Though coconut oil has recently been recognized as a powerful, medicinal, and natural substance, it has gone long unnoticed in terms of its health benefits. Bruce Fife's The Coconut Miracle provides a lengthy depiction of coconut oil's uses as a topical product as well as an ingredient. Readers may even be surprised by the detailed index, which takes into account many unique challenges individuals may face, and the way in which coconut oil can provide relief and overall support. The Coconut Miracle will likely bring most readers a generous amount of insight into their overall health and encourage natural health and general well-being.
Nerissa Oden's Bread-Free Bread is not the average gluten-free cookbook. Instead of resorting to the typical, starchy replacements, Oden offers a whole-foods take that incorporates healthy fibers, proteins, and fats that both add to her substitute's flavor and nutritive properties. Bread-Free Bread follows a generally "paleo" approach, and does not solely aim to provide a simple replacement for those with gluten and dairy intolerances. Rather, these recipes range in flavor and genres, guaranteeing a pleasant solution to a gluten-filled world.
Rebecca Wood's The Whole Bowl offers a wide array of flavorful soup recipes despite various eating restrictions, such as gluten- and dairy-free. Despite these dietary restrictions, Wood provides many innovative and original options to add variety to one's diet, combining unique spices and whole foods into one bowl. Rather than aiming to recreate meals in an average diet, Wood goes beyond such thinking to supply properly nutritious substitutes that surpass the typical replacement dish.