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5 of the Latest and Greatest Recipe Books for Dieters

latest recipe books for dieters

Recipe books for dieters can help you cook healthy meals for the entire family.

Recipe books act as any individual’s guide to his or her own kitchen. From people who love piling up their plates with beefsteaks to those looking for diet and weight loss recipes, they’ve got something for everyone. To make things easier for you, here is a list of the most impressive recipe books for dieters published in 2013. Each one of them features nutritional and delightfully delicious recipes for newly-turned vegans and gluten-free eaters as well as for those who simply want to add something new to their diet. Here is a list of five of the latest recipe books for dieters:

1. Whole-Grain Mornings by Megan Gordon

As the old adage goes, breakfast is the most essential meal of the day. A detailed book packed with whole-grain breakfast recipes is just what you need to embark on a weight loss diet. It contains recipes from cereals, breakfast cakes, scrambles, and a lot more. Each recipe includes whole grain and only natural sweeteners.

2. Primal Cravings: Your Favorite Foods Made Paleo by Brandon and Megan Keatley

This book is ideal for people who have recently turned to the paleo diet or are looking for gluten-free recipes. It was developed by Brandon and Megan Keatly, the creators of the famous fitness blog Health-Bent, who are also certified fitness coaches. They offer a volume loaded with inspiring recipes, including thin mint cookies, carrot cake, cream pies, and everything paleo.

3. The Fresh 20: 20-Ingredient Meal Plans for Health and Happiness 5 Nights a Week by Melissa Lanz

Although originally available as a meal-planning service, the Fresh 20 is currently accessible by everyone worldwide as a wonderful collection of easy-to-follow meal plans. The book is based on the idea of cooking meals with 20 organic, non-processed ingredients each week to create five nutritional, lip-smacking meals in a miraculously short time. A treat for busy dieters who can easily take out time for these brilliantly created weight-loss recipes.

4. VB6: Eat Vegan before 6:00 to Lose Weight and Improve Your Health…for Good by Mark Bittman

Written by Mark Bittman, the New York Times food columnist who was diagnosed with diabetes years back, this book provides an account of his healthy eating habits. What’s interesting to learn is that he eats like a vegan during the day but allows himself to enjoy almost anything after 6 p.m.—of course, in moderation. Not just a diet book, the publication provides more than 60 recipes, including effortless vegan breakfasts and snacks along with non-vegan lunches and dinners.

5. Feed Zone Portables: A Cookbook of On-the-Go Food for Athletes by Biju Thomas and Allen Lim

Although specifically written for athletes, this book works equally well for runners, cyclists, hikers, and people looking for healthy snacks on the go. Keeping in mind the calorie intake, the book proudly presents 75 recipes for cooking portable snacks that easily fit into your backpack. Each recipe is listed with its nutritional info. These professional authors have created recipes to be easily digested and convenient for busy weight-loss enthusiasts.

These are five of the latest and greatest recipe books for dieters you will find on the market.

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