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With more than 100 recipes that sneak fiber, calcium, and other nutrients into the diet, Stealth Health can turn even the most devoted junk food junkie into a health nut. For "vegetable haters" there's Chicken Chile Verde, which features finely chopped spinach masquerading as green chilis. For "fruit skimpers," try the Purple Cow sMOOthie with mixed berries and nonfat frozen yogurt. And if you're a "milk miser," drink up your calcium in the delicious form of Home Express Coffee Latte. (Tribole came up with these and other labels to describe nutritional problem areas, and you can take her diagnostic quiz to find out which one fits you.)
Each of the book's eight chapters features recipes, nutritional information, and charts showing five ways to "sneak" healthy foods into meals. And if you still need more convincing, Tribole weaves in the scientific evidence for the role of nutritious foods in fighting everything from cancer to osteoporosis to heart disease. Tribole, who has celebrity clients and has appeared on Good Morning America, says the way to get finicky children to eat healthy is to whip up one of her recipes without telling them the ingredients. "This approach works well with adults, too," she writes. "The basis of Stealth Health cooking is tasting is believing." --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Somehow I found two copies of this book. I ordered it after the cats tore up my first copy. Then I forgot and ordered another. I guess you can never have too many.Published 7 months ago by Sharon E. Scharff
This was a really great book. I enjoyed reading it and it really gave me good ideas for being healthier.Published 11 months ago by Chelsea Lewis
This book is a treasure, filled with information about why a nutrient or class of foods is important as well as how to include them into yours and your loved ones life! Read morePublished on November 17, 2009 by booky,looky
This book has accurate nutrition information that is still relevant today. There is nothing fadish about it, just the nutrition facts you need to know. Read morePublished on July 8, 2008 by Amazon Customer
The recipes in this book are healthy but they are not neccessarily easy or quick to prepare. If you are cooking for others they may be fooled by the "sneak" ingredients... Read morePublished on November 15, 2001