Saturday, May 14, 2011

Metabolic Cooking is Live For 50% Off

The Metabolic Cooking is now available and you can get it for Half Off the regular price for a limited time.
Metabolic Cooking is a special nutrition and cooking program with one goal: to help people eat better for fat loss and improved health. The program was developed by Dave Ruel, a well known nutrition coach, and his partner in life, Karine Losier. It helps you do 3 main things:
1. Cook easy to make dishes and meals which can help you boost your metabolism and burn body fat fast. You won’t see your metabolism slow down as you do with other diets.
2. Give you plenty of options with over 236 different recipes so you won’t get tired of the food you eat like you may do with regular diet plans.
3. Show you how to avoid unhealthy food and ingredients which can actually sabotage your weight loss efforts.
This isn’t just a recipe program. Metabolic Cooking is a structured nutrition plan for fat loss. It makes life easier and fat loss faster.
You get complete nutrition guidelines which show you which kinds of recipes you can choose to eat so you get the right amount of carbs, protein, and fats. The recipes make sure that you get the right nutrients for a fast fat loss.
Metabolic Cooking has excellent reviews and testimonials. It’s easy to use even for people who aren’t used to cooking and the results can be quite impressive. I’ve seen some before and after pictures which have left me speechless. They were that impressive. 

What does Metabolic Cooking contain

1. The complete Metabolic Cooking recipes 9 Sets – Here you get over 236 fat burning recipes for breakfast, side dishes, meat, fish, snacks, vegetarian, smoothies, chicken, etc. You will find many tasty dishes that you will love. I tried some of these recipes and they’re easy to cook and delicious.
2. Fat Loss Optimizer Guide – This is a nutrition guide in which Dave and Karine teach you the right way to eat, what you need to avoid, how to save money on healthy food, how to create metabolic boosting meal plans, their 10 rules of Metabolic Cooking, etc.
3. Metabolic Salad Builder – A guide which shows you how to create metabolism boosting salad dressings. Often, dressings can make you fat. Now you can see how they can actually help you to burn fat.
4. Thermo-charged seasoning guide – If you want to turn a dish into a metabolic boosting bombshell, the right spices are your best friends. This guide will show you how to create the right seasoning for the ultimate metabolism boosting dish.
5. Supplements Optimizer Guide – If you want to stop wasting money on useless supplements, this guide is a must. Here you will learn what works and what doesn’t for your health and your waistline.
6. Quick Sheets – To help you get started quickly, you can use these sheets. They will show you how to quickly set up your dishes, how to shop with a low level of hassle, etc. This makes things very simple.
Bottom Line
If you want to lose body fat fast, you need a simple nutrition plan that you can apply in a short time in your busy schedule. This plan needs to help you make the right eating choices for fat loss without compromising your health. Metabolic Cooking is such a plan.
This program works for men and women, for meat eaters and vegetarians, for people who need to lose 5 lbs or 50. It is simply a complete nutrition and cooking plan that anyone can use.
Metabolic Cooking is a digital program so you download it to your computer and you can begin using it in minutes. If you want a leaner, fitter, and tighter body, this is a program which I highly recommend.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Eat This, Not That - Book For Healthier Cooking

These guides are for a very specific audience -- people who regularly eat chain food and do not cook. If you're already a health-oriented home cook, the book will be useless and probably outrageous, but you don't need the help either. If you're trying to wean yourself (or someone else) off of chain food in a gradual, sustainable way, this is a great start because it's healthy, inexpensive variations on standard menu items. Crucially, the recipes are also fast and easy for a novice. Along with the recipes, the book is jammed with general advice. The standard "I don't have time" to cook argument is attacked right in the beginning. There are pantry guides and great visual 'scorecards' on the relative merits of different cuts of meat, types of dairy, etc. Many recipes include variations, substitutions, and ideas for leftovers. Single-use gadgets are discouraged. A few dishes could use clearer explanations or photos (you'll never learn to make an omelet from their recipe) and the quick breakfast dishes really are not, although they also list the healthiest cereals. Somehow they think apricots are as large as peaches, and I'm not convinced that the salt and sugar in meat brines has a negligible effect. 
The 'ethnic foods' chapter is another where you need to remember the focus. These are what you find at popular chain restaurants, not what people in those countries actually eat. And the range of cuisines represented by those chains is very limited. You will not deprive yourself by eating this food. Baby back ribs marinated in Dr. Pepper. Ice cream sandwiches made with Pepperidge Farm Genevas. Bacon everywhere. Although no way is granita "every bit as satisfying as ice cream," even when layered with whipped cream.

This is a masterful book full of some of the best cooking/health advice I have read. It makes cooking and being healthy so easy. There are tons of recipes that are about 350 calories, taste great, and take only 30 minutes. Plus, he has really great tips on each page for quick meals or ways to make your meal into different leftovers.But I'll admit that my favorite part is the way he actually teaches someone like me to cook. I've always "hated" my friends and family who can just throw something together because they know what tastes right together and what spices go with what foods. Well, he teaches that in this book, and it is something that I use and will be sure to teach my kids so that they can grow up to be "those" people that I once "hated"!!. I love recipes and I love making healthier versions of popular dishes. (Anything to eat better and be leaner and meaner!) But I have to admit the best part of this book is that of the 100+ examples of what *not* to eat, my husband and I only had eaten about 3 of them. So, that was reassuring. Still though, the best part of the book are the "matrices" that provide options for all sorts of meals (stir fries, Crock Pot, kabobs, smoothies, etc.) and really lay out how easy it is to make healthy, tasty food. Oh, and be prepared - you'll never want to eat out ever again once you see the true calorie count of restaurant meals.The edge this has over most cookbooks: calorie counts per serving. They have appetizers, entrees, desserts, sides, all in one book, and they have some amazing matrices that take the guesswork out of combining foods. I got this from the library, started reading through it, and just decided that I will buy it. As a cook who is still figuring out my way around the American kitchen (cooking in Asia was so much easier) and my American husband's tastes (we disagree on a lot of foods), this book is definitely helping me cope