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10-DAY GREEN SMOOTHIE CLEANSE (NUTS AND SEEDS RECIPES): Fast and EASY-TO-COOK RECIPES: A Low Carb, Gluten, Sugar and Wheat-Free Cookbook: To Help You After Your 10-Day green smoothie cleanse
Author’s blurb: I am a Personal Development Coach and a trained psychotherapist specializing in weight loss and healthy dieting.
10-DAY GREEN SMOOTHIE CLEANSE (NUTS AND SEEDS RECIPES): Fast and EASY-TO-COOK RECIPES: A Low Carb, Gluten, Sugar and Wheat-Free Cookbook: To Help You After Your 10-Day green smoothie cleanse is a collection of fast and easy-to-cook recipes for anyone on the 10-Day Green Smoothie cleanse, Grain Free Recipes, Gluten Free Recipe, Wheat Free Belly Recipes, Brain Health Recipe, Celiac Recipes, Autoimmunity Recipe, Low Carb Recipes, Sugar Free Recipes.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR THOSE ON THE 10-DAY GREEN SMOOTHIE CLEANSE BY JJ SMITH
Do you want to lose weight fast in 10 days without Dieting?
Do you want to protect yourself against type 2 diabetes, improve PMS symptoms, maintain collagen, reduce your risk of cataracts and macular degeneration, and slow the progression of vision loss?
Do you want to maintain a smooth, supple, and firm skin, strong nails and healthy hair?
Do you want crucial nutrient to improving your cardiovascular health, lower blood pressure, promote bone health, and prevent and manage arthritis?
Have you tried many weight loss program that Don’t Seem to Work?
Do you think You are Too obese and Too Old to lose weight in 10 days?
THEN TRY THESE CLEAN “PLANT-BASE RECIPES”!
The 10-Day Green Smoothie Cleanse is a Phenomenal Program created to help people lose weight in 10 Days. This program is so powerful and life changing, that many people have achieved weight loss.
However, it is sometimes difficult to maintain the weight loss after the 10 day green smoothie cleanse, and that’s why Jessy J. Smith have prepared this healthy and mouth-watering nut and seeds recipes to Assist with weight loss after the 10 day smoothie cleanse.
In This Book you’ll discover lots of plant-base recipes that are healthy, clean, and delicious!
This 10 DAY GREEN SMOOTHIE CLEANSE (NUTS AND SEEDS RECIPES) Features more than 70+ delicious recipes for complete health and vitality, which will keep your brains vibrant and sharp while dramatically reducing the risk of debilitating neurological diseases. It will provides you with the necessary tools to create a gluten-free diet high in “good fats” and full of wholesome, flavorful foods.
“Have you lose weight but you have had a hard time maintaining it,” this book is just what you need to keep you on track.
This recipe is prepared in a way that you will not feel starved and crave for junks.
First week on the 10-day green smoothie cleanse is the toughest so you need a strong support system. A higher demand on the body deserves better nutrient to help it recover.
The 10-day green smoothie cleanse sure will make you lose a couple of pounds here and there, but some of that might be lean muscle, which you need.
I just feel you should not fixate on some number, true health and physical fitness counts. That is the sole aim of this book to help you maintain good health/weight during and after the 10-day green smoothie cleanse program by JJ SMITH
When you take this follow this book you are going to be loading your body with highly nutritive diet that are beneficial in the fat shrinking process.
Here are but a few of the delicious nuts and seeds recipes ranging from Breakfast, Salad, Soup Appetizers, Snacks, Lunch, Dessert and many more:
Sweet Chestnut Purée Recipe
Sausage and chestnut stuffing
CRANBERRY PECAN STUFFING
Coconut Ice Cream
Banana Sunflower Cookies
Granola Snack Bars
Chia Almond Pancakes
Green Salad with Asparagus & Peas
Raspberry Coconut Chia Pudding Pops
Chia Fresca Drink Recipe
Baked Sesame Chicken
Brazil Nut Cookies Recipe
Rosemary Roasted Cashews
Thai Chicken with Cashew Nuts
Artichoke Sunflower Dip
Pass Me The Paleo’s Paleo Snack Recipes: 25 Quick and Easy Recipes That Your Family Will Love! (Diet, Cookbook. Beginners, Athlete, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, … gluten free, low carb, low carbohydrate)
Reader Review: This book is great. It gave me a quick understanding of the advantages of the Paleo diet and it includes lots of easy-to-follow recipes for delicious between-meal snacking.
