the Iberian Peninsula, the African slave trade, slavery in the Americas, the emergence of Jim Crow, the Great Migration, the Great Depression, and the Civil Rights and Black Power movements. His grassroots approach reveals the global origins of soul food, the forces that shaped its development, and the distinctive cultural collaborations that occurred among Africans, Asians, Europeans, and Americans throughout history. Opie shows how food can be an indicator of social position, a site of community building and cultural identity, and a juncture at which different cultural traditions can develop and impact the collective health of a community. “Opie goes back to the sources and traces soul food’s development over the centuries. He shows how Southern slavery, segregation, and the Great Migration to the North’s urban areas all left their distinctive marks on today’s African American cuisine.”—Booklist “An insightful portrait of the social and religious relationship between people of African descent and their cuisine.”—

From the Table of My Memory

Food, Friends, Travel : a Memoir with Recipes

Author: Urmila Jithoo

Publisher: Juta and Company Ltd


Category: Cooking

Page: 136

View: 891

This book takes one from the pungency of the Durban market to the beauties of Kashmir, from the Silver Palate gourmet shop in New York to the gardens of England. It is a memoir of friendships, foreign places, the delights of the palate, and the enjoyment of life. The author has traveled extensively and the book reflects a growing international and local trend for people on the move, at home in more cultures than just one, with a taste for more adventurous eating. The collection of recipes is interwoven with reminiscences of the people and places that have inspired the author through the years. The common thread joining the variety of dishes in this food memoir is the authors enthusiasm for good food and the joy she has found in cooking for friends and family.

Personal Nutrition.

Author: Marie Ann Boyle

Publisher: Cengage Learning


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 624

View: 425

PERSONAL NUTRITION, 7th Edition, helps you acquire the skills and knowledge you need to become a savvy evaluator of the nutrition issues and controversies you will encounter throughout your life. Presented in a vibrant design with clarifying figures, many

Diabetic Cookbook for Two: 125 Perfectly Portioned, Heart-Healthy, Low-Carb Recipes

Author: Jennifer Koslo, RD

Publisher: Callisto Media Inc.


Category: Cooking

Page: 216

View: 239

Banish bland… you can both enjoy dinner. A diagnosis of diabetes for yourself or a loved one can be frightening and overwhelming—especially when it comes to what to put on your plate. But with a few tweaks to your favorite dishes, managing diabetes doesn’t have to mean relegating yourself (or your sweetie) to culinary boredom. Diabetic Cookbook for Two offers: • 125 recipes tasty enough for anyone to enjoy, regardless of restrictions • Handy nutritional information for all recipes, including carb counts • Tips for cooking together and meal planning • 10 ingredients to keep on hand for when you need to throw dinner together in a hurry Create super-satisfying, heart-healthy, low-carb meals just for two with Diabetic Cookbook for Two.

Convertible Cooking for a Healthy Heart

How to Turn Your Favorite Recipes Into Low-fat, Low-cholesterol Delicious Dishes

Author: Joanne D'Agostino

Publisher: Hastings House Pub


Category: Cooking

Page: 151

View: 605

A guide to strengthening the heart through a healthful diet shows readers how to change such favorite meals as Seafood Bisque, Manicotti, Corn Bread, and Apple Crumb Pie into healthy ones, presenting instructions, illustrations, and nutritional information.

Gluten-Free Cooking For Dummies

Author: Danna Korn

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Cooking

Page: 384

View: 366

Prepare gluten-free dishes that are delicious and nutritious Want to create tasty gluten-free meals and snacks? Gluten-Free Cooking For Dummies is loaded with more than 150 wheat-and gluten-free recipes. These sweet, spicy, and aromatic dishes prove that living the gluten-free lifestyle can be not only fun and easy, but delicious and nutritious too! This practical, guide shows you how to find and select the right ingredients and prepare classic healthy dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. You'll find out what you can and can't use in gluten-free cooking, learn to spot the hidden gluten in foods, discover surprising ways to save money when you go shopping, and even manage your weight. You'll also learn how to convert your current favorite recipes to gluten-free delights using ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. Covers the medical, practical, and emotional aspects of living gluten-free Includes more than 150 tasty recipes, including gluten-free ethnic dishes and a section of quick and easy starter recipes, which is new to this edition Shows you how to boost nutrition and flavor in your dishes Gives you the know-how to make any meal gluten free Complete with delightful lists of gluten-free comfort foods and kid's favorites, as well as tips for converting a kitchen to a gluten-free workspace, Gluten-Free Cooking For Dummies is the best way yet to stay happy, healthy, well-fed, and wheatless!

