BookSeriesList
Kyle Books

Healthy Eating During Chemotherapy

Jose Van Mil, Christine Archer-Mackenzie
Authors:
Jose Van Mil, Christine Archer-Mackenzie

Kyle Books

Healthy Eating for Diabetes

Antony Worrall Thompson, Azmina Govindji
Authors:
Antony Worrall Thompson, Azmina Govindji

Diabetes UK estimates that more than 1 in 17 people in the UK have diabetes, and by 2025 there will be 5 million people diagnosed. It causes strokes, heart attacks and kidney failure and it is a frightening disease that should be given more attention. Here Antony Worral Thompson and Azmina Govindji impart up-to-date information on how to cope with your diabetes and how to change your eating habits to keep you happy and healthy. They have worked together to create 100 really delicious and healthy recipes, from breakfast ideas to nourishing main meals that can be eaten by the whole family.

Kyle Books

Healthy Eating for Lower Cholesterol

Daniel Green, Catherine Collins
Authors:
Daniel Green, Catherine Collins

A book of recipes devised by a leading chef and based on nutritional advice - this is a much-needed cookbook for people who are concerned about high cholesterol. It contains over 100 recipes that have been created to tempt your tastebuds while managing your cholesterol levels, together with helpful advice and practical information. Cholesterol is a waxy fat that is carried by the bloodstream to service all our body cells and organs. About half is manufactured in the liver and the rest is absorbed from cholesterol-rich foods such as meat, eggs, cheese and other dairy products. Cholesterol is divided into 'good' and 'bad' types and too much of the latter can lead to health problems such as strokes, heart attacks and hardening of the arteries. The good news is however that diet and exercise can significantly benefit our cholesterol levels. In the first part of the book dietitian Catherine Collins looks at the prevalence of high cholesterol and discusses the causes and the symptoms. Treatments looked at include medication and lifestyle, plus an in-depth analysis of how diet affects cholesterol levels. She considers the latest food recommendations, plus the best ways to incorporate them into your diet, with lots of useful tips on cooking methods, shopping and eating out. The second part of the book provides over 100 recipes, created by Daniel Green in consultation with Catherine. Recipes are divided into meal types - breakfasts and brunches, soups and salads, sides, snacks and starters, main courses and desserts - and will help you to lower your cholesterol levels while satisfying your appetite.

Kyle Books

Healthy Eating to Reduce The Risk of Dementia

Margaret Rayman, Katie Sharpe
Authors:
Margaret Rayman, Katie Sharpe

Kyle Books

Healthy Eating: The Prostate Care Cookbook

Margaret Rayman
Authors:
Margaret Rayman

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer to affect men and there is evidence that the health of the prostate can be helped by a diet of eating the right foods and avoiding harmful effects of others. This is both a cookbook and guide written by expert Margaret Rayman, who created the Nutritional Medicine Post Graduate programme for the University of Surrey. A detailed introduction looks at why diet is so important and how eating certain foods can help prevent development of the disease or its spread. Various top chefs have put their healthy hats on and contributed some great recipes that include Broad Bean and Apple Crostini, Moroccan Lamb Stew, Chicken with Walnut and Pomegranate Sauce, and Ruby Fruit Salad with Raspberry Coulis. Simple to prepare and made from easily accessible ingredients, these recipes can also be used for everyday family eating as well as entertaining.

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