There are so many reasons to eat this way and the health benefits (and the fact that you quickly feel so much better) are just a few.
In fact, each recipe feels new and exciting and makes it feel like these snacks are nothing like following a “diet!”
Guess it’s time to cut back on my favourite chips in favour of the author’s oven-baked sweet potato chips and spiced kale crisps! Do your body a favour and pick up this book!
Lose Belly Fat Diet: The Easy 14 Day Plan: Includes workouts, shopping list, menu plans and recipes!
Blurb: et Bikini Body ready in time for Summer with Sarah’s lose belly fat plan!
Losing belly fat can be a difficult process and it is not one that should be rushed.
After all, it took you time to develop that “spare tire” around your midsection so you shouldn’t expect to lose it in a matter of a few days. With proper diet and exercise, however, you can shred some of that stubborn belly fat and achieve the flat stomach look you desire just in time for swimsuit season.
Included in this comprehensive book -
Facts about belly fat
Tips for trimming belly fat
Food secrets to eliminate belly fat
Workouts to tone up and lose belly fat
14 day menu with workouts!
Reader review: I grabbed Sarah’s book and was impressed to see she actually talks about visceral fats which many books don’t. This is the type of fat that can really cause problems. She offers an easy to follow 14 day meal plan that is easily modified but also allows you to see what your meals should actually look like. With the included recipes you are off to a great start losing that unwanted belly fat. I believe if you follow through on the author’s advice you should see improvements at the end of the two weeks.
Me: Unfortunately, she recommends a diet using low or nonfat dairy products, emphasizes grains in the diet, considers corn a healthy complex carb such as one might have at every meal, recommends every meal have just 3 ounces of protein (such as egg whites, not yolks), and unlimited vegetables. The egg white only omelette made me gag a little. That said, the tips she gives for building up a routine could be useful, as is her exercise advice.
Grandma’s Best Muffin Recipes (Grandma’s Best Recipes Book 4)
Blurb: Grandma’s Best Muffin Recipes has a wide selection of tasty muffins. You’ll discover a Blueberry Muffin Recipe, a Lemon Muffin Recipe and other traditional fare. In addition there are several savoury muffin recipes as well as some newer recipes. In this category you’ll discover Banana and Peanut Butter Muffins, Tex-Mex Muffins and many more mouth-watering recipes.
Muffins are a great breakfast meal but also make great snacks too. They are quick and easy to make and yummy to eat. They have been around for generations and are still popular today.
If you love easy muffin recipes that are full of flavor, you’ll enjoy this book. The muffins range from decadent to healthy and are simple muffin recipes.
Reader Review: I’ve been a professional cook and baker for over 30 years. I’ve made more muffins in my life than I believe any sane person could eat.
So, I gotta admit, I’m a little muffin jaded. And I’ve seen my share of sloppy kindle cookbooks.
This book is a refreshing original and well-written and down-to-earth. I now understand why Marg has managed to rise above the crowd and become an international best selling cookbook writer.
What do I like about it?
1. It’s well written. Obviously written by someone who loves to bake.
2. It give clear directions that are easy to follow. I especially love her mixing idea in the introduction. I promise it is the #1 difference between tough and light muffins.
3. The recipes are interesting, tasty, and varied. Just what I’m looking for in a cookbook. My favorite so far is the banana chocolate-chip muffins!
So buy this book – and enjoy!
