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Fast, flavorful recipes for a strong, healthy heart. Food is a critical driver of heart health, and this cookbook helps you take the wheel. The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook is full of simple, satisfying meals you can make for you and your family in 30 minutes or less. You don’t have to sacrifice enjoyment to eat a low-sodium diet—the recipes in this heart healthy co Fast, flavorful recipes for a strong, healthy heart. Food is a critical driver of heart health, and this cookbook helps you take the wheel. The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook is full of simple, satisfying meals you can make for you and your family in 30 minutes or less. You don’t have to sacrifice enjoyment to eat a low-sodium diet—the recipes in this heart healthy cookbook are full of flavor to keep you (and your heart) happy.Meal planning tips, a grocery shopping guide, and at-a-glance food charts make it easy to prepare nutritious meals. Many recipes call for just five ingredients, and all are designed for efficiency—so you can nourish yourself with delicious food from this heart healthy cookbook even when you’re short on time or energy.The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook includes: For every diet—Vegetarian, vegan, DASH, and Mediterranean diets are all represented, with dishes like Pear and Pumpkin Seed Salad, Hearty Mashed Potatoes, Chili Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner, and Stovetop Apple Crisp. Nutritional info—Each recipe in this heart healthy cookbook lists key nutrients like sodium and fat, along with the amount of vitamin K and potassium per serving. Special guidance—Rest easy with dietary guidance for specific conditions: high cholesterol, high triglycerides, high blood pressure, diabetes, and pre-diabetes. Discover new recipes to love and use every day in the 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook.


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Fast, flavorful recipes for a strong, healthy heart. Food is a critical driver of heart health, and this cookbook helps you take the wheel. The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook is full of simple, satisfying meals you can make for you and your family in 30 minutes or less. You don’t have to sacrifice enjoyment to eat a low-sodium diet—the recipes in this heart healthy co Fast, flavorful recipes for a strong, healthy heart. Food is a critical driver of heart health, and this cookbook helps you take the wheel. The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook is full of simple, satisfying meals you can make for you and your family in 30 minutes or less. You don’t have to sacrifice enjoyment to eat a low-sodium diet—the recipes in this heart healthy cookbook are full of flavor to keep you (and your heart) happy.Meal planning tips, a grocery shopping guide, and at-a-glance food charts make it easy to prepare nutritious meals. Many recipes call for just five ingredients, and all are designed for efficiency—so you can nourish yourself with delicious food from this heart healthy cookbook even when you’re short on time or energy.The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook includes: For every diet—Vegetarian, vegan, DASH, and Mediterranean diets are all represented, with dishes like Pear and Pumpkin Seed Salad, Hearty Mashed Potatoes, Chili Salmon Sheet Pan Dinner, and Stovetop Apple Crisp. Nutritional info—Each recipe in this heart healthy cookbook lists key nutrients like sodium and fat, along with the amount of vitamin K and potassium per serving. Special guidance—Rest easy with dietary guidance for specific conditions: high cholesterol, high triglycerides, high blood pressure, diabetes, and pre-diabetes. Discover new recipes to love and use every day in the 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook.

43 review for 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook: Delicious Recipes for Easy, Low-Sodium Meals

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    Rockridge Press and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook: Delicious Recipes for Easy, Low-Sodium Meals. I was under no obligation to review this cookbook and my opinion is freely given. This cookbook is broken down into logical chapters, such as: Heart-Healthy Eating; Breakfasts and Smoothies; Salads, Starters, and Side Dishes; Vegetarian and Vegan Entrees; Seafood Entrees; Poultry Entrees; Meat Entrees; Snacks and Sweet Treats; and Staples, as wel Rockridge Press and NetGalley provided me with an electronic copy of The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook: Delicious Recipes for Easy, Low-Sodium Meals. I was under no obligation to review this cookbook and my opinion is freely given. This cookbook is broken down into logical chapters, such as: Heart-Healthy Eating; Breakfasts and Smoothies; Salads, Starters, and Side Dishes; Vegetarian and Vegan Entrees; Seafood Entrees; Poultry Entrees; Meat Entrees; Snacks and Sweet Treats; and Staples, as well as a good introduction and conversion charts. I particularly like how the author has classified each recipe, giving a heading under the name of the dish detailing whether it is DASH, Mediterranean, Vegetarian friendly, and the like. Readers with certain diet restrictions will find it easy to flip through the recipes to find the ones that meet their needs. The biggest downfall to the cookbook is its lack of photographs, which are essential when trying to entice consumers to eat better. The old saying "you eat with your eyes" should have been considered, as promoting healthy eating is always easier with photographs that invite the eater to try the finished dishes. Many of the dishes in this cookbook are simple and easy, making it ideal for those not wanting to invest a lot of money into trying something new. There are a fair number of recipes using store bought ingredients, such as salsa or granola, but the Staples section does include the homemade version of many of these. I liked the descriptions of the dishes that the author presents before the recipes, as they sometimes include an explanation of the cuisine or suitable substitutions for some of the ingredients. There are many recipes in The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook that will entice me to try ingredients that I have either not tried or typically do not like, like Spicy Weeknight Coconut Tofu Curry. Although I am not a fan of tofu, this recipe is simple and easy enough to try once. One of my favorite recipes in the cookbook is the Beef and Corn Fiesta Salad, as it is a complete meal in a bowl. Between the plethora of vegetables, heart healthy beans, and the perfectly seasoned beef, this is the perfect summertime meal. Other favorites are Leek, Butter Bean and Parmesan Orzo, which is creamy and delicious, even after reheating; and Arugula Pasta Salad with Chicken, as it is delicious as is, but welcomes substitutions to change up the flavor profile. Overall, The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook is a good starting point for those looking to try a heart healthy diet. Eaters looking for recipes with some of the latest food stars, like coconut oil, may be disappointed that the author does not prescribe to that way of thinking. Personally, I feel that olive oil is a much cleaner flavor and is also a healthy fat. The biggest drawback to this cookbook is its lack of pictures, which takes away from its appeal. In a field full of cookbooks with a similar objective, The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook does not stand out.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Andrex

