30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook: Delicious Recipes for Easy, Low-Sodium Meals (Paperback)

30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook: Delicious Recipes for Easy, Low-Sodium Meals By Cheryl Strachan, RD Cover Image

30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook: Delicious Recipes for Easy, Low-Sodium Meals (Paperback)


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Fast, flavorful recipes for a strong, healthy heart

Food is a critical driver of heart health, and this heart healthy cookbook helps you take the wheel. The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook is full of simple, quick, and satisfying meals the whole family will love.

Meal planning tips, a grocery shopping guide, and at-a-glance food charts make it easy to prepare nutritious, low-sodium meals. Many recipes call for just five ingredients, and all are designed for efficiency, perfect for when you're short on time or energy.

This top choice among cookbooks features:
  • Recipes for every diet—Discover a wide array of options perfect for whatever style of heart-healthy diet you prefer, including vegetarian, vegan, DASH, and Mediterranean.
  • Nutrition info—Each recipe lists key nutrients like sodium and fat, along with the amount of vitamin K and potassium per serving.
  • Guidance for health concerns—Get advice for dieting with a variety of conditions like high cholesterol, high triglycerides, high blood pressure, diabetes, and prediabetes.

Enjoy delicious meals that take care of your heart with the 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook.
CHERYL STRACHAN is a registered dietitian, speaker, and writer specializing in cardiac health. Cheryl has provided nutrition counseling and education to thousands of people through the TotalCardiology Rehabilitation program and her private practice, Sweet Spot Nutrition. Follow her blog at sweetspotnutrition.ca.
Product Details ISBN: 9781641526326
ISBN-10: 1641526327
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: September 24th, 2019
Pages: 218
Language: English
”I have known Cheryl in her role as a dietitian and nutritionist in our cardiac rehabilitation program. Her extensive knowledge of nutrition science and guidelines has allowed her to incorporate the best evidence into the clinical information she passes on. Her advice is practical, understandable, and easy for most of us to incorporate into our daily dietary patterns. This book will be incredibly beneficial to anyone with coronary heart disease or cardiovascular disease, and, perhaps more importantly, it will also be a great help to those persons who are interested in preventing the occurrence of these types of life-threatening events.”—James A. Stone, MD, PhD, FRCPC, FAACVPR, FACC

“Skip Dr. Google and nonsense trends—get the real goods on decreasing your heart health risk. Cheryl has translated decades of heart-healthy nutrition research into a cookbook that is packed with ideas! She smartly addresses food labels and medical lingo with a solid understanding of the fear and overwhelmed state that many people (and their families) face after a heart health scare. It provides practical, reasonable information that is as reassuring as it is mouth-watering!”—Dr. Colleen Cannon, R.Psych, clinical psychologist, co-founder Craving Change Inc.

“If you are short on time, yet hungry for fast, good-tasting meals using easy-to-find ingredients, this is a must-have cookbook! Cheryl is a food-loving dietitian who shows you how to get flavorful meals on the table in under 30 minutes with mouthwatering recipes that taste great and are good for you (and your heart). Cheryl's balanced approach shows how a heart-healthy lifestyle is attainable for even the most time-stretched person.”—Kristyn Hall MSc, RD, chief energizing officer at Energize Nutrition

“Cheryl has helped heart-attack sufferers to streamline their diet and eat better, and she can do the same for you, no heart attack required. Discover tons of thoughtful tips based on scientific evidence—and delicious recipes, too. I’m now a regular maker of “Better Butter” and I’ve broadened my breakfast repertoire with pancakes and frittatas. This is a great book to have on hand when vegetarian or vegan friends visit, but don’t miss out on the variety of scrumptious and sensible meat dishes, too.”—Raj Bhardwaj, MD