The 200 SuperFoods That Will Save Your Life
Review by FBWorld Team
what you can't eat. The 200 SuperFoods That Will Save
Your Life gives you the healthy news about foods you
should eat and enjoy, including sweet, yet healthy indulgences
like tomatoes, guacamole, and semisweet chocolate chips.
amazing book was put together by Deborah A. Klein, M.S.,
R.D., introduces the reader to efficient foods that are
loaded with nutrients and offer a balance of carbohydrates, fats,
and proteins. Designed to keep you optimally healthy and your
metabolism running at an even keel, these are foods that will
provide vitamins, minerals, fibers, offer anti-inflammatory fats
and proteins to reduce the risk of heart disease (as well as combat
many other diseases and ailments), and feel and look younger,
A detailed description of the foodstuff, its characteristics,
vitamins, and what parts of the body it benefits. Klein then offers
a nutritional compositional breakdown, listing calories, proteins,
fats, and all nutrients.
Next, she tells you "how to bring it home." Do you really
know how to store parsnips or pick a fresh codfish? What's the
best way to cook kelp and incorporate kefir into your diet? You'll
learn shopping secrets from a smart nutritionist.
for every food entry, there's an accompanying easy recipe (which
includes nutritional information) to bring the Superfoods home
to your table.
are mouthwatering recipes to please every palate, from Veggie
Pilaf and Traditional French Onion Soup to Cardamom Spiced Chicken
and Persimmon Yogurt Parfait. The back of the book offers meal
plan helpers and recommendations for grocery shopping.
isn't a diet book, but Klein writes that one of the benefits of
switching out particular foods in your meal plans for her recommendations
is that you'll be leaner in the long run. The meal plans are great,
Klein, insures to have examples for just about every calorie level.
Personally I would have loved to see Klein, take on a 3000 calorie
favorite recipe in this book is a very simple one, Cheesy Asparagus.
I tend to eat Asparagus with every dinner meal, Klein recipe calls
1 bunch medium asparagus
1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
2 tablespoons fresh grated Parmesan cheese
1 tablespoon fresh lemon zest
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"From THE 200 SUPERFOODS THAT WILL SAVE YOUR LIFE,
reprinted with permission from McGraw-Hill, copyright 2010."