Eat to Prevent and Control Disease Cookbook

70+ Delicious Indian Vegetarian Recipes for Healthy Living with Dedicated Recipes for Diabetes, Hypertension, and Arthritis

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Publisher Description

This cookbook comes with 70+ vegetarian recipes of Indian cuisine featuring herbs and spices with medicinal properties and superfoods to prevent and control chronic diseases.

La Fonceur, author of the bestseller Eat to Prevent and Control Disease, brings you Eat to Prevent and Control Disease Cookbook, a collection of delicious and flavorsome recipes based on the superfoods described in the original book.

Eating healthy doesn't have to be boring. You don't need to eat superfoods just for health. This cookbook brings you many delicious and mouth-watering superfoods recipes that you can relish anytime, any day. These dishes satisfy your taste buds as well as strengthen your immunity and protect you from chronic diseases with their therapeutic effects.

Eat to Prevent and Control Disease Cookbook brings you tangy beverages, savory snacks, main courses, and mouth-watering desserts to prevent and control diabetes, hypertension, and arthritis. Reduce your dependence on medications and their associated side effects with the dedicated recipes for these chronic diseases.

Certain foods become more nutritious when combined with other foods by increasing the absorption of nutrients into the bloodstream. This cookbook features several tempting recipes for combining the ideal nutrients so that you can get the most of the health benefits from them. Plus, this fully colored cookbook comes with eye-catching images of each recipe that make your eyes sparkle and make you drool.

With the Eat to Prevent and Control Disease Cookbook, you can now eat delicious food without worrying about your health!

Cookbooks, Food & Wine
December 14
Emerald Books
La Fonceur

Customer Reviews

A Senior with Old Eyes ,

This is not a normal cookbook — it’s better!

This is not a normal cookbook — it’s better!

First, this cookbook is definitely one of the more health-oriented cookbooks I have seen. It stays away health-harming ingredients. such as white sugar. and focuses on unprocessed ingredients as much as possible.

Secondly, the book (in the second chapter) explains how to prepare several essential ingredients at home for use in the recipes rather than using store-bought.

Thirdly, it has several ingredient and health tips and notes thorough the book that you’ll want to make read.

Fourthly, this cookbook is designed to help the reader incorporate superfoods into their diet and it provides the reader with recipes that are both good tasting AND good for your health.

Note that the cookbook focuses on Indian Vegetarian recipes, so they often call for ingredients that may be unfamiliar to some readers. However, the first chapter goes through the types of ingredients and cooking methods used.

Since health is a key “ingredient” of this cookbook, the recipes are arranged by the area of health which they help address rather than by particular dishes or parts of a meal. However, within the health categories, dishes are marked as “Main Course”, “Salad”, “Side Dish”, “Condiment”, “Beverage”, “Dessert”, and “Snack”. Thus, with some quick searching (assuming you’re using an electronic version of the book), you can find the dishes in that manner as well.


I received a free ARC copy and voluntarily reviewed this book.

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