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Often seen being eaten by Hollywood celebrities and the like, kale has emerged a super-food. Kale provides protection against diseases like cancer and diabetes, boosts cardiac health and your immune system, improves mood, and helps you to stay lean, offering a lot of nutrient value for very few calories.
So, what’s the catch? Eaten by itself raw, kale proves a bitter, leafy vegetable. Tossed in a Caesar salad? Divine! A colorful, delicious, and engaging cookbook, Fifty Shades of Kale features 50 recipes, including vegan and gluten-free options, centered on deliciously incorporating Mother Nature’s super food into your culinary repertoire. Dr. Drew Ramsey provides a compelling essay on the health attributes of kale, while chef and veteran cookbook author Jennifer Iserloh highlights kale in a number of sensual and nourishing recipes.
To the delight of all of us wishing to adopt and maintain a healthier lifestyle, Fifty Shades of Kale encourages readers to stop feeling guilty and to start eating decadent-tasting foods that happen to also be good for you. With their combined expertise, authors Dr. Drew and Jennifer Iserloh underscore a number of valuable tips for healthy eating, proper preparation, and cooking techniques.
For more information, visit 50shadesofkale.com.
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77 calories per 1 cup serving