Everyday Health Tips

2000 Practical Hints for Better Health and Happiness

Author: Kim Edward Anderson

Publisher: Rodale Pr


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 388

View: 421

Provides brief guidelines and tips about medical care, natural healing, nutrition, home safe, stress, rest, recreation, travel, grooming, exercise, pets, and children's health

Coping with Heart Surgery and Bypassing Depression

A Family's Guide to the Medical, Emotional, and Practical Issues

Author: Carol Cohan



Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 278

View: 372

Knowledge is power. Study after scientific study has shown that the right kind of information about a medical problem speeds recovery. And when that medical problem is heart surgery, information specially tailored to answer patients; questions, quiet their fears, and give them a sense of control over their circumstances promises the quickest and most complete recovery possible. This unique combination of practical information and solutions to common problems fills the pages of Coping with Heart Surgery and Bypassing Depression. The problems associated with heart surgery become less threatening when you know what to expect, when you understand the problems you encounter, and when you can solve those problems. Accordingly, Coping with Heart Surgery and Bypassing Depression spells out everything you need to know to enter surgery with confidence and recover swiftly and smoothly. The book provides detailed information about the events that accompany each stage of the heart surgery experience from the time surgery is recommended until months after convalescence is under way. It discusses what other patients encountered at each stage, problems that arose, and a variety of solutions. And it invites you to pick and choose among the suggestions to suit your particular needs and personality style.

Women and Heart Disease

Author: Edward B. Diethrich



Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 314

View: 981

A pioneering guide to the treatment of heart disease in women discusses warning signs of cardiac problems, risk assessment, a program of treatment and prevention, and specific preventive guidelines for diet, exercise, and stress reduction. Reprint.





Category: Current events


View: 409

A Patient's Guide to Heart Surgery

Understanding the Practical and Emotional Aspects of Heart Surgery

Author: Carol Cohan

Publisher: Harpercollins


Category: Medical

Page: 256

View: 767

Discusses the physical and emotional aspects of heart surgery

365 Days of Healthy Eating from the American Dietetic Association

Author: Alma Flor Ada

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt


Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 272

View: 129

"A daily guide that should be on everyone's nightstand or kitchen table." -Marianne Smith Edge, MS, RD, LD, FADA, President, American Dietetic Association As a health-conscious reader, you already know all about the benefits of healthy eating and active living. But some days it's harder than others to put that knowledge to good use. Smart eating and an active lifestyle should be easy and enjoyable, not a chore! Let 365 Days of Healthy Eating from the American Dietetic Association show you an easier way to start living a healthier lifestyle, one day at a time. Bestselling author and nutrition expert Roberta Larson Duyff provides easy-to-implement hints, tips, and strategies for: * Having a smart eating mindset * Making easy everyday food choices that benefit your health * Buying right-for-you foods and supplements * Preparing food for good nutrition, health, and great flavor-with easy-to-fix recipes that are as good for you as they are great-tasting * Getting more health and phytonutrient benefits from foods you enjoy 365 Days of Healthy Eating from the American Dietetic Association is brimming with sensible, personal, and practical tips that can help you build lifelong healthy eating and fitness habits, one easy step at a time.

Knack Calorie Counter Cookbook

A Step-by-Step Guide to a Delicious, Calorie Conscious Diet

Author: Chantal Martineau

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield




View: 901

Nutrition & Health

Author: Judith S. Hurley

Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin


Category: Medical

Page: 178

View: 995