Anyone made a new year’s resolution to drop a few pounds and finding it not going as well as intended?
How about a different approach, then?
With “Keto Diet Cookbook For Beginners: 550 Recipes For Busy People on Keto Diet,” imagine no counting calories, never feeling like you’re losing out while eating food that feels naughty to eat, and yet keep losing excess weight.
You might have heard of a ketogenic diet, maybe even looking to do it, or don’t know it at all.
Thankfully, what this cookbook does for the beginner is make it easy to cook and eat ketogenically with a huge variety of recipes that are beautifully displayed with full-color photos, which makes each recipe look so delicious that your mouth might salivate on sight.
These keto recipes not only can help lead you to weight loss, but with these uncomplicated recipes it also frees up the amount of time spent cooking.
Author Elizabeth Cunningham includes her “Top 10 Keto Recipes.” Her brunches and dinners taste so good, they can make you feel like you’re “cheating”!
She also includes breakfast recipes as well as a wide variety of soups, salads and stews. Working with most varieties of diets, this cookbook is filled with a variety of meat recipes, and yet it also includes the meatless or vegetarian dishes sitting right up next to the delicious snacks and desserts!
Even though this says it is for the beginner, it is quickly becoming an essential cookbook for both the keto beginner as well as the experienced ketogenist because of how wonderful these recipes really are.
This ketogenic diet book is a great resource regarding low-carb dieting, too. It even includes possible dieting results as well and offers up very specific ways to enhance your ketogenic experience.
Cynhia Lynn and Ed Justus are owners of The Bookstore in Hanapepe.