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1001 Best Low-Carb Recipes - Delicious Healthy Easy-to-make Recipes for Cutting Carbs - cover

1001 Best Low-Carb Recipes - Delicious Healthy Easy-to-make Recipes for Cutting Carbs

Sue Spitler

Publisher: Agate Surrey

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A redesigned and reformatted version of a title now returning to print, 1,001 Best Low-Carb Recipes is an extensive collection of great dishes for the health-conscious home cook looking for more low-carb options. Enlarged and beautifully repackaged, this book features a broader, more useful format that sits flat when open for maximum convenience.A 2014 randomized trial by the National Institutes of Health found that participants on a low-carb diet experienced greater weight loss than those on a low-fat diet. The prevalence of Celiac Disease and gluten-sensitivity has increased our interest in gluten-free recipes, while the popular paleo diet has led us to avoid dishes bloated with carbs.Above all, the recipes in the cookbook prove that a low-carb diet does not have to be bland or boring. Recipes include Caribbean Potato Salad, Sesame Shrimp Stir-Fry, and some surprises like Black Bottom Pie and Soft Molasses Cookies.The award-winning 1,001 cookbook series — which has sold 750,000 copies across all titles — has earned its popularity through carefully curated and tested recipes, as well as by featuring complete nutritional data. This book is the perfect compendium for those looking for a wide variety of gluten-free and paleo-friendly meals.

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