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The Cacao Cookbook

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Kyle Books

Greedy Girl's Diet

Nadia Sawalha
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Nadia Sawalha

Nadia Sawalha has always loved cooking, but until recently rarely ate her own food. Like a lot of women, whilst her family tucked in to delicious dishes, she nibbled on diet food. Later, ravenously hungry, she binged, somehow convincing herself that the calories didn't count if nobody saw her eating them. Two years ago, after decades of fluctuating weight, she decided enough was enough: * She wasn't going to start a new diet tomorrow. * She wasn't going to start a new diet ever again. * She was going to eat normal meals with her family and, most importantly, she was going to do so for the rest of her life. Since then, Nadia has lost and kept off 31/2 stone, by simply throwing away the diet books. Instead she shaved off the hidden calories, all without anyone noticing. A little less oil here, a different cut of meat there; brown rice instead of white, more herbs, spices and colour; and a dessert every day! The result is The Greedy Girl's Diet, which is packed with more than 100 delicious recipes, and Nadia's invaluable tips and advice on how to achieve a slim, fit and healthy body.

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Farmacy Kitchen Cookbook

Camilla Fayed
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Camilla Fayed

'Farmacy food is what we have all been waiting for. Great tasting healthy food for an optimum mind and body means a better planet for us and the creatures we share it with' - Stella McCartney'Since it opened, Farmacy has been the hottest table in town' - Vogue'THE healthy eating place' - GQ'An oasis of health and happiness' - Harper's BazaarInterested in eating and living in a more conscious way? Want to eat well with nature's best ingredients while being aware of where our food comes from? Think taking better care of the land and people who grow these ingredients is important? Welcome to the Farmacy Kitchen, where you will find inspirational ideas for conscious living and delicious recipes for plant-based eating. The Farmacy ethos is about bringing attention back to nature, simplicity and balance. We love to follow the concept of 'simple abundance' in the food we create, using fresh, colourful and whole foods in inspired combinations for maximum taste, digestion and enjoyment.We know how good food tastes when it's made with love and intention. It's a creative process that brings care into the kitchen to make great-tasting food to nourish the body and energise the soul. A process that you can now bring to your own kitchen with the help of this book.

Mitchell Beazley

The Scandi Sense Diet

Suzy Wengel
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Suzy Wengel
Mitchell Beazley

Itsu 20-minute Suppers

Blanche Vaughan, Julian Metcalfe
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Blanche Vaughan, Julian Metcalfe

In this revolutionary cookbook the authors of the bestselling itsu: the cookbook (more than 60,000 copies sold worldwide) provide simple, nutritious, easy-to-follow recipes, all of which can be made within 20 minutes. Using ingredients readily available at mini-markets, they have created 100 deliciously healthy Asian-inspired recipes with noodles, rice, grains and soups. Why resort to bland ready meals when you can cook itsu-style meals at home in minutes? itsu is dedicated to skinny but delicious food: light, green and good for you. But it's not just the calories that are taken care of; the 'superfood' ingredients in the recipes provide optimum nutrition too. And it's food that tastes as good as it looks...

Mitchell Beazley

Gizzi's Healthy Appetite

Gizzi Erskine
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Gizzi Erskine
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The Balance Plan

Angelique Panagos
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Angelique Panagos

