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What the Fat? Recipes: Low-Carb, Healthy-Fat Cooking - Delicious, Healthy and Simple

Grant Schofield Caryn Zinn Craig Rodger

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Murdoch Books
01 August 2019
Fitness & diet; Cookery, food & drink; General cookery & recipes; Health & wholefood cookery
The team behind the bestselling What the Fat? How to live the ultimate low-carb, HEALTHY- Fat lifestyle have also created a much-anticipated family recipe book. Designed to make following a LCHF lifestyle simple, enjoyable and nourishing, What the Fat? Recipes brings together the authors' go-to, easy, delicious, nutritious, keto-friendly LCHF recipes that are good for all the family.

Embracing unique cultural flavours from across the globe and tried-and-trusted household staples, this comprehensive collection of over 130 gluten-free recipes has all your LCHF meals covered.

Broken into breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, sweets and drinks - and even children's party treats - each recipe includes per serve nutritional information for carbs, protein, fat and energy as well as dietary guidelines for dairy-free and vegetarian options.
By:   Grant Schofield, Caryn Zinn, Craig Rodger
Imprint:   Murdoch Books
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 270mm,  Width: 200mm, 
Weight:   1.070kg
ISBN:   9781760524982
ISBN 10:   1760524980
Pages:   300
Publication Date:   01 August 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Grant Schofield is Professor of Public Health, and Director of the Human Potential Centre at AUT Millennium, a charitable trust established to help New Zealanders live longer and healthier lives and to enjoy and excel in sport through the provision of world-class facilities, services, research and education. His research and teaching interests range from understanding and improving lifestyle behaviours such as sleep, nutrition, and physical activity, to wellbeing epidemiology and human performance. His co-authors are Dr Caryn Zinn, a wholefood dietician and Craig Rodger, a Michelin-trained chef.

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