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  • 200 Light Sugar-free Recipes

    By Joy Skipper
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    Joy Skipper
    Featuring stunning photographs and clear step-by step instructions, Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook: 200 Light Sugar-free Recipes is a great choice if you want to lower your sugar intake yet still enjoy the sweeter things in life. Recipes range from Scallops wrapped in Parma ham, Potato pizza margerita and Roast pork loin with creamy cabbage & leeks to Poppy seed & lemon cupcakes, Banana & buttermilk pancakes and Rosemary panna cottas - and each one is under 500 calories.
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  • 200 Light Vegetarian Dishes

    Cutting down on red meat is a great way to avoid eating too much saturated fat, as well as keeping your cholesterol low. Now that the quality of fruit and vegetables that we can buy is so good, more and more people are opting to eat meat-free meals in order to save money and calories. This book can help you start up a meat-free regime, or if you are a already a committed vegetarian, it can boost your repertoire with its inventive low-fat meals that come in under either 500, 400 or 300 calories. A delicious range of salads, soups, main courses and desserts for low-calorie meat-free meals at any time of day.
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    Basic: Fitness On The Ball

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    Basic: Pumping Iron

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    Cooking for a Healthy Heart

    By Jacqui (Lynas) Morrell
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    Jacqui (Lynas) Morrell
    The book encourages an understanding of heart disease, who is most at risk, and highlights the importance of healthy eating as a preventative measure against this disease. It provides 83 delicious, accessible recipes specifically designed to lower cholesterol. Meal ideas are packed with fruits and salads, lean meats and oily fish, nuts and low-fat dairy produce. Cooking for a Healthy Heart also includes ideas for special occasions, such as celebration meals, meals for one and quick and healthy snacks.
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    Cricket's Greatest Rivalry

    By Simon Hughes
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    Simon Hughes
    'Hughes takes us on a breathless tour through cricket history, the great players, personalities, matches and events. He never slackens pace or dwells on the dry details of the scoreboard.' - The TimesFrom the William Hill Award-Winning author of A Lot of Hard Yakka comes Cricket's Greatest Rivalry: A History of the Ashes in 10 Matches, a fast-paced, distinctive history of the iconic, 135-year-old cricketing rivalry between England and Australia. The new paperback edition is completely revised and updated to include the tumultuous two series of 2013-2014, which saw more more twists and turns in this enthralling contest. No other sport has a fixture like the Ashes. From the early 1880s the rivalry between these two great sporting nations has captured the public imagination and made sporting legends of its stars. Commentator, analyst and award-winning cricket historian Simon Hughes tells the story of the ten seminal series that have become the stuff of sporting folklore. Cricket's Greatest Rivalry places you right at the heart of the action of each pivotal match, explaining the social context of the time, the atmosphere of the crowd and the background and temperaments of the players that battled in both baggy green and blue caps.Simon starts his story at the very birth of the Ashes and tells the tale of the band of Australians that took on the best gentleman and players in the Empire's HQ and beat them on their home turf. That momentous occasion set the tone for some epic contests including:The thrilling 1902 Test at Old Trafford, which was one by a mere three runs.The incredible innings of Hobbs and Sutcliffe in front of a tense and packed Oval in 1926.The legendary 'bodyline' series of Jardine, Larwood, Bradman et al in 1933.The incredible run chase in 1948 that also saw Bradman's last test.England's reprise in the fifth test of 1953 when Lock, Trueman, Bailey and Hutton steered the hosts to a whirlwind victory.The fearsome pace attack from the likes of Lillie and Thompson that transformed the contest in the first Test of 1974 and shaped the Ashes as a tournament for decades to come.Botham's Ashes in 1981 that restored pride in a sports-mad nation.The match up at old Trafford where the magic of one Shane Warne sent shockwaves through the game.And finally the breaking of the Aussie stranglehold in 2005, when Flintoff, Pietersen and Vaughan did the seemingly impossible and re-established the greatest of rivalries.The book also includes complete statistics and records of all the Ashes fixtures and results and much, much more!
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    Easy GI Diet

