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Superfood Kitchen: Cooking with Nature's Most Amazing Foods Hardcover – November 6, 2012
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The recipes look fresh, fabulous, and yes, the ingredients might seem strange if you are not used to superfoods. But the whole point is to learn what they are, and how to cook with them. The recipes will appeal to a wide range of people, not just those into 'health foods'. So they will be great to sneak into your spouse's diet or your kids food as well. The ingredient lists contain a special symbol to annotate which of the foods are superfoods.Read more ›
Having said that, I must admit that my heart sank when the first recipe called for "wheat flour". After her introduction about the anti-inflammatory and health promoting benefits of Superfoods, I was appalled to see that there was no recognition that Gluten is pro-inflammatory and gut damaging. Based on the extensive research reviewed by Dr Tom O'Bryan and Willaim Davis (author of Wheat Belly), Gluten has been found to be a health damaging food. The alternatives to gluten are pushed aside to purchase "gluten free flour" (which one?) instead, with the necessary modifications omitted.
The book's claims are not supported by the evidence and touts repeated myths (that have long been disproven), such as avoiding dietary cholesterol to prevent heart disease and pH balancing. The one reference to a single study she cites isn't even acknowledged! Where is she getting her information from? She does make reference to the China Study, which has a flawed research design (you can read an evidence based perspective, here http://www.cholesterol-and-health.com/China-Study.html) and only demonstrates a weak correlation that hasn't been well supported by other research (which is not a definitive result). These are just a few examples of the unsubstantiated claims she makes throughout the book.Read more ›
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If your looking to healthy your life & cooking up, this is a great book to get you loving to do so in every way. I highly recommend! Read morePublished 2 days ago by AC Monique
Gorgeous Book, full of fantastic suggestions of how I can use my pantry full of Superfoods.Published 27 days ago by samsandradevi
A really great, comprehensive introduction to superfoods and their uses. Begins with a list, description, and location of superfoods covered in the cookbook, and follows with... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Annie
I lived suoerfood smoothies by this author but this cookbook falls short. Tried a few recipes, but they did not work for me. But love her smoothies.Published 3 months ago by Janet G
This is a great cookbook, introducing new to me superfoods and how to use them, and all the recipes I have tried are deliciousPublished 3 months ago by Peggy