500 Paleo Recipes: Hundreds of Delicious Recipes for Weight Loss and Super Health

Paleo Recipes Hundreds of Delicious Recipes for Weight Loss and Super Health At last here is a comprehensive cookbook to the hottest eating plan around The Paleo diet known in some circles as the Caveman Diet is an eating plan based on evolutionary biology and backed up by me

  • Title: 500 Paleo Recipes: Hundreds of Delicious Recipes for Weight Loss and Super Health
  • Author: Dana Carpender
  • ISBN: 9781592335329
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • At last, here is a comprehensive cookbook to the hottest eating plan around The Paleo diet known in some circles as the Caveman Diet is an eating plan based on evolutionary biology and backed up by medical research Unlike other diets which can incorporate fake, processed foods and artificial sweeteners, the Paleo diet is based on what our ancestors ate meats and fish,At last, here is a comprehensive cookbook to the hottest eating plan around The Paleo diet known in some circles as the Caveman Diet is an eating plan based on evolutionary biology and backed up by medical research Unlike other diets which can incorporate fake, processed foods and artificial sweeteners, the Paleo diet is based on what our ancestors ate meats and fish, nuts and seeds, and naturally grown fruits and vegetables Low carb queen and bestselling author Dana Carpender shows how to stay the Paleo diet course deliciously with 500 easy to prepare recipes for everything Paleo from appetizers, to main dishes, to desserts.

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    About “Dana Carpender

    • Dana Carpender

      Dana Carpender started her writing career as a self published author In 1995, after years of creative low fat cooking featuring whole grains and other healthy carbohydrates, and despite five step aerobics classes per week, she found herself a size 20, and gaining Worse, her blood pressure was rising, and she was left dragging by energy swings Dropping carbs long before it was fashionable, Carpender lost 40 pounds with no hunger, achieved normal blood pressure and excellent blood lipids, and found herself with energy in her forties than she d had in her teens.Carpender lives in Bloomington, Indiana with her husband, two dogs, and a cat, all of whom eschew junk food When she s not cooking, writing, or reading the latest nutrition research, she power walks, read mystery novels, and is an enthusiastic Toastmaster, taking the occasional trophy.From the author s website.



    846 thoughts on “500 Paleo Recipes: Hundreds of Delicious Recipes for Weight Loss and Super Health

    • I got this book out from the library, because I would like to have a collection of 500 paleo recipes and first wanted to have a look before I bought one, to see if they were recipes I would make. I'm glad I did this because the way this woman writes is so irritating that it overshadows any chance of enjoying the recipes.First of all, the author is not paleo, but low carb, and is just jumping on the bandwagon while paleo is popular. Pork rinds are often called for, and I assume if they come in a [...]


    • I wouldn't object to the odd picture now and again. And I wasn't a big fan of her use of Stevia. Otherwise, I think Carpender's take on paleo is probably the easiest to follow. I have read book after book on paleo, all discussing the proper and improper things to eat. Usually dairy is out unless it's unpasteurized, which is impossible to find because it's illegal where I live. I found it a little more user-friendly, but I wouldn't have minded seeing one or two actual desserts. Berries don't hit [...]


    • Some interesting recipes but I had problems with her inconsistencies.She should have titled it paleo-inspired recipes because they aren't really truly paleo."This isn't really paleo but a little bit is ok" She wrote sentences to that effect several times in the introduction. "Grain is an evil poison, no exceptions" but includes baking powder in at least one recipe. You have to buy specialty baking powder or make a substitute if you want one without corn starch in it. I have never found a corn fr [...]


    • What could be better than a book of 500 recipes? Perhaps a book of 50 recipes.This book is overwhelming with information and has no photos. I was also put off by the use of microwave ovens because I don't really believe they are a healthy way to cook - and I don't own one.To be fair I didn't really try any recipes from the book, but I wasn't really inspired too. I may amend this review if I happen to try some recipes.


    • I would give this 5 stars except many of the recipes are repeats from the 1001 Low Carb book, updated to leave out the artificial sweeteners. Except she does use a lot of stevia, including the flavored stevias, which IMO aren't truly "paleo." Still, I'm not a purist on that, and there are enough new recipes for me to be happy with it. I still use the old book as well as this one, just modifying on my own.


    • I can't give this book five stars, because so many of Dana Carpender's recipes, while good and healthy, are not really "paleo". I agree with her, that being overly prudish about paleo eating is probably counter-productive. This book is probably an excellent resource for a more accomplished cook than I, who has been on the paleo diet long enough to consider experimenting.


    • It has a lot of interesting ideas on ways to prepare vegetables, however, this is not the healthiest book. She is heavy handed on the fat and oil in her recipes so I would advise starting out on the lighter side. Favorite is the Cauli-Rice, you really don't expect it to be so good.


    • Really quite an easy to read cookbook. Would have loved some colour photos of the dishes, but all in all enjoyable to read.


    • Includes such gems as recommending baking soda to hard boiled eggs while admitting she hasn't tried it and saying she can't double a recipe. Pass.


    • Mostly good recipes, but some not-so-great ones, too. Very casually written. I think it would have been much better with even a few pictures.






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