Synopses & Reviews
Dr. Schwarzbein teams up with acclaimed professional chef Evelyn Jacob to whip up 300 delicious, healing recipes that prove that eating the Schwarzbein way doesn't have to be difficult, boring or fat-free!
With easy-to-follow directions, tips and comprehensive nutritional breakdowns, the book offers healthy entrees and accompaniments for any meal, with delicacies like: breakfast burritos, mushroom-gorgonzola omelettes with walnuts, chicken sate with peanut sauce, crustless quiche, hot artichoke cheese dip, pecan-baked brie, lobster bisque, Asian shrimp, mint pesto chicken, beef stroganoff, Thai basil beef, barbecued spareribs and kielbasa with sauerkraut.
Renowned physician Schwarzbein teams up with professional chef Evelyn Jacob Jaffe to whip up 300 delicious, healing recipes, proving that eating the Schwarzbein way doesn't have to be difficult, boring, or fat-free. Includes easy-to-follow directions and nutritional breakdowns.
About the Author
Diana Schwarzbein, M.D.
, is a graduate of the University of Southern California (USC) Medical School and completed her residency in internal medicine and a fellowship in endocrinology at Los Angeles County USC Medical Center. She founded The Schwarzbein Principle Institute in 1993. She sub-specializes in metabolism, diabetes, osteoporosis, menopause, and thyroid conditions, and lectures on these subjects frequently. She is the author of the bestselling books The Schwarzbein Principle, The Schwarzbein Principle II, The Schwarzbein Principle: The Program, The Schwarzbein Principle Cookbook
, and The Schwarzbein Principle Vegetarian Cookbook.
Nancy Deville is the coauthor of best-selling health books including Tired of Being Tired. Her most recent book, Ancient Herbs, Modern Medicine will be published January 2003. Nancy Deville lives with her husband in Santa Barbara,California.Evelyn Jacob is a chef, artist and former co-owner of the New York Bagel Factory in Santa Barbara, California. She founded and directs Project Food Chain, a volunteer-based program that provides meals for people with AIDS and other life-challenging diseases.