We’re eager to tell you about two great new books from renowned nutritionist and weight/fitness expert Dr. Jonny Bowden, author of Living Low Carb, The 150 Healthiest Foods on Earth, The Healthiest Meals on Earth, and many more.
Because we think so highly of his skill at translating nutritional health science into lively, engaging guides to eating and living healthier, we’ve long offered a Dr. Jonny Bowden Healthiest Foods Starter Pack featuring the super-foods he recommends, such as wild salmon, tuna, organic berries, herbs, and spices.
You’ll find 150 tasty, healthful recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacking using whole foods, kitchen shortcuts, and time-savers like pre-cooked fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables.
Of the 30 great-sounding creations in the seafood section, we made and really loved “Jonny’s Mega Omega Salmon in a Snap” and the “Hasty and Tasty Shrimp Cilantro Soup.”
The book features 100 recipes that take only 15 minutes to go from kitchen to table (including 25 that require little or no cooking); 25 entrees that take just 15 minutes of prep plus some cooking time; and 25 quick snacks, many of which can serve as mini-meals.
The authors use almost no processed foods—except small amounts as needed to speed things up—and offer advice for stocking a 15-minute-meal pantry, freezing and batching foods, and making versatile marinades and sauces.
And in The Most Effective Ways to Live Longer Cookbook, Jonny focuses on what he calls “The Four Horsemen of Aging”
—free radicals, inflammation, glycation, and stress
—and provides anti-aging strategies and recipes targeting the heart, brain, liver, muscles, tendons, and bones.
Both books feature kitchen-friendly, stain-resistant covers.
We were surprised and honored to find Dr. Bowden recommending us on page 21 of The Most Effective Ways to Live Longer, page 112 of The 150 Healthiest 15-Minute Recipes, and in many recipes… thanks, Dr. Bowden!
Together, they give readers loads of recipes that make it easy to eat to feel great, avoid illness… and enjoy a longer “health span”!