Learning to feed yourself is more than mastering how to
use a knife, fork and spoon. And learning to eat
healthier is more than knowing the way to the closest
fast food restaurant or the “healthy” frozen entrees in
the frozen food section of your neighborhood
supermarket—its knowing how to prepare meals that are
not only better for you from a caloric standpoint, but
are healthier for you as well.
was raised in a world where apples, peaches, pears,
cantaloupe and honeydew melon were good for you. Fruit,
of any type, and in just about any quantity was good for
you. Don’t get me wrong. Fruit is always healthy—in
moderation. Knowing the amount of fruits and vegetables
to put into the meals you prepare are as important as
the other ingredients that go into the meal.
According to the British Medical Society, this is the first generation in history to where the parents are
expected to outlive their children due to poor eating
habits. Why? Because in the two parent working home, or
in the single parent home, fast food and carryout; or
frozen entrees flavored with chemical preservatives have
become a kitchen staple even though preparing your own
meals really doesn’t take much more time—and they taste
better…and are much healthier to enjoy.
What COOKING WITHOUT WHITE FLOUR OR SUGAR teaches you—in
addition to dozens of healthy recipes, is how to
substitute healthier and perhaps even more tasty
ingredients in your own family recipes as well. Cooking
without sugar means creating naturally-sweetened
desserts like our delicious brownies that you will fi
ght for—without sugar or artificial sweetners. Yet, they
are naturally sweeter than sugar.
Green diet? Yeast diet? No carb diet? All carb diet?
High protein diet? Low protein diet? Try the “my own
kitchen” diet. It’s time you started to enjoy eating
again by simply changing some of the ingredients you put
in the food you prepare—and enjoy healthier results.
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