Five Healthy Cooking Books that You Should Read

A necessity for being health is to eat health food, but a lot of us connects the word healthy food with grilled chicken and steamed vegetables, but this is not true, today we are introducing to you a list of five healthy cooking books according to nutritionists, and these books will add some inspiration regarding healthy food and it will help to prevent you from purchasing fast foods and will make tend to use nutritious ingredients and recipes.

Book No.1: Fresh Italian Cooking for the New Generation

Everyone loves Italian cooking and this book gives you a fresh take regarding it. The R.D.N and food blogger at Grateful Grazer Stephanie McKercher said that it is her best book when it comes to plant-based Italian comfort food as it is full of healthy and simple vegetarian recipes.
The R.D.N Whitney English believes that this book suites those who love hearty Italian meals and they want to improve their health and diet without leaving taste and tradition behind.

Book No.2: Taco! Taco! Taco!

Who doesn’t love taco?! Everyone does and thanks to this book, you can make tacos that are both healthy and delicious. Alissa Rumsey says that this book includes about 100 different taco recipes that feature lots of colorful, nourishing foods including whole grains, vegetables and many different sources of protein. She also believes that these recipes are very simple to make and they are delicious, so this is the best option for anyone who loves tacos and wants to the degree to which they can be versatile.

Book No.3: The Pescatarian Cookbook: The Essential Kitchen Companion

Fish is very healthy and delicious meal that you should eat at least once a week, but cooking fish can be intimidating for many, but this book helps to remove this pressure. The R.D.N and founder of NutritionStarringYOU.com Lauren Harris-Pincus says that this book helps by giving various delicious ways to include seafood in your meal rotation, in addition to having delicious accompanying recipes such as desserts and sides.

Book No.4: Half Baked Harvest Cookbook

If you are a fan of Tieghan Gerard’s blog Half Baked Harvest, then you should try her cookbook. R.D.N Stephanie McKercher praised this book as she believes that it is filled with seasonal, crow-pleasing recipes that suites every occasion, starting from crispy buffalo quinoa bites to braised pork tamale burrito bowls, the recipes introduced in the book focus on reaching max flavor from healthy ingredients.

Book No.5: Weeknight Wonders: Delicious, Healthy Dinners in 30 Minutes or Less

If you are a fan of Tieghan Gerard’s blog Half Baked Harvest, then you should try her cookbook. R.D.N Stephanie McKercher praised this book as she believes that it is filled with seasonal, crow-pleasing recipes that suites every occasion, starting from crispy buffalo quinoa bites to braised pork tamale burrito bowls, the recipes introduced in the book focus on reaching max flavor from healthy ingredients.

Half an avocado contains 3.4 grams of fibre, including soluble and insoluble, both of which your body needs to keep the digestive system running smoothly. Plus, soluble fibre slows the breakdown of carbohydrates in your body, helping you feel full for longer.
Avocados also contain oleic acid, a fat that activates the part of your brain that makes you feel full. Healthier unsaturated fats containing oleic acid have been shown to produce a greater feeling of satiety than less-healthy saturated fats and trans fats found in processed foods.

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