    OH MY! This author REALLY needs to learn from the research being done and already concluded. She states, "In my opinion, pricier organic and non-genetically modified (non-GMO) food isn't necessary for good health." Has she not, for example, been reading about the dangers of glyphosate (Round-Up) routinely sprayed on non-organic crops? (AND she is promoting a more plant based diet!) Interestingly, the author does not share about The Dirty Dozen (most pesticide containing fruits and vegetables) or OH MY! This author REALLY needs to learn from the research being done and already concluded. She states, "In my opinion, pricier organic and non-genetically modified (non-GMO) food isn't necessary for good health." Has she not, for example, been reading about the dangers of glyphosate (Round-Up) routinely sprayed on non-organic crops? (AND she is promoting a more plant based diet!) Interestingly, the author does not share about The Dirty Dozen (most pesticide containing fruits and vegetables) or the Clean Fifteen (fruits and veggies that you may want to consider purchasing non organic of if your budget is tight). If you are a believer in the health benefits of coconut oil you will not agree with the author's advice on staying away from it. She would rather you consume canola and/or sunflower oil, two heavily processed and often deodorized oils to prevent the consumer from realizing how rancid they are! Her Better Butter recipe consists of 1 cup of butter with 1 1/4 cups of canola or sunflower oil. She also recommends low fat milk and margarine (trans fat free ones). Butter and coconut oil are put in the 'Cameo' section with soda and fruit juice! One helpful section is the food interactions for some heart medications if you are already on some. Other than that I was NOT impressed with this book at all and would not recommend it. I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher. Thanks, Liz

  3. 5 out of 5

    Virginia Campbell

    "The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook: Delicious Recipes for Easy, Low-Sodium Meals" offers dozens of delicious low-sodium recipes plus invaluable health and nutrition information. You will also find helpful advice such as: "Five Principles of Heart-Healthy Eating"; "Ten Tips for Quick and Easy Meals"; and "Healthy Store-Bought Shortcuts". Popular heart-healthy patterns such as "Mediterranean"; "DASH"; and "Vegetarian/Vegan" are explained. Guides to essential kitchen tools, pantry staples, smart "The 30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook: Delicious Recipes for Easy, Low-Sodium Meals" offers dozens of delicious low-sodium recipes plus invaluable health and nutrition information. You will also find helpful advice such as: "Five Principles of Heart-Healthy Eating"; "Ten Tips for Quick and Easy Meals"; and "Healthy Store-Bought Shortcuts". Popular heart-healthy patterns such as "Mediterranean"; "DASH"; and "Vegetarian/Vegan" are explained. Guides to essential kitchen tools, pantry staples, smart and simple meal planning, and savvy heart-healthy shopping are also included. Before making significant dietary and lifestyle changes, consult your primary healthcare provider to help you make the best choices for you. Here's a sampler of the featured recipes: "Strawberry Breakfast Sundae"; "Apple-Pecan Oatmeal"; "California Scrambled Eggs and Veggies"; "Classic Caprese Salad"; "Crunchy Spinach Salad"; "Roasted Sweet Potatoes"; "Hearty Mashed Potatoes"; "Pantry Beans and Rice"; "Pasta with Greens and Beans"; "Rosemary-Lemon Salmon"; "Grilled Garlic-Lime Chicken"; "Southwest Steak Skillet"; "Pork Chops with Mushroom Gravy"; "Red Beans with Sausage and Rice"; "Garlicky Kale Chips"; "Dark Chocolate and Cherry Trail Mix"; "Banana-Oatmeal Cookies"; and "Fresh Tomato Salsa". Book Copy Gratis Callisto Publishers

