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"Whether you like to eat healthy or not, you'll want to make and eat the recipes in the Whole Foods Diet Cookbook simply because they taste delicious-it's a bonus to learn they are loaded with nutrients and are slimming too!" (Missy Chase Lapine New York Times bestselling author of The Sneaky Chef series and former editor of Eating Well magazine 2009-03-02)
"The Whole Foods Diet Cookbook is an absolute gem and a wonderful addition to any library. The recipes are mouthwatering and the information is first rate!" (Jonny Bowden Board-certified nutrition specialist, weight-loss coach, and nutrition book author 2009-03-02)
"The Whole Foods Diet Cookbook is your ticket to get on board the health train. Here, in easy-to-understand prose, is what you need to know to eat right for optimum health. If you are in charge of feeding your family, this book will be an invaluable resource, especially for rearing healthy children." -Jeff Cox Author of The Organic Cook's Bible and national judge for the James Beard Foundation's annual awards (Jeff Cox Author of The Organic Cook's Bible and national judge for the James Beard Foundation's annual awards 2009-03-02)
"The Whole Foods Diet Cookbook is a must-have for anyone looking to improve their health, lose weight, and eat better-tasting foods! Dr. Larson and his wife, Ivy, prove that following their healthy whole foods lifestyle can be both doable and delicious." (Tracey Mallett Certified sports nutritionist, fitness author, and creator of "6-Minute Quick Blast" workout DVDs 2009-03-02)
Whole Foods Diet Cookbook
Whole Foods Diet Cookbook is the ultimate whole foods, healthy-lifestyle, weight-loss cookbook. With chapters that educate and recipes that are delicious and satisfying, you'll learn how to get down to the nuts and bolts of making nutrition count. The book includes such recipes as Slow-Cooker Summer Citrus Salmon, Made-from-Scratch Manicotti Crêpes, Pumpkin Pie Smoothie, Reese Swirl Brownies, and Tex-Mex Polenta Pizza with Chipotle-Black Bean Hummus, and Rotisserie Chicken-home cooks will fight over who gets to make supper!
The health and weight loss benefits of the flexitarian lifestyle-eating primarily vegetarian foods while still allowing everyday consumption of high-quality animal products such as grass-fed meat and fish-are also explored. Fresh ideas and recipes for today's food tastes range from elaborate to simple, including a mix of upscale comfort foods, ethnic cuisine, and gourmet meals for just about any occasion and any time of day.
Ivy Larson earned her BS degree from Palm Beach Atlantic University and is an American College of Sports Medicine certified health fitness instructor. She currently teaches whole foods cooking classes at Whole Foods Market, Williams-Sonoma, and private culinary stores in addition to running "Health and Body Lifestyle Makeover Programs" in Palm Beach, Florida. Ivy is a regular contributor as a wellnesslifestyle expert on Lifetime Television's show The Balancing Act.
Andrew Larson, MD, is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and a board-certified general surgeon with special interests in surgical nutrition. He coauthored Chicken Soup for the Soul Healthy Living Series: Weight Loss with Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen.
Ivy Larson and Andrew Larson are the authors of two books, including Amazon.com #1 best-selling The Gold Coast Cure and The Gold Coast Cure's Fitter, Firmer, Faster Program. The couple lives in North Palm Beach, Florida, with their son. Visit them on their website: www.the2larsons.com.
Cover designed by Debra McQuiston
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Big disappointment. If you don't like tofu, like me, you will have wasted your money.Also lots of fish (I hate fish) I was looking forward to good recipes without tofu. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
I have not yet had a chance to read it or use it because we have been on vacation out of town.Published 21 months ago by Thomas Driscoll
I've been on a journey, changing my life with eating whole foods. This cookbook has been helpful. I love how Ivy Larson and her husband are always coming up with new books and... Read morePublished on May 25, 2013 by Esther Lewis
This was not what I was looking for. The recipes call for too many ingredients. I don't think this book is targeted for the average home kitchen chef. Read morePublished on February 9, 2013 by jen o
This book has some great recipes that have really helped me change my diet for the better and add some wholesome Verity.Published on September 30, 2012 by DrewID
My wife bought this book for me, and it just isn't my scene. Most of the stuff we made in this book was pretty mediocre and left much to be desired. Read morePublished on February 11, 2012 by chemdaxs
This should be a staple in every kitchen. I am glad I discovered this thru a article in my Natural Health magazine. Great.Published on August 7, 2011 by Juic
Essentially, this book is practical, reasonable and encourages moderation, focusing on healthy, delicious recipes. Read morePublished on January 17, 2011 by Mouseconnect