The Art of Healthy Eating – Kids: grain free low carb reinvented (Volume 2)

By | April 9, 2019

Choosing a healthy lifestyle doesn’t have to mean a lifetime of deprivation. This book is filled with tons of great information that shows how eating healthy can be an expression of art. Included are recipes for your kid’s favorite comfort foods like cookie dough ice cream sandwiches, mini corndogs, peanut butter crunch cereal, pushpops, cake pops and so many kid-friendly foods that have been taste tested by Maria’s two little boys. This book is filled with valuable tips and tricks she uses to make cooking for her family easier as well as lots of facts to help families along the journey of learning how to eat as an art.

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Anonymous on 04/09/2019 at 01:07.

Great recipes for a picky eater (no cauliflower) I decided that this is the year that I would go lchf (keto) and gradually guide my daughter down that path – enter “The Art of Healthy Eating – Kids”! I had read another book by Maria because I was beginning to get that hopeless feeling that happens when I think I’m doing everything correctly, yet I’m not “seeing” the changes manifest themselves outwardly i.e. I’m not losing weight. I have to step back and remind myself that my body has suffered through the S.A.D (-ness) for 30…

Anonymous on 04/09/2019 at 01:14.

Tasty recipes; beautiful, idea-rich book … in need of a good editor Updated Review: Out of frustration, I am lowering my review from 3 stars to 1. (And in the future, I won’t be so quick to review a book like this!)The pages of the book have completely fallen out of the binding, under normal use and only owning it for less than one month.While the initial recipes I tried were delicious — I love the layout and photography of the book — it has become increasingly difficult to use, due to missing ingredients, faulty directions,…

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