Reader Review: I love cookbooks and lately it seems like all I have seen are books about cookies, cookies and more cookies. What is the answer?? MUFFINS! This book is filled with recipes for some excellent sounding muffins (the cranberry orange oat are to die for) that are easy to make and don’t require a whole lot of ingredients that you wouldn’t ordinarily find around the house. The author does a good job of explaining how to make them and helps you follow the simple process of making sure each recipe comes out perfect. I would have liked to have seen some pictures of the finished product and I also thought the organization could have been a little better if it would have been split into sections, such as breakfast muffins, dessert muffins, etc. Overall this book was fun to read and had some recipes I hadn’t seen before. It’s worth adding to your library of cookbooks.
The Paleo Comfort Foods Cookbook: 36 Everyday Paleo Recipes
a dozen five star reviews and one four star review
Reader Reveiw: Another great book of easy recipes from the Paleo collection. The recipes in this book are easy to make, uses locally available ingredients and can be consumed by both vegans and non-vegans. I have tried some few recipes like the Paleo fresh peach crisp.
Grandma’s Best Chocolate Recipes (Grandma’s Best Recipes Book 1)
24 five star reviews
Blurb: Grandma’s Best Chocolate Recipes will delight chocolate lovers the world over. It includes old-fashioned Chocolate Cake Recipes, a Chocolate Mousse Recipe, and of course the ever winning Chocolate Brownie Recipe.
In addition to that you’ll discover that these are easy chocolate recipes to make and they don’t require any special ingredients. These simple chocolate recipes are brimming with flavor and are truly some of the best chocolate recipes you’ll find anywhere.
In tough economic times it’s comforting to reach back to a time when life was less stressful and the people in our lives were more relaxed. It’s also soothing to allow ourselves a small treat of some of the foods we love best, especially chocolate. It is from this perspective that this book was created.
From The Best Ever Chocolate Chip Cookies to Turtle Bars, this cookbook is brimming with chocolate recipes that will make your mouth water and satisfy your need for chocolate.
These recipes come from three generations of cooks and have been chosen for their flavor and the fact that they are easy and quick to make. You’ll love the recipe for Mom’s Fabulous Fudge and the decadent Death By Chocolate Dessert. It will be hard to pick which recipe you want to make first, but you can and will come back to this cookbook time and again for all your favorite chocolate recipes.
So pick up a copy of Grandma’s Best Chocolate Recipes and enjoy a bit of heaven!
Here is the one 2 star review (the lowest one): One would expect the recipes in a book with a title like this to be made “from scratch,” rather than calling for heavily pre-processed “edible foodlike substances” like boxed cake mixes, brownie mixes, instant puddings, and frozen whipped topping. The recipes that call for real food ingredients are, for the most part, available in other books. If you don’t already have a good recipe for chocolate mousse, turtle bars, and a rich, layered chocolate cake (her Chocolate Truffle Cake), they’re here. Otherwise, don’t bother.
And here is the author’s reply: Sorry you are unhappy with the book. My mother was a grandma for many years (and if she had lived she would have been 99 this year) and she used cake mixes sometimes as well as instant puddings. I personally am a grandma and I use them too, mind you, not that often, but I do use them in a few recipes that I love. I think it’s easy to forget that grandmas don’t have to be 90 years old and that they can be thoroughly modern. Most of these recipes use everyday ingredients and they are made from ‘scratch’. But some do use more modern convenience ingredients.
Things Mother Used to Make A Collection of Old Time Recipes, Some Nearly One Hundred Years Old and Never Published Before
This is fabulous. I’m going to suggest you download the free version at Gutenberg.
Hearty Soups: A Collection of Homemade Soups
Seems to be heavy on dairy based soups, so if you avoid those, be aware.
Reader Review: I’m so happy with this digital recipe digital book, I like it because it is free and the directions are so easy to follow, and also it has beautiful pictures in them. I do my favorite recipe in the selection inside this ebook would be roasted cauliflower, onion and garlic soup and fall harvest soup. I enjoyed the taste of this 2 soup and I’m giving this an outstanding score.
