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***LIMITED TIME PROMOTIONAL PRICE*** “Jennifer Koslo‘s recipes are delicious, easy to follow, and super healthy. Whether you have already embraced a healthy diet and are simply looking for new adventures in cooking, or perhaps trying to turn your health around, The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two is a wonderful resource.” —Sarah Samaan, MD, FACC, author of Best Practices fo ***LIMITED TIME PROMOTIONAL PRICE*** “Jennifer Koslo‘s recipes are delicious, easy to follow, and super healthy. Whether you have already embraced a healthy diet and are simply looking for new adventures in cooking, or perhaps trying to turn your health around, The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two is a wonderful resource.” —Sarah Samaan, MD, FACC, author of Best Practices for a Healthy Heart: How to Stop Heart Disease Before or After It StartsFollowing a heart healthy diet is just one of the aspects involved in caring for your heart. Yet, for many, it is the most stressful. But sticking to a healthy eating plan shouldn’t mean agonizing over complicated recipes, enduring never-ending leftovers, or wasting ingredients and time.When cooking with heart health in mind, portion sizes are just as important as ingredients. Cardiac dietician and renowned nutrition expert Jennifer Koslo has mastered this dilemma to offer a comprehensive yet easy-to-follow heart healthy cookbook.Recipes intended for four to six can have unwanted consequences for both your wallet and your waistline, but The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two leaves all of that behind and delivers perfectly portioned meals every single time. Whether you have a current heart condition or are working towards prevention, The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two provides the help you need to get the results you want by offering: Perfect-for-two portions that help you say “goodbye” to the guesswork of halving recipes and confidently prepare quick, appropriately-portioned meals Clear explanations of what “heart healthy” really means so you learn what to eat and what to avoid 125 delicious, nutrient-rich recipes plus smart tips to make the best use of fresh ingredients A suggested four-week meal plan to get started right away Recipes designed for four to six can have unwanted consequences for both your wallet and your waistline. The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two leaves all of that behind and delivers perfect portions every single time.


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***LIMITED TIME PROMOTIONAL PRICE*** “Jennifer Koslo‘s recipes are delicious, easy to follow, and super healthy. Whether you have already embraced a healthy diet and are simply looking for new adventures in cooking, or perhaps trying to turn your health around, The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two is a wonderful resource.” —Sarah Samaan, MD, FACC, author of Best Practices fo ***LIMITED TIME PROMOTIONAL PRICE*** “Jennifer Koslo‘s recipes are delicious, easy to follow, and super healthy. Whether you have already embraced a healthy diet and are simply looking for new adventures in cooking, or perhaps trying to turn your health around, The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two is a wonderful resource.” —Sarah Samaan, MD, FACC, author of Best Practices for a Healthy Heart: How to Stop Heart Disease Before or After It StartsFollowing a heart healthy diet is just one of the aspects involved in caring for your heart. Yet, for many, it is the most stressful. But sticking to a healthy eating plan shouldn’t mean agonizing over complicated recipes, enduring never-ending leftovers, or wasting ingredients and time.When cooking with heart health in mind, portion sizes are just as important as ingredients. Cardiac dietician and renowned nutrition expert Jennifer Koslo has mastered this dilemma to offer a comprehensive yet easy-to-follow heart healthy cookbook.Recipes intended for four to six can have unwanted consequences for both your wallet and your waistline, but The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two leaves all of that behind and delivers perfectly portioned meals every single time. Whether you have a current heart condition or are working towards prevention, The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two provides the help you need to get the results you want by offering: Perfect-for-two portions that help you say “goodbye” to the guesswork of halving recipes and confidently prepare quick, appropriately-portioned meals Clear explanations of what “heart healthy” really means so you learn what to eat and what to avoid 125 delicious, nutrient-rich recipes plus smart tips to make the best use of fresh ingredients A suggested four-week meal plan to get started right away Recipes designed for four to six can have unwanted consequences for both your wallet and your waistline. The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two leaves all of that behind and delivers perfect portions every single time.

30 review for The Heart Healthy Cookbook for Two: 125 Perfectly Portioned Low Sodium, Low Fat Recipes

  1. 4 out of 5

    Naomi

    I didn’t find this book as rocking as the other cookbook of this author’s I just purchased. I felt the recipes were too loaded down with quinoa, which just grosses me out. I walked away with only a handful of recipes I’d make.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    Great recipes, wish it had more pictures. Would like to see an easier version, some recipes had a lot of ingredients. Good book with easy to get ingredients.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Haley

    My partner and I were gifted this one Christmas and it has quickly become one of my go-to cookbooks. For starters, I absolutely love the portion sizes! It makes for no more wasted food or leftovers that get forgotten. The recipes are also all easy to make for those who don't have a lot of time. My favourites from the book are the Spinach Power Salad, the Slow Cooker Chicken Vegetable stew (yay for slow cooker recipes! So easy!), and the Cardamom Apple Almond Crisp (and this is coming from someone My partner and I were gifted this one Christmas and it has quickly become one of my go-to cookbooks. For starters, I absolutely love the portion sizes! It makes for no more wasted food or leftovers that get forgotten. The recipes are also all easy to make for those who don't have a lot of time. My favourites from the book are the Spinach Power Salad, the Slow Cooker Chicken Vegetable stew (yay for slow cooker recipes! So easy!), and the Cardamom Apple Almond Crisp (and this is coming from someone who hated apple crisp before trying this recipe!) There are a lot of quinoa recipes, which I personally love but for those who aren't a fan would miss out on a lot of recipes. This recipe book may have low sodium, low fat recipes - but they do NOT skimp out on flavour!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    A nice variety of recipes that are heart healthy. While I initially bought this to make some healthy meals for my Dad after he had heart surgery, there are a few recipes in here in my regular rotation now. In fact the method shared for cooking pork loin is wonderful and I don't cook my pork loin any other way. I may change the seasonings or marinade, but this method comes out perfect every time. After a month of hospital food my Dad wanted something with flavor that wasn't bland. Many of these r A nice variety of recipes that are heart healthy. While I initially bought this to make some healthy meals for my Dad after he had heart surgery, there are a few recipes in here in my regular rotation now. In fact the method shared for cooking pork loin is wonderful and I don't cook my pork loin any other way. I may change the seasonings or marinade, but this method comes out perfect every time. After a month of hospital food my Dad wanted something with flavor that wasn't bland. Many of these recipes helped provide him flavorful meals as he recovered and becomes accustomed to changes in eating habits.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jean

    A lot of the recipes call for items I don't usually keep in my pantry; otherwise, I like the recipes. The banana nut muffins were awesome. The first 3 muffin recipes call for different flours. Could spend a lot of money purchasing ingredients. Overall, however, it was great, esp. for small portions. A lot of the recipes call for items I don't usually keep in my pantry; otherwise, I like the recipes. The banana nut muffins were awesome. The first 3 muffin recipes call for different flours. Could spend a lot of money purchasing ingredients. Overall, however, it was great, esp. for small portions.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Judy

    This was much better than some of the Kindle Unlimited cookbooks I have read - good information and recipes.

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    Christina

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    Paulette Walters

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    Pat Wilcox

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    Heidi

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    Ellen M. Dauchy

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    Bev Downing

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    Ron

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    Christine Olshefski

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    JANE FAIRBURN

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    Augusta Ward

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    Reading with Cats

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    Susan Baldwin

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    Peggy McDonald

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    Coleen.Redden

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