EatingWell for A Healthy Heart Cookbook

EatingWell for A Healthy Heart Cookbook

A Cardiologist's Guide to Adding Years to your Life

Book - 2008
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Phil Ades is that doctor and in his exciting book he shares what he has found from more than 25 years of leading research into cardiac rehabilitation: you can change your fate by simply eating well. What's more, he tracks the progress of patients who are living proof of his program's success. After working with hundreds of patients, Ades has isolated the top factors that have made a difference. He provides an easy-to-follow, step by step program on how to change your eating habits, starting with tracking what you eat and being aware of the number of calories and the types of calories you are consuming.He then shows how to eliminate the "bad fats" (saturated fats) and increase the "good" ones, using EatingWell's clever heart-healthy recipes that virtually eliminate the need for butter. This simple program demonstrates how a few easy changes can add years to your life. More than 175 recipes from the acclaimed EatingWell Test Kitchen show you how to make this a delicious journey, with recipe ideas that will become staples you'll pass on to family and friends.

Baker & Taylor
Features heart-friendly recipes that are complemented by step-by-step strategies for improving eating habits, calorie tracking, and eliminating saturated fats.

Norton Pub
A leading heart doctor's program that could cut your risk of heart attack by more than 50 percent just by making a few changes to your diet and lifestyle.
Phil Ades is that doctor and in his exciting book he shares what he has found from more than 25 years of leading research into cardiac rehabilitation: you can change your fate by simply eating well. What's more, he tracks the progress of patients who are living proof of his program's success. After working with hundreds of patients, Ades has isolated the top factors that have made a difference. He provides an easy-to-follow, step by step program on how to change your eating habits, starting with tracking what you eat and being aware of the number of calories and the types of calories you are consuming.He then shows how to eliminate the "bad fats" (saturated fats) and increase the "good" ones, using EatingWell's clever heart-healthy recipes that virtually eliminate the need for butter. This simple program demonstrates how a few easy changes can add years to your life. More than 175 recipes from the acclaimed EatingWell Test Kitchen show you how to make this a delicious journey, with recipe ideas that will become staples you'll pass on to family and friends.

Baker
& Taylor

Draws on a quarter-century of research into cardiac rehabilitation to present a volume of heart-friendly recipes that are complemented by step-by-step strategies for improving eating habits, in a culinary reference that includes coverage of calorie tracking and the elimination of saturated fats.

Publisher: Woodstock, VT : Countryman Press, 2008
ISBN: 9780881507249
Characteristics: 255 p. : col. ill

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fletchmo
Feb 03, 2010

excellent book. recipes are not extreme and many are tastey

dntblnk Sep 02, 2009

good book, easy to follow and great tasty food.

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