Circle of Friends Cookbook – 25 Bacon Recipes
Here’s a 3-star review: There are some good recipes here including a Bacon Horseradish dip and a Penne with Bacon and Garlic that sounds decadently divine. The recipe for “Game Day Bacon nut Mix” sounds intriguing with its mix of sweet and savory and crunchy, although the Italian seasoning ingredient has me dubious. What’s disappointing is that many of the recipes rely on pre-packaged “convenience” foods like rerigerated rolls, bouillon cubes, and canned soups. (A recipe for bacon pull-apart bread sounds incredibly tasty until you realize it’s made with refrigerated roll rolls, which are filled with chemicals nd preservatives and don’t, at least to me, taste all that good.) Still, the book is worth checking out for recipes like Bacon Kale soup and Maple-glazed bacon (like meat candy!)
Me: I think it’s interesting- Americans have long relied overmuch on pre-packaged convenience foods. Almost every ‘from scratch’ cookbook uses them, going back at least a hundred years. It’s wonderful that so many of us are trying to pull away from that, but it’s hard to find cookbooks that don’t do this. Some exceptions (these are not free, but it is a good time to take advantage of Amazon’s current free trial month of Kindle Unlimited):
Well Fed: Paleo Recipes for People Who Love to Eat
Nom Nom Paleo: Food for Humans
The Art of Simple Food: Notes, Lessons, and Recipes from a Delicious Revolution
40 Top Quinoa Recipes For Weight Loss
The Quinoa Master Cookbook: Delicious Everyday Quinoa Recipes For A Healthy Lifestyle & Weight Loss
Because you can never have too many quinoa recipes, until you five three or four you totally adore, and then you can just stick to those.
9 Types of Copycat Girl Scout Cookies: Your Favorite Copycat Girl Scout Cookie Flavors
You can find all these online yourself, but this is currently free, so why take up that time. I’m thinking a batch or two of these would be a great Christmas present for somebody on your list. Or you could use them in a cookie of the month club gift.
35 Slow Cooker Soups & Stews: Recipes To Warm You Up!
Reader Revew: Soups are popular this time of year, and what could be easier than adding ingredients to a crock pot, setting it, and letting it cook until done? But what ingredients to use? This cookbook has 35 recipes for soup with easy-to-follow instructions. The recipes include vegetable and macaroni soup, cube steak and onion stew, and vegetable and meat stew. With 35 recipes, there’s something for a variety of tastes.
No More Grains: Quick and Easy Wheat, Grain and Gluten-Free Recipes for Eating Well and Feeling Great
Blurb: Wheat, grain and gluten-free recipes for your family that are fun to make and fun to eat.
Having a busy life doesn’t make cooking for your family easy, especially when it comes to finding the right kind of ingredients. Gluten-free, grain-free and wheat-free are, after all, not your typical American diet. However, in many cases, making the switch can represent the ticket to a better, healthier life. But coping with children and their cravings is definitely not easy, especially when you have to balance your job with family, cooking, helping them with their homework and ensuring good quality family-time once in a while.
This book is aimed at those moms and parents who are struggling with it all, and who don’t know how to get started with grain-free eating. This is a book to guide you through the whole process. It has been written to help those busy moms who have limited time for cooking but are trying to use better eating as a path to a healthier life for them and their family.
The book contains 25 wheat, grain and gluten-free recipes for your family that are fun to make and fun to eat. They are all fail-proof and only use ingredients found all year round. All these recipes rely on nutritious ingredients, ensuring that your children get all the nutrients they need with each meal. So put your apron on and start cooking! Have fun and be creative!
