• Title: The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook: Over 125 Delicious, Life-Changing, Plant-Based Recipes
  • Author: Ann Crile Esselstyn Jane Esselstyn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 486
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook Over Delicious Life Changing Plant Based Recipes The long awaited cookbook companion to the revolutionary New York Times bestseller Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease T Colin Campbell is just one of the many supporters of Caldwell B Esselstyn s bests
    The long awaited cookbook companion to the revolutionary New York Times bestseller Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease T Colin Campbell is just one of the many supporters of Caldwell B Esselstyn s bestseller, Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease The plant based nutrition plan Dr Esselstyn advocates based on his twenty year nutritional study the most comprehensive of its kiThe long awaited cookbook companion to the revolutionary New York Times bestseller Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease T Colin Campbell is just one of the many supporters of Caldwell B Esselstyn s bestseller, Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease The plant based nutrition plan Dr Esselstyn advocates based on his twenty year nutritional study the most comprehensive of its kind is proven to stop and reverse even advanced coronary disease, and than 336,000 readers have benefited from the revolutionary regimen so far, including Samuel L Jackson.Ann Crile Esselstyn and Jane Esselstyn are a mother daughter team with decades of experience developing delicious, healthful dishes for both their family and Dr Esselstyn s many grateful patients In this much anticipated cookbook, they share than 125 delicious and nutritious recipes that make it easy to follow Dr Esselstyn s lifesaving dietary advice Heart disease remains one of today s deadliest killers, and The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook empowers readers to make their hearts healthier, one delectable meal at a time.

    One Reply to “The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook: Over 125 Delicious, Life-Changing, Plant-Based Recipes”

    1. This is a compendium to the book by her husband and to be honest (thus the 4 stars) I much prefer the recipes in the original book - by far better in my opinoin. With that said, while I had been neglectful in doing a lot of cooking over the years, eating plant based now has forced me to get out old recipes and rework them so that they comply. We preferred to go more the asian way than mexican (prior to eating this way mexican was a type of food we never cared for) and now we eat a lot of lovely, [...]

    2. There are a handful of recipes I'd like to try in this book, including cauliflower steaks. If I can sell them on my husband, who doesn't care for cauliflower, I'll change my rating to 4 stars!In the meantime, for me the most valuable part of the book were the several tips for preventing and reversing heart disease(possibly a sum up of the book on which this one is based). A couple that I will be adding to my already healthier choices are - eat your food, don't drink it; and completely eliminate [...]

    3. I started reading the cookbook last evening and finished it this morning. Making my shopping list and ready to try out some new recipes. The salad dressings alone are worth getting your hands on this book.

    4. I always get cookbooks first from Library, this one solely for the recipes being Whole Foods Plant-Based. It's a keeper, will get my own copy to add to my collection!

    5. so much yum!This is just what I was Poking for in a plant based co iBook! I am looking forward to making all of the recipes and feeling great!

    6. This is an excellent follow-up to Dr. Esselstyn's book: Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease. His wife and daughter are the cook book's authors, and have packed a lot of information and suggestions into it. Dr. Esselstyn has written a short and very informative introduction . As a reader living outside of the US, I have found that the references to brand name ingredients are frustrating, as most of the suggested brands do not exist where I live. But the recipes and techniques are helpful anywhere i [...]

    7. Love this whole food, plant-based, no oil cookbook. There is a great Getting Started and a Q&A section and in the beginning of the book. I read it quickly over Christmas break and have already made a few of the recipes which were delicious. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is that while there are lots of pictures, there isn't one for every recipe which I like.

    8. Love this cookbook! We have tried many of the recipes in this book and have enjoyed every one of them. Can't say we have any particular favorites, but I know we have several on repeat mode!

    9. I was really excited to pick up a copy of this from the library. I was expecting something along the lines of the Happy Herbivore or the Forks Over Knives cookbooks or even Dreena Burton. Instead, this book is much more what the title implies--a book of recipes to prevent and reverse heart disease. What that means is that the recipes at least seem from reading them (since I didn't actually try cooking any of them) very austere. No nuts, in addition to the little refined oil. Little salt, sugar, [...]

    10. As a vegan with a nut allergy, it was refreshing to have a nut free cookbook (minus some recipes with almond milk, which is easy to sub out). There are some creative, tasty sounding recipes that I look forward to trying, but the cookbook also seems to overcomplicate some simple things (like stretching out hummus variations over way too many pages).

    11. a long healthy life could be so simple if we would just listen.An enjoyable read.This would make a nice addition to anyone's personal library.

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