6. Sergey Leonov: Healthy cooking. Anti-age kitchen
The book is from a man with 15 years of professional experience, winner of prizes in international competitions and awarded the order of an honorary member of the Spanish Chefs’ Club. Sergey Leonov, with the support of nutritionist Angelica Duval, presents simple but effective principles of anti-aging nutrition: freshness, ease of preparation, taste, naturalness, benefits and laughter during preparation. A smiling chef will tell you how to properly prepare a particular dish, share chic global recipes with his own adjustments and reveal many professional secrets. Everything in order to eat and live long.
One review says: finally, the dream of losing weight without hunger strikes is taking shape. Despite the name, the recipes are not straight “HLS-HLS” and impossible to eat, but literally on the verge – and tasty, sometimes even juicy and fat, but at the same time without damage to your body. Also, in another review, you can read information from a seasoned buyer of such literature: she writes that she plans to cook according to all the recipes in this book, while in other similar ones, not everything suits her and her family.
7. Perlmutter, Lob erg: Food and the Brain. cookbook
A cookbook supplement to Food and the Brain by American College of Nutrition Fellow, Category 1 Neurologist, Awarded for Research in Neuroscience. In the main book, Mr. Perlmutter wrote that carbohydrates, gluten and glucose cause an inflamed state of the brain in the body, which we do not even suspect, since there are no nerve endings in the brain cells, and urged to adjust the diet and lean on meat, fish, fat and eggs to avoid Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Here he also gives specific recipes, in the amount of 150 pieces, which correspond to his principles and help protect the brain from premature aging.
As the reviewers write: “A book that claims to be a ‘desktop’ one. Here are not just recipes for meals that help you feel full, but recipes that will boost your brain and make you feel more productive every day. Everything is divided into sections, it is very easy to choose something, and at the same time – there is no “useful, but terribly tasteless”. There are practically no ridiculous dishes, the instructions are clear and selected from the available ingredients, despite the fact that it was written by an American who clearly started from his own taste habits.
8. Yuri Fiche: Vegans against meat-eaters. Looking for the golden mean
An excellent book from an author who remains, as they say, “above the battle” of two opposing sides. He scientifically and reasonably tries to understand the advantages and disadvantages of veganism and meat-eating, ponders why the Caucasian meat diet is conducive to longevity, while the widespread vegetarianism in India does not really make the weather on their average life expectancy. Everything is backed up by practical nutritional optimization tips that will be useful to absolutely everyone. It can definitely be recommended to those who really want to find a middle ground and take the best from a rich variety of products without any restrictions.
A beautifully designed book for those who believe that the key to proper nutrition and longevity is a full-fledged diet, without excesses in one direction or another. As they say in the reviews: I was pleasantly pleased with the author’s language, popular science, which, despite some gravitation towards the Mediterranean diet, still asks the right questions for “both” parties and tries to find logical answers.
9. Sarna, Joachim, Sarna: An Indecently Useful Cookbook
The book is like a Hollywood blockbuster – everything in it gushes, explodes with crazy ideas, replete with unexpected sides of familiar dishes, and even the foreword was written by Woody Harrelson. This cookbook, in addition to a rich database of recipes for every taste and event, will amaze you with the knowledge of the authors: cheerful chefs who are happy to share their secrets and tricks with you. For example, they advise you to plan your vegetables, buy a grill immediately, and teach how the right roasting can completely change the taste of the base dish.
Such a colorful and tasty edition could not be otherwise: there is a hard cover, matte thick paper and rich, beautiful illustrations. Everything sparkles with tips, details, nuances and secrets – they are presented under almost every recipe. who are truly passionate about
10. Athanasian Rosic: The Lean Cookbook: Through Fasting to Health
This book is a collection of popular recipes from the Ruvuma Monastery (Serbia), which was released especially for young housewives who often found it difficult to observe a variety of diet during fasting. The book can be a great help for all believers and fasting people, as well as help find answers for those who doubt whether fast food will really help improve health. The book has an excellent layout of recipes in sections, allowing you to quickly create a menu for the day or find something new that can diversify and brighten up the post.
Reviewers and buyers praise the publication very much, because a full-size large book with a beautiful cover and inset color illustrations will be an excellent gift or help for a believer. It not only presents the recipes, but also explains why these particular products were taken and what health benefits they have. There are even recipes for people with certain diseases who, in spite of everything, still want to fast.