We’re now well into 2020 and you’re no doubt struggling to keep up with those well-intentioned New Year’s Resolutions – whether it was to eat better, get fit, find a new hobby or save money. The Book People is here to help with a selection of must-have books that will motivate you to carry on your good habits throughout the rest of January and beyond...
Lose Weight & Get Fit – Tom Kerridge
The companion to Tom Kerridge’s latest BBC series finds the chef sharing lip-smacking recipes and workouts that will help you lose weight and feel better throughout the 12 months ahead. Tom has lost over 12 stone in the past five years so knows better than most how to eat well and get fit in style.
Are you lactose intolerant? Or are you trying to cut down on the amount of dairy you consume? This book helps make dairy-free living easy and exciting with a selection of mouth-watering recipes. It reveals which foods are naturally free from dairy and how they can be used as substitutes.
Tying in with the second series of the popular ITV show, this cookbook finds Dale sharing over 80 tasty recipes for the whole family. He provides nutritional information and calorie counts for each meal and also shares the benefits of certain ingredients within different food groups.
Eat Well for Less presenter Chris Bavin's first solo cookbook is full of mouth-watering meals that will help you save money and enjoy delicious dinners (and breakfasts and lunches). These easy-to-follow recipes are perfect for people who have made the decision to start cooking in the New Year - and the results will also show the joys and benefits of bringing fresher food into your diet.
Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay shares 100 recipes that can be whipped up in 30 minutes or less. This cookbook is ideal for new cooks who want to eat well but always find themselves short on time. Gordon also shares kitchen hacks that will make your life easier before you tuck into some truly mouth-watering meals.
Cut down on your waste and enjoy tasty treats with the help of Marcus Wareing. He shares his top tips, tricks and techniques that will feed the whole family and shows you how to make the most out of every single ingredient. He also offers little tidbits that can transform humble dishes into taste sensations.
Dr Jurgen Vormann presents a 28-day eating plan that will help you train your body to burn fat instead of sugar for energy. He also shares 85 easy, tasty recipes from Nico Stanitzok for you to try while working through the plan.
Dr Rupy Aujla's follow-up to The Doctor's Kitchen is full of 80 recipes full of superfoods that will help and heal your body. He also offers top tips on how simple life changes like exercising more, sleeping well and reducing stress can help you live longer. De Aujla also reveals how certain foods can help stave off conditions including cancer, depression, diabetes and Alzheimer's.
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Healthy cookbooks for 2020
- Lose Weight & Get Fit - Tom Kerridge
- Dairy Free Recipes & Preparation
- Eat Shop Save: 8 Weeks to Better Health
- Good Food Sorted - Chris Bavin
- Quick and Delicious - Gordon Ramsay
- Marcus Everyday - Marcus Wareing
- The Keto Cure
- The Doctor's Kitchen: Eat to Beat Illness - Dr Rupy Aujla