Dash Diet Cookbook

22-Day Weight Loss Diet to Lose Weight, 520 Easy Recipes
Narrated by: Ted Ryan
Length: 3 hrs and 50 mins
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The DASH diet is one of the most popular and medically supported ways of eating to provide a healthy lifestyle and habits to reduce blood pressure, support weight loss and support your immune system. There are many foods that support this diet, and learning how to discover, combine and enjoy them is key to success.  

Once you become familiar with how to eat and the many food options available, you’ll realize there are less restrictions and more advantages and ideas to create new, delicious meals. This audiobook will guide you through the basics of the diet and how to begin from creating a new grocery list to choosing good foods and enjoying a wide new range of recipes.

In this audiobook, you will become familiar with how 520 recipes and variations can be just the beginning to a new life of enjoying what you eat and getting the most out of it.

You will:

  • Find the foods the contain the most nutrients and learn to keep it simple and affordable
  • Avoid processed foods, refined carbohydrates, and replace the addictive snacks and sugary drinks with healthier alternatives.
  • Create a shopping list based on new food choices and customize according to your own preferences

The number of recipes in this book are divided to create a reference guide for everything from two- or three-item recipes to more elaborate stews, broths, and roasts.  No fancy or elaborate equipment is needed to create a lot of meals, juices, and smoothies. 

You’ll find everything you need to begin making recipes from each of the following categories:

  • Stews, soups, and broths for both vegan and animal-protein diets
  • A wide range of salads
  • Light meals, including dips, sauces, wraps, sandwiches, and many other easy-to-prepare dishes
  • Lean meat, seafood, and plant-based protein recipes
  • The importance of plant-based foods and soy products such as tofu, tempeh, and miso
  • Smoothies, teas, chilled drinks, and freshly pressed juices
  • Simple cakes and puddings, ice creams, parfait, and other light desserts
  • Egg-centric dishes, skillet meals (meat, eggs, and plant-based)
  • Simple meals based on leftovers from recipes and easy ingredients that require little or no time to prepare

A 22-day meal plan is included to help guide you through the first weeks of your diet, with a wide range of flavors, meal types, and sizes, taking into consideration fast-paced living and home cooking. Once you become familiar with the amazing variety of meals and plans available, you’ll be able to customize your own. You’ll find the focus will be more on nutrition and adding healthier foods to your diet instead of counting calories, carbohydrates or meal sizes.

The DASH diet is a good source of food options for anyone, whether you’re looking to improve your well-being or simply living a healthy, balanced life! 

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Lots of recipes Brief history of the Dash diet

Great narration. This is an easy listen.

Some helpful exchange ideas. Some interesting recipes.

Would love to have a pdf file with the recipes and/or the location in the audtiobook. Yes you could bookmark the ones you were interested in trying. But what if you want to try something new or do a search? If you had that option it would be great.

I was given a copy of this book in return for my unbiased review.

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interesting

this may work but even if you didn't fo this "diet" thr recipes & suggestions are worth it.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 01-25-20

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"520 recipes? About half that plus variations or suggestions."
Designed, at least in part, to help reduce hypertension (high blood pressure), and seeking to lower my own, I was drawn to this DASH diet book for obvious reasons and did enjoy listening to it. The narration was clear, Ted Ryan's voice solid, somehow reasuring, and pleasant to hear. And there were a lot of interesting recipe ideas given, although having listened to them now I doubt I would ever again find what I wanted without reprising a large section of the book every time. A downloadable print of the recipes should be available for ease of use. Without it, this book becomes more of an ideas book around which the reader can make up their own, fine for someone who knows what they are doing. Not so good for a novice.

With a brief introduction about eating fresh and cutting out salt, I was immediately surprised at the quantity of salt used in nearly all of the savoury recipes. Why cook with any at all? I haven't for years (and actually find that I get indigestion following most meals cooked with the addition of salt even if it is sea salt). And for those who find food tasteless without it, salt can always be added later. Obviously, this book gives the U.S. names of the herbs and vegetables mentioned: not a problem usually. But I did wonder if marmalade was different in America from Britain. Here, it is a type of jam made from sugar and oranges (or other usually citrus fruit). I make it, so I know that the proportion of sugar to fruit can frequently be 2:1. So I'm not sure how to find unsweetened marmalade: it seems a contradiction in terms.

In very general terms, the recipes were presented thus:
Chapter 5). Stocks, soups, snacks and salads
Chapter 6). Proteins: seafood, meat and poultry, p!and based.
Chapter 7). Smoothies and beverages
Chapter 8). Deserts, puddings, ice cream, cakes
Chapter 9) Skillet recipes and stir fries
Chapter 10) Special occasions: mostly rice pudding and egg nog
Chapter 11) Bonus recipes, like crisps, trail mix and sandwich fillings
Chapter 12) Starting: daily menu suggestions, and a Q&A section.

I was very fortunate in being freely gifted with a complimentary copy of The DASH Diet Cookbook, at my request by the rights holder. Thank you. I did enjoy listening to it and received several interesting ideas that I am sure I will try. But, basically, it failed by not making the recipes accessible once the book had been heard, one of the crucial requirements of a cook book. It did, however, give this reader a glimpse into the DASH concept, but for this book to be truly useful, the print/ebook version would be needed as well: it is available to read for free on kindle unlimited.