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Benefits of healthy cooking include living longer and a decrease in cholesterol. You can see weight loss, or you can build muscle if you are underweight. Eyesight often improves, you won't feel as tired, and you can sleep better if you introduce healthy foods into your system. Nail and hair growth are improved. Potassium and sodium levels are regulated. Headaches tend to go away, and you will likely have more energy so that you can exercise and live a healthier lifestyle.

Product Details

  • File Size: 3019 KB
  • Print Length: 621 pages
  • Publisher: Cooking Genius (July 23, 2014)
  • Publication Date: July 23, 2014
  • Sold by:  Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MAXC396
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
  • X-Ray: Enabled
  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

Customer Reviews

Pretty good cookbook

3 helpful votes
 on November 10, 2015
By QZ
This is a pretty good cookbook. There are three different sections. The first contains three subsections, one on superfoods, one on quinoa, and one on diabetic recipes. The ingredients should not be terribly difficult to find. A well-stocked grocery store will have most ingredients. I was intrigued by the history and information on quinoa. It is an ancient food which is not a grain, but a seed in the family that includes spinach and beets. It is gluten free, so these recipes should interest those on a gluten free diet. The diabetic section is naturally low carb, and includes desserts.

Mixed bag but mostly good

1 helpful vote
 on October 21, 2015
By Chelsea
This is more of a 3.5/5 than a 4, but I’m willing to round up just because there’s SO MUCH in here.

Great healthy food recipes

1 helpful vote
 on January 4, 2016
By MACKENZIE PARSONS
I love food, food is probably my favorite thing. I wanted to start eating healthier but i didnt want to sacrifice flavor. I like that there is an entire section on superfoods, i had been studying on different superfoods so i could eat healthier and these recipes did not disappoint. I like that these recipes are simple to make and they also taste great. I like that they find ways to make quinoa flavorful and delicious. Their takes on healthy food are tasty and great . I received this product for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

Fabulous recipes., easy to find ingredients, difficult to navigate book

1 helpful vote
 on October 22, 2015
By Paula F
There are some really good recipes in here, and a number of them are small child friendly, which I love. Slow cooker beef and sweet potato curry was a huge hit with our daughter( I did have to sub for coconut milk as I’m allergic, but taste was likely minimally influenced by that) I took my Kindle with me on our last trip to the store and while I waited on my presciptions to be filled, very easily found several things to make this week. I only needed a few things above basic stock ingredients, and the out of pocket was minimal. Yes, the writing is a bit simple throught despite there being more than one author, but I don’t need all of my cookbooks to contain extra fluff I’m not likely to read anyway. If you haven’t heard about Superfoods or Quinoa, you probably have been living under a rock. If you are considering this cookbook, you probably need some inspiration to break out of a rut or incorporate more healthy ingredients in your day to day with minimal fuss. This fits the bill nicely. Yummy. We will most likely cook from the Superfoods section of this compilation. It fits our personality well, but there is something in here for everyone.

Great ideas for potential recipes.

1 helpful vote
 on December 5, 2015
By Kasi
I am overall kind of disappointed in this book. You can get a good idea of what the author is trying to say during the recipes, but, for example they say toast tortillas to soften them….. first off you warm tortillas to soften them not toast them on a gas burner. If you are just starting out with cooking and do not know much then I do not recommend this for you. It is not like a professional cook book. I like how it does give you ideas for new types of recipes but I do not feel comfortable trusting the recipes that are unclear. I will make some of the smoothie recipes i feel. There are way to many options like “to taste” or “your choice” if I have never heard of this recipe or even tried that type of food before how am I supposed to know what is recommended to try with this recipe. I enjoyed some of the recipes in the quinoa recipe book, I have really gained information on meal ideas and that is awesome, I will however be using the recipe ideas to search for more well rounded recipes and more in depth. All in all the writing was decent in this book, there were some minor issues. I enjoyed the types of recipe ideas but not the execution,

I had the opportunity to make several recipes for my family and every one of them went over well.

1 helpful vote
 on November 23, 2015
By The Product Review Virtuoso
This book is chock full of tasty, yet healthy main courses and also sides and snacks. The meals feature what I perceive to be well balanced portions of a protein, vegetable and starch. The portion sizes seem to true to size, and accommodate a sizable meal for most people. Enough to feel full and not walk away from the table hungry.

Clean eating at its best!

1 helpful vote
 on October 28, 2015
By Lyndsey Inzano
Really great books! I haven’t been able to actually get into the kitchen to make any of the recipes yet but I can’t wait to try them! There are so many good looking recipes! I try to eat clean as often as I can and love finding new recipes to try out! I like the fact that the recipes in these books are unique and like nothing I’ve really seen before. With the holidays coming up I am sure to be making many of them! I will update my review when I do! I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.

There is Bacon!!!

1 helpful vote
 on October 25, 2015
By NDubb
I got this book so I could expand my healthy recipes. My husband is trying to eat better and all my recipes are far from healthy! We were both excited to see that the books focus wasn’t solely based on bland foods and no desserts. In fact the recipes are packed with different flavor variations, and there is a dessert chapter! I loved that book not only featured recipes, but explanations on why it is wise to change your eating lifestyle and define terms such as “Superfoods” and why it’s important to incorporate them into your diet. I also enjoyed that a lot of the recipes include everyday ingredients that I have in my pantry. I didn’t need to spend a lot on groceries which is what I typically find when trying to follow healthier eating recipes. My favorite recipe is the Collard Greens with Bacon (yes bacon is included in the book!!!). My greens turned out awesome! The only suggestion I have is that perhaps a slow cooker variation could be added. As a busy mom and wife it’s nice to be able to throw ingredients in the slow cooker and leave it! I made my girls the Blueberry-Walnut Muffins and again I had all the ingredients in my pantry and they were a hit! I will be adding this recipe to my weekly recipes!

Tons of recipes but not many for picky kids!

1 helpful vote
 on October 27, 2015
By Familyof4
This book has tons of healthy recipes but not a whole lot my picky kids would be willing to try. The best part is the smoothie section; I plan on trying several of those. The strawberry banana and spinach smoothie will be perfect for my anemic toddler to help get some iron in him! Overall I like this book I just wish there were more for families with kids that are picky (pretty much all of them lol!).

Great Recipes!

1 helpful vote
 on October 21, 2015
By alaswell1983
I’ve been wanting to get my family on a healthier diet for a long time but every time I tried in the past I quickly became overwhelmed with all of the different menu plans available. Pinterest has turned out to be my enemy when trying to find healthy recipes for this reason. Too many different options! Then I came across this book. I love how they break the book down into just three sections making it easy for you to stick to the particular “type” of healthy recipe you are interested in; superfoods, quinoa, and diabetic diets. I loved how few ingredients most of the recipes called for because many times I will find a recipe online that looks healthy and delicious, but it will contain 20+ different ingredients and takes hours to prepare. I have three young children and a very busy schedule, I don’t have time for those types of recipes! Many of these recipes are nothing like that which is very refreshing. I’ve also had a chance to make a couple of the desserts listed in the book and they were delicious! If you are looking for healthy recipes, do yourself a favor and buy this book. You won’t be sorry!