Synopses & Reviews
The return of the true Paleo diet with 250 enticing recipes that prove following The Paleo Diet is as delicious, inventive, and inspiring as it is healthy
Itandrsquo;s officialandmdash;the real Paleo Diet is back. Loved for its simplicity, health benefits, and because it really works, the diet has been widely imitated since its release. Yet no one knows this plan better than Loren Cordain, its creator. As an expert in evolutionary medicine, Cordain realized we had moved away from the foods we were designed to eatandmdash;lean proteins, fruits, and vegetablesandmdash;while modern staples such as sugar, salt, and carbohydrates were creating a host of 21st-century health issues, including obesity and heart disease. By eating the right food, people are healthier. But can eating Paleo be tasty?
In this all-new cookbook with 250 recipes and 75 photos, Cordain makes eating Paleo a pleasure, not a burden. Ranging from Cucumber Aquaand#160;Fresca to Fruit-Stuffed Topand#160;Loin Roast with Brandy Sauce, the recipes satisfy even the most finicky. This is the book the Paleo community has been waiting forandmdash;scientific accuracy combined with great taste.
Well Fed 2: More Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat
is the follow-up to the deliciously popular Well Fed — by “The Clothes Make The Girl” blogger Melissa Joulwan — and it's packed with even more internationally-inspired recipes, mouth-watering photos, and easy meal ideas. Well Fed 2
proves that the Paleo diet — too often defined by what you give up — is really about what you gain: good health, a light heart, and memorable meals to share with the people you love.
An all-new, full-color cookbook from the originator of The Paleo Diet, Loren Cordain, Ph.D.,and#160;with 250 delicious must-have recipes and 75 color photos
From Loren Cordain, the creator of The Paleo Dietandreg;, comes The Real Paleo Diet: Fast and Easy, showcasing simple, satisfying, and fast recipes that prove eating Paleo is neither difficult nor time-consuming. Cordain also provides tips and insights on how he and his wife create easy Paleo meals for their family, which includes three teenage sons.
The simple, satisfying and delicious way to eat paleo every day, no matter how busy you are
Loren Cordain, Ph.D., creator of The Paleo Diet, understands that we live busy lives, but he also knows this is no reason to sacrifice good health; a great dinner that follows The Paleo Diet is only 30 minutes away with this innovative cookbook. The book has a range of speedy meals, from flash-roasted fish to microwave peach chutney for pork chops. There are soups, skillet meals, fresh dinner salads, and more. The 170 recipes and 70 color photos make dinner easy and appealing.and#160;and#160;The recipes use Paleo convenience foods, such as salt-free canned tomatoes and frozen vegetables, and draw on the techniques that Dr. Cordain and his family developed for their own busy lives. Also included is the Paleo Pantry, with recipes for Paleo condiments and spice blends to enliven meals throughout the week.
About the Author
Melissa Joulwan is the author of Well Fed: Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat
, as well as Living Paleo for Dummies
(Wiley) and the popular paleo recipe and lifestyle blog The Clothes Make The Girl (http://www.theclothesmakethegirl.com), winner of the 2012 "Best Healthy Cooking Blog" from TheKitchn.com. She is also the author of the memoir Rollergirl: Totally True Tales From The Track
Melissa is a member of the Community Ambassador program for Experience Life magazine and is frequent guest blogger for ExperienceLife.com. An experienced public speaker, she has presented at the PaleoFX conference, regularly teaches cooking classes at Whole Foods Culinary Center, and is a speaker at gyms/health facilities on adopting the paleo lifestyle.
Melissa has been a follower and a strong advocate for the Paleo diet since 2009. After a thyroidectomy that year, she became particularly interested in how diet affects hormones, body composition, mood, motivation, and athletic performance. These days, her workouts are just as likely to include yoga and meditation, as lifting heavy things, sprinting, and trying to stay ahead of the CrossFit stopwatch. She lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband Dave and their cat Smudge.