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Chef Paul Gayler and dietician Jacqui Lynas have teamed up and created 100 truly delicious recipes that are good for your heart.


Healthy Eating For Your Heart

Chef Paul Gayler & Dietician Jacqui Lynas BSc RD


Our price 12.99


Equally impressive as the tastes is that the food in this recipe book are made with ordinary everyday ingredients. Yes that's right, you don't need a nutritional dictionary or a translation to know what these ingredients are, as you probably already have them in your larder.


This book is a wonderful example that eating healthy doesn't mean surviving on two carrots and a lettuce leaf. Here are a few examples: Banana + cinnamon pancakes with maple-raisin syrup, Wok-seared duck salad with lemongrass and ginger dressing, Oriental sticky braised chicken or Not so humble black crumble; take your fancy?


Heart disease is explained and discussed in the first 30 pages, including how to reduce risks and some very useful low-fat cooking tips. But it is the recipes that make Healthy Eating For Your Heart stand out as a healthy and nutritious recipe book for people who like to eat.


Supported by H.E.A.R.T. UK, a national charity committed to raising awareness of heart disease and the importance of a healthy lifestyle in reducing the risk.



  • Foreword by H.E.A.R.T. UK
  • Introduction
  • About heart disease
  • Reducing risks
  • The cardioprotective diet
  • A whole lifestyle approach
  • A chef's prescription
  • Healthy low-fat cooking methods
  • Simple low-fat stocks
  • Breakfasts and brunches
  • Soups and salads
  • Light meals and Appetisers
  • Main Courses
  • Desserts




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