Results for the keyword eat well
To eat well, is first to put some equilibrium in our daily diet. It is also to accomplish all kinds of small gestures which protect our line and good shape without avoiding a simple, savoury cuisine. Jacques Fricker gives here a recipe book which will put neither our health nor our weight in any danger.
Eating well is first of all a case of balancing your daily intake of food. It is also enjoying every day simple yet tasty cooking, and taking small steps to safeguard your figure and your well-being. It is following a diet which is specially adapted to help you to achieve your ideal weight. Finally, it is finding recipes for special occasions which dont threaten your weight or your health. The recipes found in this book have been formulated by Patrick Clavé, a chef at the Centre diététique de Brides-les-Bains, with the collaboration de Valérie Gehin, Isabelle Revol and Marie-José Carduner, who are all nutritionists.
Highly unusual, delicious desserts, created by one of the most creative pastrycooks at work today. Easy-to-make desserts that open the way to creative improvisation. Light recipes: believe it or not, it is possible to eat marvellous desserts made with real sugar and butter without gaining weight. Jacques Fricker explains how you can stay in shape and eat your favourite desserts without losing your figure or your health. Philippe Conticini works for the Petrossian restaurants in Paris and New York. Jacques Fricker is a nutritionist at the Hôpital Bichat, in Paris.
Should you eat read meat ? Is red wine good for the heart ? Do "bio" products give us a boost ? What to think of health supplements ? This book tells readers how eat so as to protect and preserve their future, but it does not ignore their present mental and physical well-being. In addition, readers will find the authors simple, straightforward tips easy to put into practice in their daily lives.
Are fats the demons of modern times? Are they the bane of too rich diets? Are they the poison of opulent societies? Without fats, which are an absolute necessity for our brain and our health, life would be impossible. Fats are also the vectors of culture, through the many joys of cooking.