The FastDay Cookbook: Delicious Low-Calorie Meals to Enjoy while on The FastDiet

By | September 3, 2018

An essential companion to the #1 New York Times bestselling FastDiet, gorgeously illustrated and containing 115 all-new recipes from around the world for no-hassle, low-cal meals to make your fast days easy as can be.

Whether or not you’re on the FastDiet, brought to popular acclaim by #1 New York Times bestselling author Michael Mosley, you can’t go wrong with low-calorie foods that are also delicious, convenient, and easy to make. In this new cookbook, all 115 recipes—from the classics to traditional ethnic cuisines—are under 600 calories. You’ll lose weight, cut your risk for a range of diseases, and live longer by effortlessly cooking up these satisfying meals.

There are recipes here to suit every palate, and every culture: Tandoori Chicken for a taste of India; Spaghetti Bolognose for a hearty Italian dinner; a Beef and Beer Casserole that’s sure to please the Anglophiles; Egg Drop Soup in the Chinese tradition; and Boston Bean and Ham from our very own Uncle Sam. Each calorie-counted recipe is infinitely adaptable, and everyone will find their favorite in no time with sections such as Lightning Quick Suppers (for times you want to be sitting down to eat in ten minutes flat); Fast Favorites (for calorie-controlled classics); Simple Sides; Supper Soups; Fast Meals for Men; and much more. In addition, Mimi Spencer lists kitchen cupboard essentials and introduces you to the FastDiet and all its benefits—including dramatic weight loss and lowered risk factors for cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and Alzheimer’s.

Featuring seventy-five full-color mouthwatering photos, this is the perfect adjunct to the original FastDiet Cookbook, offering a whole new repertoire of Fast food to sustain you through the colder months and help you lose weight with ease.

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Live better! Grain Belly

3 Comments

TJ Cole on 09/03/2018 at 13:55.

So Far, the Calorie Count Listed is Inaccurate My initial browse through this book after I received it left me enthusiastic. The recipes look easy, and the ingredients are fairly normal and everyday. Once I chose my first recipe to make out of the book, though, I started to question the calorie count listed. I recalculated, and a recipe that was listed as having 140 calories per serving actually has almost 350 calories per serving! My tip-off that something wasn’t right was when the recipe listed almost 8 oz of boneless-skinless chicken…

C. Gallivan on 09/03/2018 at 14:14.

This is the one!

Anonymous on 09/03/2018 at 14:42.

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