Cooking Up the Good Life

Swedish title: Det goda livet

Category: Illustrated Non-Fiction / Food & Drink

Pub date: 25-08-2020

Format: 195x260 mm, 272 pages

Cooking Up the Good LifeFood That Makes a Difference

Tareq Taylor, Sara Ask

A cookery book with the ambition to inspire and guide anyone who wants to improve their health through their food. It also works as a manual for becoming happier and more alert and maybe even turn our life around if we’ve received an unfortunate diagnosis. By making small (or bigger) changes to our lifestyle we can actually achieve big health gains. The recipes are simple to follow and to vary and will instil self-confidence in the reader. Chef Tareq Taylor guarantees delicious food – he never sacrifices flavour for

the sake of health. His food is colourful and beautiful and involves lots of vegetables, fruit, pulses, fish, shellfish, nuts, seeds and healthy oils, and smaller quantities of chicken, red meat, cooked meats and sugar. Dietitian Sara Ask is responsible for the health facts and all the good advice that derives from well-founded health research. She also describes how we humans work and why we eat what we eat and make the choices we make. Why do some people find it easy to maintain their weight and not others? And how do you actually put together a good meal? One thing is for sure, there is no single formula for how to eat and live, just lots of different ways that may be right for you.

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