What you eat plays a significant role in creating energy, preventing and managing diseases, and enjoying mental and physical stamina.
My story: A year ago, my doctor diagnosed me with very high cholesterol. She told me I had no choice but to start taking drugs to control it. I made a deal with her: I would try to lower the cholesterol naturally in the next two months. If I couldn’t, I would take the medication. I embarked on a low-fat, vegetarian diet, such as the one in Vegetarian Light Cooking, and I also increased my cardio exercise to about five hours per week. The result: I significantly lowered my overall cholesterol and triglycerides and my doctor told me I did not have to take the medicine! “How did you do it?” she asked incredulously.
If Spinach Lasagna, Roasted Red Peppers in a Tomato Cream Sauce, and Jambalaya sound good to you, you will have no trouble incorporating these recipes into your healthy lifestyle.
Adding butter and cream to recipes is an easy way to make them taste richer; but, like eating fast food burgers, the effects to your health can be disastrous. What if there was a way to make delicious food without adding a lot of artery clogging ingredients? Vegetarian Light Cooking shows you how. Unlike so many mass-produced cookbooks aimed at a commercial market, Vegetarian Light Cooking features low-fat, healthful, disease-preventing vegetables, grains and proteins.
Where did the recipes come from? Many of them are family recipes that I have made lighter and healthier. Some I created during… Read more…