  4. 4 out of 5

    Marion Jones

    This cookbook includes great recipes as well as health and nutrition information. Of course, it is important to consult your primary healthcare provider before making any dietary or lifestyle changes. With that being said, there is information on popular heart-healthy eating plans such as Mediterranean, DASH and vegetarian. Also contained is guides to pantry staples, kitchen tools, and suggestions for meal planning and shopping. These are just a few of the featured recipes: "Roasted Sweet Potato This cookbook includes great recipes as well as health and nutrition information. Of course, it is important to consult your primary healthcare provider before making any dietary or lifestyle changes. With that being said, there is information on popular heart-healthy eating plans such as Mediterranean, DASH and vegetarian. Also contained is guides to pantry staples, kitchen tools, and suggestions for meal planning and shopping. These are just a few of the featured recipes: "Roasted Sweet Potatoes"; "Hearty Mashed Potatoes"; "Pantry Beans and Rice"; "Pasta with Greens and Beans"; "Grilled Garlic-Lime Chicken"; "Southwest Steak Skillet"; "Pork Chops with Mushroom Gravy"; "Red Beans with Sausage and Rice"; "Garlicky Kale Chips"; "Dark Chocolate and Cherry Trail Mix"; "Banana-Oatmeal Cookies"; and "Fresh Tomato Salsa". I found the recipes to be easy to understand and follow. Many of them had 10 ingredients or less which I believe is important in these busy times. This is a great cookbook for someone just starting out and looking to improve their eating habits. It is also good for those busy day-to-day persons who need quick but nutritious meals for the family. Thank you to the publisher, author and NetGalley for the opportunity to review this book.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Marion Jones

    This cookbook includes great recipes as well as health and nutrition information. Of course, it is important to consult your primary healthcare provider before making any dietary or lifestyle changes. With that being said, there is information on popular heart-healthy eating plans such as Mediterranean, DASH and vegetarian. Also contained is guides to pantry staples, kitchen tools, and suggestions for meal planning and shopping. These are just a few of the featured recipes: "Roasted Sweet Potato This cookbook includes great recipes as well as health and nutrition information. Of course, it is important to consult your primary healthcare provider before making any dietary or lifestyle changes. With that being said, there is information on popular heart-healthy eating plans such as Mediterranean, DASH and vegetarian. Also contained is guides to pantry staples, kitchen tools, and suggestions for meal planning and shopping. These are just a few of the featured recipes: "Roasted Sweet Potatoes"; "Hearty Mashed Potatoes"; "Pantry Beans and Rice"; "Pasta with Greens and Beans"; "Grilled Garlic-Lime Chicken"; "Southwest Steak Skillet"; "Pork Chops with Mushroom Gravy"; "Red Beans with Sausage and Rice"; "Garlicky Kale Chips"; "Dark Chocolate and Cherry Trail Mix"; "Banana-Oatmeal Cookies"; and "Fresh Tomato Salsa". I found the recipes to be easy to understand and follow. Many of them had 10 ingredients or less which I believe is important in these busy times. This is a great cookbook for someone just starting out and looking to improve their eating habits. It is also good for those busy day-to-day persons who need quick but nutritious meals for the family. Thank you to the publisher, author and NetGalley for the opportunity to review this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cynthia D

    *** I received this arc in exchange for an honest review *** As someone trying to eat healthier, I wanted to get this cookbook to see what kind of options there are that aren’t too time consuming. Usually I’m disappointed, but a lot of the recipes in here that I’ve bookmarked are actually easy enough to do on a regular basis. I was also pleased with the variety of recipes in the book for every meal, and the possible substitutions that the author includes. As a celiac, there are a number of recipes *** I received this arc in exchange for an honest review *** As someone trying to eat healthier, I wanted to get this cookbook to see what kind of options there are that aren’t too time consuming. Usually I’m disappointed, but a lot of the recipes in here that I’ve bookmarked are actually easy enough to do on a regular basis. I was also pleased with the variety of recipes in the book for every meal, and the possible substitutions that the author includes. As a celiac, there are a number of recipes with oats, flour, bulgur, etc. For these recipes, I mentally exchange those ingredients for GF versions (or for oats just make sure we have a GF option available) and still see if it’s something I want to make. What was interesting to me was the amount of information at the beginning about heart health overall. Some people may want to skip this, but for those who are looking to start a healthier diet, this will be helpful.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rachelle

    30-Minute Heart Healthy Cookbook... explanations of heart healthy terms and a basic guide to shopping, planning healthy meals, and nutrition label information is provided as an introduction. Entrees that follow are composed of vegetables and whole grains, complemented by lean proteins. Author encourages readers to combine certain dishes with others for maximum benefit. Few images included, just one per chapter. Focus on Mediterranean, DASH, Vegetarian friendly meals.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tina Izguerra

    This cookbook is super informative and can serve as a foundation for anyone looking to cook with a healthy heart in mind. Although I did not agree with all of the medical information shared it nonetheless serves as an introduction to this type of cooking. The recipes are great and are easy to follow. Overall I think the cookbook is a great addition to any cook's repertoire.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cristie Underwood

    I have been trying to eat healthier, but have had a hard time finding easy to make meals that are tasty. I have been experimenting with different cookbooks and have loved everything that I have made from this one! I highly recommend it!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Gail

    This maybe low. Sodium, but it still has too much fat.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    Having overall healthy recipes in one was great! I liked most recipes in here. Having nutritional info as well was a great perk!

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