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The Food & Mood Cookbook: Recipes for Eating Well and Feeling Your Best

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From the author of Food & Mood, recipes for dishes that can boost energy, soothe depression, and control cravings

Following the publication of her groundbreaking book Food & Mood, Elizabeth Somer became one of the nation’s leading experts on the link between diet and feelings. Now she applies her insights into nutrition, weight, and emotion to the kitchen in this practical guide to eating well.

The Food & Mood Cookbook contains more than two hundred delicious and easy recipes for entrées, salads, side dishes, breads, beverages, and desserts. The varied dishes include
• Thai wraps
• cold curried chicken salad with cranberries
• plum-glazed chicken on skewers
• Cajun shrimp-and-corn bisque
• linguini with fresh tomatoes, capers, and lemon
• creamy, low-fat fudge
• lemon bundt cake with raspberry filling

Each recipe is briefly introduced with information about how these foods can affect emotions and energy, and the book is full of helpful charts and tips. The first cookbook devoted to the relationship between food and mood, Somer’s book will appeal to anyone interested in eating to feel better.

Synopsis:

From curried chicken salad to creamy low-fat fudge, this book presents more than 200 easy recipes for entres, salads, side dishes, breads, beverages, and desserts that can boost energy, soothe depression, and control cravings.

Synopsis:

From the author of Food & Mood, recipes for dishes that can boost energy, soothe depression, and control cravings

Following the publication of her groundbreaking book Food & Mood, Elizabeth Somer became one of the nation’s leading experts on the link between diet and feelings. Now she applies her insights into nutrition, weight, and emotion to the kitchen in this practical guide to eating well.

The Food & Mood Cookbook contains more than two hundred delicious and easy recipes for entrées, salads, side dishes, breads, beverages, and desserts. The varied dishes include

• Thai wraps

• cold curried chicken salad with cranberries

• plum-glazed chicken on skewers

• Cajun shrimp-and-corn bisque

• linguini with fresh tomatoes, capers, and lemon

• creamy, low-fat fudge

• lemon bundt cake with raspberry filling

Each recipe is briefly introduced with information about how these foods can affect emotions and energy, and the book is full of helpful charts and tips. The first cookbook devoted to the relationship between food and mood, Somer’s book will appeal to anyone interested in eating to feel better.

About the Author

Elizabeth Somer, M.A., R.D., is a consulting nutritionist and a regular contributor to such national magazines as Shape, Better Homes and Gardens, and American Health. She is also the author of Food & Mood, Nutrition for Women (0-8050-7081-8), Nutrition for a Healthy Pregnancy (0-8050-6998-4), and The Origin Diet (0-8050-6928-3). She lives in Salem, Oregon. Jeanette Williams, R.N., is a longtime collaborator of Somers, and also a consultant and recipe developer for a number of companies. She lives in Salem, Oregon.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780805073386
Subtitle:
Recipes for Eating Well and Feeling Your Best
Author:
Somer, Elizabeth
Author:
Elizabeth Somer, M.A., R.D.
Author:
Somer, Elizabeth , M.A., R.D.
Author:
Jeanette Williams, R.N.
Author:
Williams, Jeanette
Author:
Williams, Jeanette , R.N.
Publisher:
Holt Paperbacks
Location:
New York
Subject:
General
Subject:
Cookery
Subject:
Nutrition
Subject:
Diets - General
Subject:
Healthy Living
Subject:
Nutritionally induced diseases
Subject:
Mood
Subject:
Diets
Subject:
Health & Healing - General
Subject:
Diets
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Edition Description:
Trade Paperback
Series Volume:
no. 29
Publication Date:
20040107
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
336
Dimensions:
1400x3800

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"Synopsis" by , From curried chicken salad to creamy low-fat fudge, this book presents more than 200 easy recipes for entres, salads, side dishes, breads, beverages, and desserts that can boost energy, soothe depression, and control cravings.
"Synopsis" by ,
From the author of Food & Mood, recipes for dishes that can boost energy, soothe depression, and control cravings

Following the publication of her groundbreaking book Food & Mood, Elizabeth Somer became one of the nation’s leading experts on the link between diet and feelings. Now she applies her insights into nutrition, weight, and emotion to the kitchen in this practical guide to eating well.

The Food & Mood Cookbook contains more than two hundred delicious and easy recipes for entrées, salads, side dishes, breads, beverages, and desserts. The varied dishes include

• Thai wraps

• cold curried chicken salad with cranberries

• plum-glazed chicken on skewers

• Cajun shrimp-and-corn bisque

• linguini with fresh tomatoes, capers, and lemon

• creamy, low-fat fudge

• lemon bundt cake with raspberry filling

Each recipe is briefly introduced with information about how these foods can affect emotions and energy, and the book is full of helpful charts and tips. The first cookbook devoted to the relationship between food and mood, Somer’s book will appeal to anyone interested in eating to feel better.

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