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Eat more plants : over 100 anti-inflammatory, plant-based recipes for vibrant living

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[Toronto, Ontario] : Penguin, 2019.  |  

Includes bibliographical references, Internet addresses and index.

Restore and energize your health every day with this stunning collection of plant-based recipes chock-full of powerful, anti-inflammatory foods that heal. Revolutionize your approach to a healthy diet with the power of plant-based foods. Whether you are vegan, vegetarian, flexitarian, or meat-eater, we can all benefit from eating more plants--one simple rule for vibrant living. Eat More Plants shows you how to transform your diet with powerful anti-inflammatory nutrient-dense plants, and to create delicious meals to support your immune system, gut health, fight disease, reduce stress, and restore balance. In Eat More Plants, registered dietitian Desiree Nielsen shows you a myriad of ways to add the most healthful gluten-free, plant-based foods to every meal. Packed with more than 100 anti-inflammatory recipes to meet the demands of modern life, including Blackberry Ginger Muffins, Edamame Hula Bowl with Almond Miso Sauce, Socca Pizza with Zucchini, Olives, and Basil, Creamy Pasta with Smoked Tofu and Kale, Green Machine Burgers, Tahini Date Shakes, Pineapple Ginger Cream Tart, and Cocoa Cherry Brownies. Along with expert advice on understanding inflammation and the power of plants, the book includes a 21-day meal plan to help you eat more plants!

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Holdable? Status Due Date
Centennial FOOD VEG NIELS 2019 33145003216631 New Books Copy hold / Volume hold Checked out 10/30/2019
Fleming 641.563 Nie 32761002621828 Adult Non-fiction Copy hold / Volume hold In transit -
Fonthill 641.563 Nie 36443002011435 Adult NEW non-fiction Copy hold / Volume hold Checked out 10/30/2019
Thorold 641.5 NIE 32581002280957 Adult Nonfiction Copy hold / Volume hold Checked out 10/30/2019

1 current hold with 4 total copies.

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Vegetarian cooking.
Inflammation > Diet therapy
Cookbooks.


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