With so many different health products, superfoods, and diets all vying for your attention these days, how do you know what you should really be eating?
In The 10 Things You Need to Eat, New York Times health columnist Anahad O’Connor and veteran Food Network chef Dave Lieberman team up to cut through all the claims and studies and identify ten simple foods with undeniable health benefits that you can find in any supermarket.
With wit and verve, the authors combine their individual areas of expertise to create a lighthearted yet illuminating book that presents the fascinating science behind these ten powerhouse superfoods, along with a plethora of recipes that feature them in easy-to-prepare and delicious meals.
If you are serious about living healthfully, this is the one book you won’t want to live without.
4 Stars Great book hard to read
I just received the book and tried to read some of the recipes. I’m a senior and have fairly good vision but I found the print in this book difficult to read. Someone that is color blind might not be able to read this at all. The print is all done in blue and mostly light blue. After a day of looking at the computer, my eyesight isn’t what it used to be. Recipes are great from what I can tell but print is not so great.
5 Stars Great book!
If you are looking for a book with healthy, yummy, and easy to prepare recipes, this is it! It introduces you to new foods like quinoa and beets, and shows you how to make them into great dinners for your family! I love this book, and how easy is is to read. Even my husband, who is a self-proclaimed BBQ master, is excited about some of the healthy recipes!
5 Stars The 10 Things You Need to Eat
I saw this book featured on Good Morning America. It is an excellent book for healthy recipes and info on foods we normally don’t eat. The recipes are easy to make and taste good. I have bought another book to give as a gift!
2 Stars Okay, but not as many recipies as I had hoped for.
This book didn’t have as many recipies that would apply to my family and style of cooking, maybe a little unrealistic for teenage boys.
4 Stars Great foods to eat!
I sent this book as a gift to my friend in Hawaii who is overweight and a diabetic. Then while I was there visiting the book arrived and we made several of the recipes. In the “meatballs with Quinoa” I substituted ground turkey for the beef. Cooked the Quinoa in 50/50 beef broth /water. The meatballs were fabulous and then improvised this recipe to make “turkey” meatloaf. My friends had never had ground turkey! Now today, she called and asked me how I made several of those ground turkey dishes while I was there. Good read and I have used more of the foods recommended in my daily diet.