What I Like About This Cookbook
Essentially, the whole strategy is liked by me. Karine and Dave are onto something here. The Fat Loss Optimizer Guide is actually appreciated by me, as well as the numerous helpful suggestions given in this publication. Additionally, I actually enjoy the Vegetarian Cookbook and the Breakfast Cookbook. Also, for each of the recipes, I value the appealing layout of the Cookbooks, as well as the capacity to see the protein, fat, carbohydrate, and calorie count for every single recipe readily perceived.
What I Do Not Enjoy About It
I do not enjoy the recommendation to essentially forego most nutritional supplements, as well as a serious need to be using the Supplements Optimizer Guide. See the wide-ranging discussion with this subject in many online health forums. Although an excellent Omega-3 fatty acid nutritional supplement is advised in a great protein powder, along with the Supplements Optimizer Manual, what about Vitamin C? Where's there any reference of Vitamin E? Vitamin C and Vitamin E is important as well! You can read in this article, why Vitamin C is important! As always, no one person has an entire solution to what's food consumption and an optimum nourishment.
However, overall the is a good cookbook that I will recommend to anybody who wants to be able to cook healthy food while maintaining their weight or even to lose weight! I personally have lost over 15 pounds in 2 months using the recipes in their cookbook. The wide range of recipes In Metabolic Cooking available for breakfast, lunch, dinner and even late night supper is superb!