'The wellness world's new holy grail is hormone harmony' - ES Magazine'Angelique has created a beautifully presented and easy to use guide that inspires everyone to look at their food in a new light. I love the recipes, the beautiful illustrations and how lifestyle is a key part of her message. I particularly like her emphasis on women's health and I believe this could be useful for a lot of people.' - Dr Rupy Aujla, author of The Doctor's Kitchen'I can't function without coffee''I need my daily fix of chocolate''I look puffy and retain fluid easily'I'm hungrier than I used to be but never feel satisfied''I struggle to lose weight no matter what I try'Sound familiar?These are complaints that nutritionist Angelique Panagos hears every day. Time and time again, they're caused by the same thing - hormonal imbalance.The Balance Plan explains how to tune in to your hormones and make the changes necessary to bring them into balance. Take the six steps, follow the 28-day plan and transform your life!- Sleep better - Enhance digestion - Lose weight - Reduce stress - Elevate energy levels - Feel happier'The Balance Plan is an inspired book by my friend Angelique Panagos. It effortlessly combines recipes that help support female hormonal health, prefaced by bite-sized chunks of the science and concepts that underpin them. With easy to create personal plans, I would heartily recommend this to any woman who wants to improve her wellbeing through a simple yet creative approach to food as medicine.' - Dr Ayan Panja'The Balance Plan is a pertinent piece of health literature. In modern medicine, we've treated hormone problems as a black or white issue. Disease or healthy. In reality, hormones are our body's way of sending intricate messages of our environment and helping us to react and be as responsive to what is happening around us. Hormones cycles are happening everyday and your diet, lifestyle, and other habits all influence this. Thank you Angelique for this enlightening journey through our body!' - Dr. Steven Lin'The Balance Plan is a beautiful approach to improving hormonal health, grounded in the perfect synergy of personal journey, clinical experience and excellent health advice. The understanding that your diet, environment and lifestyle powerfully affects your hormonal balance and reproductive health will empower you with the knowledge and wisdom you need on your own journey to better health and wellness.' - Benjamin I. Brown, ND

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The Low-FODMAP Recipe Book

Lucy Whigham
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Lucy Whigham

This book demystifies the low-FODMAP diet and provides 125 tasty and delicious recipes for a happy gut. Written by a specialist gut dietitian, Lucy Whigham, M Nutr Diet SRD, The Low-FODMAP Recipe Book can help you to take control of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), functional bowel disorder and digestive distress, and can also help those suffering from Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Coeliac Disease and functional symptoms following gastrointestinal surgery. An expert in the low-FODMAP diet and gut disorders, Lucy will help you to understand more about the way your gut functions and what is contributing to your symptoms. FODMAPs (Fermentable Oligosaccharides, Di-saccharides, Mono-saccharides and Polyols) are naturally occurring sugars that are found in a wide range of everyday foods. They are difficult to digest and cannot be completely absorbed by the body - instead they are fermented by bacteria in our gut, causing excessive wind, bloating, pain, abdominal distension, cramping, stomach gurglings, diarrhoea and frequent bowel motions. The low-FODMAP diet: Is the most successful diet for bringing relief to sufferers of IBS. Has been medically proven in rigorous clinical trials to help identify food intolerances and improve symptoms in up to 75 per cent of people with IBS. Is quickly becoming an essential treatment for people with a sensitive gut. Can help in the management of a wide range of stomach troubles and gastrointestinal discomfort. This book is an easy guide to why and how the low-FODMAP diet can help, and includes tables of what foods need to be avoided for the elimination phase and beyond. Empower yourself with the knowledge of exactly which foods cause you problems, putting you in the driving seat and letting you control your symptoms rather than have them control you.

Mitchell Beazley

The Midlife Kitchen

Mimi Spencer, Sam Rice
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Mimi Spencer, Sam Rice

As featured in The Times and The Daily Mail.Are you at a point in your life where health is becoming more of a priority? Are you confused by ever-changing headlines that contrive to make the simple act of eating a peril rather than a pleasure? The Midlife Kitchen has the answers.Midlife is not a time to be concerned with food fads and foibles, but rather a glorious opportunity to wrest back control of your eating in the interests of health, happiness and a long life. Taste must certainly come first, but with health firmly snapping at its heels, underpinned by well-established nutritional common sense. Busy lives require simple, sustaining recipes that incorporate health-giving ingredients without too much fanfare or fuss. This book is not about 'clean-eating' or super foods, detoxing or restriction. Instead, it is about building up a balanced and diverse diet, with less sugar, better fat and good carbs. Alongside each recipe is the Midlife Kitchen emblem, the star anise. With each of the eight seeds representing a specific Midlife Health category - such as Hormone Harmony; Mind, Memory, Mood; or Heart Health - authors Sam and Mimi are able to provide simple nutritional information. Health tips explain the benefits of certain ingredients, while 'Why We Love It' sections explore the advantages of cooking each dish. Midlife Must-Haves show how to create homemade essentials such as Midlife Grown-up Granola, Midlife Power Porridge and Midlife Sweetener. From Seared Sirloin on Pan-roasted Veg to The Mother of All Greek Salads, Nurture Bircher to Three-ginger Fire Cake, the recipes in this book come together to create a vibrant menu bursting with mouth-watering flavours.