    By Helen Foster
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    Helen Foster
    Did you know that high-GI diets, while sounding healthy, can actually increase your risk of heart problems, diabetes, weight gain and possibly even some cancers? Easy Low-GI Diet focuses on healthy, low-GI foods that give you more energy, keep hunger at bay and protect against heart disease and diabetes. Inside there are four great diet plans to choose from: The Genius weight-loss planThe Vegetarian weight-loss planThe energy-boosting Galvanizer planThe GI for Life plan to maintain your new-found figurePacked with expert information on what low-GI means and how it can help, as well as the at-a-glance GI ratings chart with over 600 entries to help you choose the right foods for you, this easy-to-follow guide contains everything you need for a healthier, low-GI lifestyle.
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  • Everyday Vegetarian

    More people now, than ever before, are embracing a plant-based diet in some form. This special collection contains hundreds of our favourite meat-free recipes that show vegetarian food at its best, using simple, everyday ingredients from your local supermarket. So whether you're thinking about reducing your meat intake or have already made the switch, then this book is for you.
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    Firsts, Lasts & Onlys of Cricket

    By Paul Donnelley
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    Paul Donnelley
    200 brilliant and bizarre curiosities highlighting the First, Last and Onlys that have occurred during the illustrious history of this sport - from the determined cricketers fined for playing on the Sabbath to the only virtuoso to score a century and take all ten wickets in a single innings. This absorbing collection of stories is guaranteed to enthral and includes some of the greatest gentleman to have graced the field of play, such as: The first player to bat on all 5 days of a test match. The last incidence of under-armed bowling in an international match. The only father and son to score centuries in the same First Class innings.Delight in a myriad of facts that you never knew about this glorious game.
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    Firsts, Lasts & Onlys of Golf

    By Paul Donnelley
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    Paul Donnelley
    From Rabbit Wars waged on St. Andrew's famous Old Course to the rebellion that interrupted a Royal round, this tome is packed with facts that will tantalised and enthral. Delve into this extraordinary showcase of Firsts, Lasts and Onlys from the world of golf, and discover a myriad of incredible stories, including: The first golfer to win both the US Open and US Amateur Championship in the same year. The last ill-fated player to have been struck by lightening on Tour. The only instance of a tournament being halted by locusts.With 200 witty anecdotes portraying the undisputed and unexpected legends of the sport, you are sure to lose yourself in the most enthralling golf miscellany since records began!
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    Firsts, Lasts & Onlys of Football

    By Paul Donnelley
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    Paul Donnelley
    Mister Donnelley's compendium of tantalising tales brings you a multitude of intriguing and amusing stories - from the midfielder murdered by a secret police force to a crazed chairman trying to raze to the ground his club's main stand. Marvel at this fascinating exhibition of Firsts, Lasts and Onlys from the illustrious history of this extraordinary game, and encounter remarkable characters, such as: The first footballer to score for both sides in an FA Cup Final. The only Cabinet Minister to play football for his country. The hapless physio knocked out by his own 'magic sponge'.Delve into the pages of this captivating tome and discover the most amazing football miscellany since records began!
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    Fishing Skills

    By Tony Whieldon
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    Tony Whieldon
    From course fishing to wreck fishing and from carp to conger, the New Complete Guide to Fishing Skills is crammed full of practical information on all things fishing. Sections on coarse, trout and sea fishing (both from the shore and by boat) explain the tackle, rigs and baits you will need, as well as describing specific techniques such as legering, fly fishing or trolling. From pike to shark there is also information on the fish themselves and the best methods to use in pursuit of each species. Tony Whieldon s uniquely clear and detailed drawings are combined with explanatory captions that ensure quick and easy access to a wealth of information, whether read at home or at the water's edge.
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    Gloriously Gluten Free

    By Susanna Booth
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    Susanna Booth
    About 1 in 100 people have coeliac disease, a lifelong autoimmune condition caused by intolerance to gluten that requires avoiding wheat, barley, rye and oats, but in this age of "clean living" and health-conscious eating many more choose to avoid gluten as part of a healthy lifestyle. Gloriously Gluten Free contains over 100 delicious gluten-free recipes for family and friends, and includes cheats, swaps and dietary advice that will make going gluten-free easy and appealing. Recipes include Honey Roast Granola; Cinnamon Spiral Buns; Coconut & Lime Chicken Curry; Pizza Margherita; Swedish Meatballs; Ham Croquetas; Cherry Clafoutis; Hot Chocolate Pudding; and Gluten-free Ice Cream Cones.
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