Francine Prince's New Diet for Life Cookbook by Francine Prince

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There has been a significant shift in American dietary trends.Cholesterol, sugar, "bad fats," and salt are out; Fiber,complex carbohydrates, and "good fats" are in. As webegin a new millennium, Americans are more conscious of theireating habits than ever before.Now, from the author of the best selling Dieter'sGourmet Cookbook, comes FRANCINE PRINCE'S NEW DIETFOR LIFE COOKBOOK, a timeless, healthful, gourmet cuisinefor everyone. The New Diet For Life Cookbook isaddressed not to Americans on a restricted diet, but to healthyAmericans who want to stay healthy.The New Diet for Life Cookbook cuts down oningredients that may be harmful to one's health and steps upingredients that are likely to be beneficial. In supermarketterms, this means carrying home more fruits and vegetables, wholegrain products, lean meat, chicken, and fish (particularly coldwater fish).

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Published January 16, 1990 by Perigee Trade. 224 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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In this latest of her self-promoting cookbooks, Prince (Francine Prince's Vitamin Diet, 1982) talks as if she invented the concept of tasty and healthful eating, calls her cooking ""haute cuisine"" (it's a far cry) and ""gourmet food"" (read contrived), and touts the ""newness"" of an approach th...

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