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Cooking for Health

 

Cooking for Health: Cookbooks for Specific Conditions

Healing Spices: How to Use 50 Everyday and Exotic Spices to Boost Health and Beat Disease
by Bharat B. Aggarwal
Looks at the healing properties of fifty spices and explains how they can be incorporated into a healthy diet to treat specific health problems and boost natural immunity against common diseases, with fifty recipes for main and side dishes and instructions for making spice mixes. – (Baker & Taylor)
Allergy-Friendly Food for Families
Compiles recipes lacking five major allergens, including wheat, dairy, eggs, nuts, and soy, and provides ideas for desserts, snacks, and parties. – (Baker & Taylor)
American Heart Association Healthy Family Meals
Includes recipes that offer heart-healthy meal solutions that can keep families on a healthy course, with information on how to make healthy choices in the grocery store. – (Baker & Taylor)
Prevent a Second Heart Attack: 8 Foods, 8 Weeks to Reverse Heart Disease
by Janet Bond Brill
Refutes deprivation-based recommendations for heart-attack survivors, outlining a Mediterranean-style eating strategy based on clinically proven dietary combinations, in a reference complemented by recipes and a 14-day meal plan. Original. – (Baker & Taylor)
The Juice Lady's Guide to Juicing for Health
by Cherie Calbom
An updated edition explores the link between health and nutrition while providing recipes tailored to the needs of more than fifty health conditions, from ADHD and cancer to diabetes and multiple sclerosis, in a guide that also outlines specific nutritional programs and cleansing regimens. Original. 17,500 first printing. – (Baker & Taylor)
Gluten –Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook
by Leslie Cerier
'The Green Chef,' Leslie Cerier, presents Gluten-Free Recipes for the Conscious Cook, a vegetarian cookbook filled with recipes for gluten-free, delicious meals the whole family can enjoy. The book includes tips on seasonal cooking, adapting family recipes to accommodate celiac disease, and incorporating wholesome organic ingredients for optimal nutrition.
Betty Crocker Living With Cancer Cookbook
by Betty Crocker
Published in partnership with the Pink Together cancer support network, a latest volume of recipes that provide for the specific nutritional needs of cancer patients includes options for minimizing treatment side effects and is complemented by uplifting quotes, anecdotes and practical tips from survivors. Original. – (Baker & Taylor)
Just What the Doctor Ordered Diabetes Cookbook
by Joseph D'Amore
Brother-and-sister team Joseph D'Amore – doctor and cook – and Lisa D'Amore-Miller – chef and nutrition expert – have the medical knowledge and cooking expertise to make good food and great health a reality in your life. With these 133 quick, easy, and flavorful recipes, you'll be treating yourself with taste and wholesome nutrition.
The Autism Cookbook
by Susan K Delaine
Join the countless other families who have discovered enormous improvementin their autistic children through diet—now featuring new recipes, new photographs,new alternative ingredients, and the same beautiful design and deliciousfood that made the original edition so popular. Written by a mother of an autisticchild with numerous food allergies, this book is a simple and easy guide to preparingfamily-friendly meals that can improve a child’s digestion and immunity.Recipes are all free from wheat, rice, barley, oat, egg, milk, soy, peanut, tree nuts,fish, and shellfish. All recipes are gluten-free and casein-free and alternatives torefined white sugar are offered in recipes that require a sweetener. – (Norton Pub)
Dropping Acid: the Reflux Diet Cookbook & Cure
Describes the symptoms of acid reflux, offers information on how to allieviate it through diet, and includes seventy-five recipes for breakfast, salads, soups, entrees, snacks, and desserts. – (Baker & Taylor)
The Pink Ribbon Diet: a Revolutionary New Weight Loss Plan to Lower Your Breast Cancer Risk
by Mary Flynn
A new diet for the overweight breast-cancer patient or anyone at risk for the disease features 150 recipes full of nutrients that are thought to lower breast-cancer risk and improve biomarkers, which are indicators of risk. Original. – (Baker & Taylor)
Probiotic & Prebiotic Recipes for Health: 100 Recipes that Battle Colitis, Candidiasis, Food Allergies & other Digestive Disorders
by Tracy Olgeaty Gensler
Introduces one hundred healthful recipes made from prebiotic foods that are designed to promote the growth of protective, probiotic bacteria in the intestines while combating such ailments as colitis and other digestive disorders, heart disease, and cancer, accompanied by instructions on how to cook and store food to preserve optimal well-being. Original. – (Baker & Taylor)
Deliciously G-Free
by Elisabeth Hasselbeck
Presents more than one hundred easy-to-prepare recipes for satisfying gluten-free dishes while sharing stories about how the author successfully converted her family to a gluten-free diet. – (Baker & Taylor)
The DASH Diet Action Plan: Proven to Lower Blood Pressure and Cholesterol Without Medication
by Maria Heller
Presents a comprehensive diet plan designed to lower blood pressure and cholesterol through nutritional choices, with recipes and advice on healthy foods, meal plans, exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight. – (Baker & Taylor)
Gluten-Free Makeovers
by Beth Hillson
Hillson shows you how to put together your own gluten-free kitchen, and provides a detailed how-to for your own recipe makeovers. – (Baker & Taylor)
Simply—Gluten-Free Quick Meals
by Carol Kicinski
Demonstrates how to transition to a gluten-free lifestyle easily, providing more than one hundred simple, quick-prepare recipes that include options for everyday meals and special occasions. – (Baker & Taylor)
The Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet
Outlines five habits to follow and five habits to change in order to lose weight and manage blood sugar with a healthy diet and exercise. – (Baker & Taylor)
The Kitchen Diva's Diabetic Cookbook
by Angela Shelf Medearis
”Filled with delicious, inventive recipes, The Kitchen Diva's Diabetic Cookbook offers much more than a great resource for families who struggle with challenges of meal planning for diabetics. As in all of Medearis's cookbooks, the recipes are family friendly, well written, and easy for even beginning cooks to follow. I'm adding it to my list to give as gifts to all the busy family cooks in my life.” –Donna Pierce, BlackAmericaCooks.com and SkilletDiaries.com, former assistant food editor for theChicago Tribune – (Andrews McMeel)
The Complete IBS Health and Diet Guide
by Maitreyi Raman
Comprehensive in its scope, the book features more than 100 delicious recipes (with accompanying nutritional analysis) that have been specially created to help manage IBS. The recipes cover virtually every meal, from breakfast and snacks to main meal options and entrées, including vegan and vegetarian selections.
The Divvies Bakery Cookbook: No Nuts, No Eggs, No Dairy, Just Delicious
by Lori Sandler
A volume of favorite vegan recipes from New York's famous allergen-free “fun foods” bakery includes options for special occasions and a bonus selection of gluten-free recipes, in a collection that includes such fare as Divvies Famous Chocolate Cupcakes, Pick-Your-Berry Muffins and “Ice Cream” Hash. – (Baker & Taylor)
The Back in the Swing Cookbook: Recipes for Eating and Living Well Every Day After Breast Cancer
by Barbara C. Unell and Judith Fertig
Collects over one hundred fifty recipes for breast cancer survivors that feature natural ingredients, and offers suggestions on adopting a positive attitude and lifestyle and focusing on long-term wellness. – (Baker & Taylor)
The Ultimate Allergy-Free Snack Cookbook
by Judi Zucker
Offers more than one hundred vegetarian recipes that are free of eggs, cow's milk, soy, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shelllfish. – (Baker & Taylor)