The classic low-cholesterol cookbook with more than 350 easy-to-prepare, healthy, gourmet recipes
If you’re feeling deprived, bored, or turned off by diet food, think about such delectable treats as Orange-glazed Cornish Hens, Cajun Blackened Redfish, Chocoholic’s Chocolate Cake, and many other inspired specialties. Harriet Roth, nutritionist, author, and former director of the Pritikin Longevity Center Cooking School, provides more than 350 low-cholesterol, low-fat recipes for breakfasts, lunches, brunches, dinners, appetizers, desserts, and more. This updated edition of her classic cookbook includes:
• Thirty new delicious recipes • More than 100 menu plans • Nutritional information on statins and other cholesterol-lowering treatments, trans fats, and other dietary research • Invaluable tips on converting your favorite recipes into low-cholesterol, low-fat versions • Nutritional contents for cholesterol, total fat, trans fat, saturated fat, fiber, sodium, and calories for each recipe
This gourmet-quality, nutrition-oriented cookbook lets cholesterol watchers know exactly what they should and should not eat—providing savory recipes that are dedicated to your health. Bon appétit!
Harriet Roth is the former director of the Pritikin Longevity Center Cooking School and the author of the bestselling cookbooks Deliciously Simple, Deliciously Low, and Harriet Roth’s Cholesterol Control Cookbook. She lives in Los Angeles, California.
Paperback | $20.00
Published by Plume Jun 04, 2008| 448 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-7/16| ISBN 9780452289680
“Easy-to-understand information about cholesterol and how to control its presence in one’s diet. Also discussed are dietary fiber and how this affects cholesterol; weight reduction and maintenance; and cholesterol-lowering drugs sometimes prescribed when dieting proves insufficient… Providing more than 250 recipes and 200 meal plans, she shows, moreover, that low-cholesterol cooking need not be uninspired.”—Publishers Weekly
“Roth does an exemplary job.”—The Washington Post
“Combines the knowledge of an experienced nutritionist with the talent of a skilled chef.”—David S. Sobel, M.D., regional director of Patient Education and Health Promotion, Kaiser Permanente MedicalCare Program