101 Recipes You Can't Live Without: The Prevention Cookbook
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Irresistible, easy dishes that will help readers cultivate healthy bodies.
Half of Americans take dietary supplements, with little proof that they do anything to protect their health. What has been proven: the healing power of nutrients in food. In 101 Recipes You Can't Live Without by Lori Powell, readers will learn how to get everything they need from their plates―deliciously and without overdoing it on calories.
People who want to feel better, lose weight, and stay healthy for years to come can't rely on pills: they need to know how to eat smarter. Prevention has identified the best sources of 13 essential nutrients for a healthy body―the ones research shows have the most disease-fighting potential―and created 101 flavor-packed dishes loaded with them. The secret is combining superfoods. From hearty breakfasts to mouthwatering desserts, readers can rest easy knowing that every bite they take is maximizing their health and satisfying their taste buds. Along the way, they will discover easy food swaps and strategies to help them make the most nutritious choices at every meal.
Let's face it, no one has ever said "isn't this vitamin pill delicious?" or bonded with friends and family over a packet of antioxidant supplements. With 101 Recipes You Can't Live Without you have the tool you need to craft the healthiest possible diet without feeling deprived.
their chance of dementia from any cause by 47 percent. They’re a weapon against breast cancer. The role of omega-3s in cancer prevention is still uncertain, but there is evidence that they may keep cancer from returning. A recent study in the Journal of Nutrition reported that women treated for early-stage breast cancer who consumed the most EPA and DHA from food were 25 percent less likely to have a recurrence compared to the women who got the least. Researchers also noted that the risk of
Seed-Coated Chicken Breasts with Bulgur Pilaf 28% of your daily dose Black Bean-Turkey Chili with Butternut Squash 39% of your daily dose Beef Stew with Root Vegetables 33% of your daily dose Beef and Broccoli with Brown Rice 28% of your daily dose Grilled Steak au Poivre with Sautéed Broccoli Rabe 33% of your daily dose Pan-Roasted Salmon with Lentil Pilaf 28% of your daily dose Steamed Clams and Chickpeas in Tomato-Leek Broth 83% of your daily dose Seafood Paella 83% of your
golden brown on the bottom sides, about 15 minutes. 2 ADD the flaxseeds and toss. Roast until the cauliflower is tender, 7 to 10 minutes. Transfer to a serving bowl. Add the lime juice and cilantro and toss. NUTRITION (per serving: 1 cup) 115 calories, 5 g protein, 12 g carbs, 7 g fat, 1 g saturated fat, 273 mg sodium VC 192% (115 mg) daily vitamin C Fi 28% (7 g) daily fiber O3 ALA omega-3s Fingerling Potato Salad with Creamy Mustard-Anchovy Dressing The anchovies don’t make this creamy
calcium, Cr 4½ servings carotenoids-rich foods, Fi 152% fiber, Fo 67% folate, Fe 92% iron, Mg 129% magnesium, O3 ALA omega-3s, K 111% potassium, B12 0% vitamin B12, VC 465% vitamin C, VD 2% vitamin D, VE 22% vitamin E ACKNOWLEDGMENTS It didn’t take quite 101 people to produce 101 Recipes You Can’t Live Without, but it was a group effort. Diane Salvatore, editor-in-chief of Prevention, championed the idea. A strong believer in the healing power of food, she was convinced that people were ready
for a different kind of healthy cookbook. Recipe developer and writer Julie O’Hara’s creativity under deadline pressure was truly amazing. It also didn’t hurt that she always had an upbeat and can-do attitude. Editor Trisha Calvo pulled everything together. Nancy Bailey, Debbie McHugh, and Chris Krogermeier provided clear guidance and sage advice. JoAnn Brader and her team tested the recipes. The dishes look as good as they taste thanks to designer Kara Plikaitis, design director George