Cookbooks for Weight Loss

In the day of technology and the internet, more and more people lean toward the on-line videos to obtain recipe ideas. This is a great method of following step by step instruction. However, people still love looking through cookbooks for ideas because they can see the wonderful pictures they provide. Seeing the finished product in print form can really send your senses into a frenzy. A visual of all the delicious pictures can give the feeling of wanting to try that wonderful looking recipe. According to nutritionists, there are top cookbooks for weight loss.

Because weight loss cookbooks must explain all measurements and clearly state food intake, they are held to a higher standard. Also this helps with healthy meal planning techniques. In addition, cookbooks can help those wanting to cook nutritionally branch out and try new recipes.


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Below are some top nutritionist-approved weight loss cookbooks that can be purchased from Amazon:

  1. Naturally Vegetarian Recipes and Stories From My Italian Family Farm – Valentina Solfrini
    This book includes 125 all-vegetarian recipes.

Naturally Vegetarian Recipes and Stories From My Italian Family Farm

2. The Mediterranean Diet Weight Loss Solution: The 28-Day Kickstart Plan for Lasting Weight Loss – Julene Stassou, M.S., R.D.
This book includes recipes that consist of fresh fruits, vegetables, whole grains and also includes a 28-day meal plan.

The Mediterranean Diet Weight Loss Solution: The 28-Day Kickstart Plan for Lasting Weight Loss

3. Smitten Kitchen Every Day: Triumphant and Unfussy New Favorites – Deb Perelman
This New York Times best seller has several no-fuss meals and includes fun ideas for meal prep foods for week-long healthy eating.

Smitten Kitchen Every Day: Triumphant and Unfussy New Favorites

4. The Edgy Veg: 138 Carnivore Approved Vegan Recipes – Candice Hutchings and James Aita
Do you want to become vegetarian but fear the meal options? This book will help give you the recipe options that will assist you. For those who are vegans or those who just want to incorporate more plant-based meals into their diet – this book is for you.

The Edgy Veg: 138 Carnivore Approved Vegan Recipes

5.  Trim Healthy Table: More than 300 All-New Healthy and Delicious Recipes from Our Homes to Yours  – Pearl Barrett and Serne Allison
Would you like to make healthy recipes for your family without spending all your time in the kitchen? This cookbook is for you. Recipes that your whole family can enjoy will make the weight loss journey easier.

Trim Healthy Mama's Trim Healthy Table: More Than 300 All-New Healthy and Delicious Recipes from Our Homes to Yours                                                                                                                     



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4 thoughts on “Cookbooks for Weight Loss

  1. Some great reviews here on these cookbooks. As the mother of two teenagers getting them to eat healthy is not always easy. Add into the mix that my daughter is vegetarian and my son a carnivore then you are looking at a recipe for disaster! I’m always on the lookout for recipes that keep both satisfied. My son is happy to eat vegetarian as long is there are meat sometimes and he relishes those days. I like to find recipes that are easy to convert to vegetarian or meat by removing or adding an ingredient so that I only have to cook one meal. One dish I make like that is paella where we all get rice, we all get vegies, then I add chicken to my son and my dish. Do you think the recipes in these books would allow easy conversions like this?

    1. Megan, thank you for the comments. It sounds like you are on a great eating plan for you and your family. I can imagine you have to get a bit more creative when it comes to cooking for your teenagers. Yes, I definitely feel these recipes can be converted. In your family’s situation, I feel the best conversions will come from the vegan cookbooks because they will contain recipes that your daughter would enjoy without the protein, initially. Once again, thank you for the comments.

      1. Thank you. I’ll definitely have a further look into the The Edgy Veg – 138 Carnivore-Approved Vegan Recipes as it does look like it may satisfy both. I really don’t like having to make two meals and so try to keep both happy as much as possible!

        Regards,
        Megan

        1. That sounds like a great plan, Megan. Of course as you are making your meals, you always have an option to add whatever protein to the meal a little later for the rest of your family. That way, it may not feel like you are making two completely different meals. Always feel free to stop by and visit my site anytime for more ideas and recipes. See you again, soon!

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