Reader Review: This is another great recipe book by Sofia. After reading Gluten Free Slow Cooker Cookbook: The 50 Best Ever Recipes For Unforgettable Healthy Meals I knew this one would be a winner also. With so many recipes to try between the two books I went the easy route with this one and tried out the Stuffed Bell Peppers and Cheesy Zucchini Boats. If you have never had a cheesy zucchini boat it is the only way I will that fruit or vegetable or whatever the heck they classify it as. Make sure to grab both books to complete your gluten free cookbook needs
22 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR LUNCH: WRAPS, SANDWICHES, SOUPS, SALADS AND SNACK RECIPES FOR SCHOOL AND WORK
Tired of opening the lunch box only to find the same old sandwich? Tired of trying to come up with new ideas to send with the kids for lunch or with hubby to take to work? Well dig into this book to get great ideas that will not only inspire you to make lunch but to look forward to break time.
In this book you will find lots of ideas for the lunch box, from sandwiches, to wraps, soups, salads and of course snack recipes to keep things interesting. The recipes are quick, easy, healthy and all made with food that is easily available in your local grocery store.
Authored by Lynn Hall, “22 Ways to Improve Your Lunch ” provides a cookbook that offers recipes of every variety and flavor. While this is not a cookbook that follows any certain “diet” trend or fad health craze, it is focused on health and wellness through fueling the body correctly.
You will find recipes that offer whole wheat, as well as gluten-free options. The recipes include lots of vegetables and delicious treats we love without all the fattening calories and added preservatives.
You will find Paleo recipes as well as some vegetarian, meat-lovers, and comfort food fixes
The book contains many recipes including:
Snacks such as Kale chips and Maple Banana Granola bars;
Wraps such as Plantain and Avocado Chicken;
Salads including Avocado Steak and Mandarin Chicken;
Sandwiches such as Pizza Croissant Roll-ups and Gourmet PB&J;
Soups including French Onion and Black Bean Chili;
Plus many more recipes.
Note your favorites, but try them all! Each one has nutritional information and serving sizes for your convenience as planning ahead is a great way to do lunches so that you aren’t rushed early in the morning.
Sushi Chef : How to make sushi like a Professional
Food Dehydrating Book Package: Food Drying vol. 1 & 2: How to Dry Fruit & How to Dry Vegetables
Reader Review: I would seriously get any book about dehydration recipes from this author again. The key instruction to make sure that fruit and vegetables that you make at home are done safe to prevent contaminates (mold) is covered very well. Instructions on what types of dehydrators to use to make sure that anything you do is safe and easy to understand.
I love books are well informed but not where it makes you feel overwhelmed or to scientific that you don’t want to try it. Easy recipes with instructions to help with what ever kind of dehydrator you have as well as proper storage instructions.
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Don’t have a Kindle? : You don’t have to have a Kindle to take advantage of these offers. You can read them on various free reading apps. I often read mine on my laptop if they are short enough books, even though I have two kindles. That’s because my kids keep taking off with the Kindles to read their school books and they don’t remember to recharge them before returning. I wouldn’t say I’m bitter about it, but I might be a little disgruntled.
If you’re curious, this is the Kindle I have, and I have used others and mine remains my favorite. Mine has Keyboard 3G, Free 3G + Wi-Fi and I don’t have commercial screensavers. The second Kindle is actually one I was given in exchange for some writing work, and I gave it to my two teens. It does not have 3G, which is why it’s their Kindle. Personally, I don’t like Kindle Fires because I am a crank like that.
Lately, though, since I got my tricky little new phone that does all kinds of magical things and is smarter than me, I have downloaded some books with color illustrations, and downloaded other books direct from Gutenberg, and I have to admit, I like it very much indeed. You can set up a Kindle account to download to your phone, and download a kindle app for the phone as well.
If you like these free listings, you should also like my Facebook page, because I list other free titles there several times each week.
Yes, my Kindle gets slow because I stuff it too full. You can left click on a title on your Kindle anddelete it from your device, while still keeping it in your list of titles at Amazon in case you want to add it back to your Kindle later without paying for the title all over again. Don’t delete it from folder at Amazon unless you want to rid yourself of it permanently. Now that I have my tricksy little new phone, I have added it to my list of devices to which I can download devices. Woot!
Most of the blurbs and book descriptions above are not mine, but come from reviews on Amazon’s page.