A new way to saute, world’s healthiest foods offer options for a healthier New Year

  • By Sue Ade
  • Tuesday, January 5, 2016 3:18pm
  • LifeFood

With 1064 pages, 500 re-tested recipes and over 300 new recipes, “The World’s Healthiest Foods, 2nd Edition: The Force For Change To Health-Promoting Foods and New Nutrient-Rich Cooking,” is one hefty book – literally. Weighing in at over five pounds (heavier than my phone book), the encyclopedic volume is a comprehensive guide to healthy eating using nutritional foods, cooking techniques and “smart menus for every meal of the day,” written by George Mateljan, an expert on health-promoting foods and healthy cooking.

All of the recipes in the book cook foods without the use of heated oil by using vegetable or chicken broth or water – a technique developed by Mateljan called “healthy sauté.” When oil (extra virgin olive oil) appears in a recipe, it is added to foods such as vegetables, sauces and soups after they have been cooked, adding rich nutrients and complex flavor to the dish.

If you’ve made a resolution to eat healthier in the New Year, or if you wish to gain knowledge about health-promoting foods and nutrient –rich cooking, “The World’s Heathiest Foods,” will be of interest to you. But, no matter the motivation for embracing a healthy life-style, or where we seek guidance, it is good to remember that our doctors and health-care providers should always be consulted regarding individual health needs or concerns.

For further information about this title, including where to purchase, visit www.whfoods.com.

 

Recipes from “The World’s Healthiest Foods, Second Edition: The Force For Change To Health-Promoting Foods and New Nutrient-Rich Cooking,” by George Mateljan; reprinted with permission of the publisher, GFM Publishing, www.whfoods.com.

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