The 20/20 Diet Cookbook
Transform your life and body with high-energy wholefoods
Number Of Pages: 208
Published: 1st February 2014
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 24.8 x 18.1 x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.71
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Leading Australian nutritionist Lola Berry devised the ground-breaking and easy-to-follow 20/20 Diet based on years of experience in her own practice, helping people to shed excess kilos, and also her own weight journey.
Lola's tried and tested path to weight-loss and good health loads the body up with nutrient-dense foods and avoids the dairy, grains and refined sugar that are common allergens. Basically, it's about eating what humans were designed to eat: unprocessed, nutritious, natural, seasonal, whole and delicious foods.
In The 20/20 Diet Cookbook, Lola introduces a raft of natural ingredients as she offers inspired, nutritionally packed dishes that are gratifying, full of flavour and simple to make, for any night of the week. Beautifully photographed throughout, the recipes are based on an ethos of:
· No sugar
· No wheat
· No gluten
· Very little dairy
They encourage you to expand your pantry with whole and natural flours, oils, alternative fats and sweeteners and to try plenty of different grains, seeds, plenty of nuts and berries in your cooking. Lola teaches about each ingredient in her inimitable, charming style, and shares 80 of her favourite recipes that make it easy to decide what to eat next - recipe such as:
Roast Chicken with Quinoa, Pistachio & Cranberry Stuffing * Pumpkin, Almond & Zucchini Loaf * Banoffee Pie * Crispy Kale Chips * Rocket, Macadamia & Strawberry Salad * Kangaroo Steaks with Mango & Avocado Salsa * a whole chapter of delicious smoothie recipes * Mexican Chili Beef * Raw Rose and Raspberry tart * Sticky Date Pudding * Strawberry, almond and pomegranate pancakes
About the Author
Lola Berry is a pocket rocket. One of Australia's leading and most popular nutritionists, Lola appears regularly on television shows such as The Project, Mornings and A Current Affair, is a spokesperson in print and on radio, is well-known and loved in the media. Lola lives in Melbourne.