Mitchell Beazley

How to Eat Better

James Wong
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James Wong
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The G Plan Diet

Amanda Hamilton, Hannah Ebelthite
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Amanda Hamilton, Hannah Ebelthite

As seen on ITV's Save Money: Good Health 'The beauty of the G Plan is that it's about abundance...You'll be surprised how quickly positive affects appear!' - Top Sante'G Plan the diet that really works' - Irish Sunday IndependentLosing weight never felt so good.Do you want to lose weight easily and healthily? Do you want to improve your gut health? Do you want to increase your energy and vitality at the same time? The latest research in nutrition suggests that if you want to lose weight for good, you need a healthy gut with a diversity of good bacteria. Beginning with a digestive 'rest' and including the 10 best gut healthy foods, the 21 day plan will help you say goodbye to bloating and discomfort, lose even stubborn weight and look forward to increased energy, clear skin and improved mood. Over 40 recipes are included that are quick and easy to prepare, and success stories are featured throughout. The G Plan Diet is weight loss+.

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Go with Your Gut

Robyn Youkilis
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Robyn Youkilis

When nutritionist Robyn Youkilis began her health coaching practice, she quickly realized that the vast majority of complaints she heard from clients were about their digestion: if your digestive system isn't functioning properly, you can gain weight and suffer from fatigue, insomnia, bloating, indigestion and IBS. This exciting new book helps you to change your relationship with food and your body by focusing on what your symptoms are telling you and building new habits into daily life at a manageable pace. From a Superhuman Breakfast to a good-for-you Chocolate Cake, from a Rose and Berry Smoothie to the Perfect Detox Salad, Robyn shares more than 75 delicious yet simple recipes to help you on that path. Go With Your Gut will help you become your healthiest self.

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Hamlyn All Colour Cookery: 200 Light Sugar-free Recipes

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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The Paleo Diet Made Easy Cookbook

Joy Skipper
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Joy Skipper
Hamlyn

Eat Yourself Thin

Gill Paul
Authors:
Gill Paul

Eat yourself thin with this informative guide to eating the right food to keep weight off and stay thin.'Eating yourself thin' might sound odd when it's eating that made you overweight in the first place. It's not the process of eating that does the harm, however, but eating too much of the wrong kind of foods. Once you start focusing on foods that make your digestive, hormonal and cardiovascular systems work at optimum level, losing weight and keeping it off long term needn't be an uphill struggle.The key to getting thin, and staying thin, is restoring balance to key hormones in your body. A diet of low-GI foods will deliver this. You don't need to obsess about calories, and you might even find yourself eating more than you did previously. The important thing is to change the types of food you eat, and change them for good. There are many different reasons for being overweight - from post-pregnancy pounds to stress - and you will find here lists of foods that are particularly useful in solving any problems you may be experiencing.So follow the menu planners and these delicious recipes to change the way you eat, and the way you look, forever.Eat Yourself Thin includes...Part I Happy SuperfoodsSuperfoodsWhat's your problem?Putting it all togetherPart IIThin RecipesBreakfastSnacksLunch DinnerDesserts...And much much more!

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Eat Yourself to Energy

Gill Paul
Authors:
Gill Paul

Eat yourself energetic with this informative guide to eating right and boosting your energy levels.Do you drag yourself out of bed in the morning, yawn through the working day, then collapse in front of the TV in the evening? We all feel exhausted from time to time but when that feeling continues, it's time to do something about it.There are excellent ways of eating yourself to energy which also boost overall health. Avoid being tempted by quick-fix caffeine or sugary 'energy' drinks and bars, focus instead on foods that keep blood sugar levels steady. By addressing the underlying causes of low energy, you will achieve lasting results.The Eat Yourself to Energy diet contains all the vitamins, minerals and trace elements you need to ease niggling health problems and make you feel tip-top and raring to go.Featured in this book are the key foods that have been proven to increase stamina and boost energy. A clever problem-solver helps you choose the ingredients that adress your own individual symptoms, and the results are immediate.With over 60 easy-to-follow, quick-to-prepare, completely delicious recipes, and weekly meal planners, Eat Yourself to Energy is the perfect way to turbo-charge your mood and achieve optimum health.Eat Yourself to Energy includes...Part I Happy SuperfoodsSuperfoodsWhat's your problem?Putting it all togetherPart IIEnergy RecipesBreakfastSnacksLunch DinnerDesserts...And much much more!

