“The food…tastes so good, and there’s so much of it!”
On the Flat Belly Diet, it’s important to enjoy these foods, in the right amounts, with every meal. The Flat Belly Diet! Cookbook makes that easy. All of the recipes were carefully developed to make sure every meal includes just the right amount of MUFAs and meets the plan’s 400-calorie guideline, so readers can mix and match meals to suit their taste. And there’s no need to count calories. All the work has already been done!
“I had to get over all those years of denying myself…. I’m so excited by this diet.”
Packed with 200 dishes that feature these scrumptious fat-fighting MUFA-rich foods, as well as more than 50 lush photographs, this book gives readers plenty to whet their appetites:
-Great-to-wake-up-to dishes like Banana Pancakes with Walnut Honey and Eggs Florentine with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto
-International favorites like Thai Corn and Crab Soup and Caribbean Chicken Salad
-Cozy comfort food like Spaghetti with Roasted Cauliflower and Olives and Turkey Meat Loaf with Walnuts and Sage
-Quick, satisfying snacks like Tex-Mex Snack Mix, Peanut Butter Spirals, and Nutty Chicken Nuggets
-Sweet treats like Super-Rich Chocolate Cake with Maple Frosting and Peach and Blueberry Tart with Pecan Crust
2 Stars recipes
2 Stars Strange concoction of ingredients
5 Stars Great Book!
5 Stars great diet
4 Stars This not unusual food, this is not a hard shopping list
I looked down the shopping list & there is nothing strange, or unusual on the shopping list. Its all normal, natural, real food & spices. I didn’t have a problem finding anything on the shopping list. And it was not so expensive that I couldn’t afford anything on the list. And I am not wealthy or rich. I am just the back bone of this country: Middle Class.
I guess if you want to buy over-processed food, food that is all white & has no nutrition, you can probably afford to eat less expensively. White flour is on the grocery shelf in over abundance. But it has no real nutrients in it. You can buy white potatoes, white sugar, white rice, white bread, its cheap, but there is no real food or nutrition in it.
I also wrote a review for the Flat Belly Diet for Men because I thought I would get it for my husband to read.
Flat Belly Diet for Men:
A reviewer wants to know when the last time I used Marjoram or Cardamom?
I think it is just that every day fast foods that people are so used to eating do not use or contain real food or real spices. So we don’t know what to do with them when .. this book says Marjoram or Cardamom.. or ginger root.
The American Food industry, the fast foods restaurants, the guys that are making processed foods, stocking the shelves in the grocery stores are selling you junk that causes obesity, insulin resistance & diabetes, heart disease, strokes… the list goes on. Because its.. FAST & its CHEAP.
The American Diet is killing us. We are fat because we eat so much of their processed junk they call food.
Everything in the food we eat is loaded with sugar, salt, fructose, MSG, the stuff that is killing us.
We are overweight and obese because we eat sugar, white flour, white potatoes, white processed rice.. white bread, crackers, cookies, chips, beer! there is nothing redeeming in beer.
I don’t know how bad this Men’s Fat Belly Diet book is because I am not a guy.
This Flat Belly Diet book is written by nutritionists for Prevention Magazine.
I am a mom.. just a mom. And what I feed my husband, and what I feed my daughter matters. I care. No High Fructose, No MSG ever comes into this house.
Eat real food. From the organic cow, the organic chicken, from the garden.
Even Tyson and their crappy chickens, what they do to there chickens.. you’ll never want to eat their chicken again. Read the Bird Flu Hoax by Dr. Mercola.. there is no bird flu. They made it up so they could get all of the chicken market for themselves. How they mass produce & grow their chickens is criminal.
Just do your homework. Things are not what they seem to be. Even our food is tainted. And these Flat Belly Diet books are not bad books. Different from what you are used to, but not bad, not hard, not difficult.