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Eat Yourself Happy

Gill Paul
Authors:
Gill Paul

Eat yourself happy with this informative guide to eating right and improving your mind-set.We all feel low and discouraged from time to time, but when these feelings continue for weeks and even months, it's time to do something about it.There are dozens of different types of depression, with different causes, but almost all are improved by eating the right kinds of foods to synthesise ample supplies of brain neurotransmitters, address vitamin and mineral deficiencies and stabilise blood sugar levels.It's important not to choose sugary foods that offer a quick burst of energy and alcoholic drinks that dull the pain - these will both make depression worse. No matter how you feel, making wise food choices will help - and you'll feel the benefits start straight away.Featured in this book are the key foods that have been proven to increase the feeling of wellbeing in our minds and bodies. A clever problem-solver helps you choose the ingredients that address your symptoms, and the results are immediate.With over 60 easy-to-follow, quick-to-prepare, completely delicious recipes, and weekly meal planners, Eat Yourself Happy is the perfect way to boost your mood and achieve optimum health.Eat Yourself Happy includes...Part I Happy SuperfoodsSuperfoodsWhat's your problem?Putting it all togetherPart IIHappy RecipesBreakfastSnacksLunch DinnerDesserts...And much much more!

Amanda Hamilton

Amanda Hamilton has been one of the UK's most established nutritionists for over a decade with a career that's included more than eight internationally syndicated TV series and three best-selling books. She's currently the resident nutritionist on BBC Radio 2's Steve Wright show (seven million listeners) and a regular on Sky News.She is a qualified professional nutritionist and a senior associate of the Royal Society of Medicine. She is an ex-international sports competitor and fitness enthusiast, including training in yoga during a sabbatical in India.Day to day Amanda works as a consultant, columnist and guest event speaker, as well as running her retreat business and licensed spa programmes in the UK, Spain and Greece where any retreat begins by talking about the gut - the inside out approach.

Hannah Ebelthite

Hannah Ebelthite is a freelance health, fitness and wellbeing writer. With nearly two decades experience in journalism, she has held staff posts on Cosmopolitan, Zest and Healthy magazines, and writes for a wide range of national publications, including The Daily Mail, The Telegraph, The Daily Express, Woman & Home, Glamour, Healthy Food Guide, Top Santé, Healthy, Health & Fitness, Condé Nast Bride, Mother & Baby magazine. She has ghost-written several health books and is a member of the Guild of Health Writers. Hannah lives in southwest London with her fitness-journalist husband and their six-year-old twin boys. When not working she can be found running around Richmond Park, throwing Kettle Bells around on the common, or coaching at her local running club.

Lucy Whigham

Lucy Whigham (née Goddard) trained at the University of Nottingham, UK, where she achieved a Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics. She has worked at a leading NHS Trust for over 10 years and also works in private practice at a prestigious clinic in London's Harley Street alongside this. Lucy sees patients for a variety of conditions but specializes in nutritional gastroenterology and disorders of the gut. Lucy has a particular interest in irritable bowel disease, other functional gut disorders and inflammatory bowel disease, and was an early adopter of using the low-FODMAP diet to treat these conditions, being part of the first group of dietitians trained by King's College London in 2010. She has seen a great number of people, both in her NHS and private practices, benefit from using the low-FODMAP diet to gain control of their gastrointestinal symptoms. Lucy has developed group sessions for sufferers of IBS on how to manage their symptoms using the low-FODMAP diet, speaks about gut health at healthy-living events and blogs regularly on gut health-related topics. @thegutdietitian