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Low-Cholesterol Cookbook for Dummies

September 29, 2010 · Posted in Bestselling Cooking Books 


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Cook and eat your way to a healthier heart!

Now you really can eat to your heart’s content with this easy cookbook and guide. From breakfasts to dinners, from super starters to “legal” desserts, you’ll find a mouthwatering assortment of tasty and satisfying low-cholesterol recipes you — and your family and friends — will love. With advice on choosing the right foods, low-cholesterol cooking techniques, and more, this book helps make heart-healthy ea… More >>

Low-Cholesterol Cookbook for Dummies

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5 Responses to “Low-Cholesterol Cookbook for Dummies”

  1. Deanna M. Yalowitz on September 29th, 2010 7:36 am

    Many of us make resolutions for the New Year. Some we keep and others are hard to stick to. I did not have a choice about lowering my cholesterol. I just didn’t know how to go about it. I found myself in the Dummies section of the bookstore, and reached for Molly Siple’s book – Low Cholesterol Cookbook for Dummies. I started skimming through it and the recipes sounded delicious and easy. I purchased the book and am eager to share the news that I have lost 4 lbs in two weeks. Not only are the recipes easy to follow, but the ingredients are all available in my local market. No mystery foods. It is astonishing how quick some of the meals are to prepare, and I just love Molly’s little tips on what type dish to serve it in and even how to cut up a mango. I am having my cholesterol levels checked in February and will report my success then.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. L. Brown on September 29th, 2010 8:47 am

    I’m not much of a cook but I am interested in low cholesterol, so I took a chance on this book. And what a pleasant surprise. Not only is it chock full of information on fats in foods, the good and the bad, but the variety and originality of the recipes actually inspired me to cook.

    The chicken recipes alone are simply wonderful.

    This author brings impressive and thorough knowledge of cholesterol to her ingenious recipes. It’s a well-done and worthy book.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. MBW on September 29th, 2010 10:14 am

    I have bought very few cookbooks over the past 40 years, but this one is a must have. The writing style is warm and friendly. I felt like a friend was in my kitchen guiding me into the world of healthful eating. Molly Siple makes nutrition understandable for the lay person and she gives great attention to the asthetic presentation of food. The author has actually made preparing low-cholesterol meals fun rather than labor intensive. It is now my first-choice book for meal planning. We are eating better and enjoying it.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Anvanya on September 29th, 2010 12:36 pm

    This is a good starter cookbook for those of us blessed with the extra cholesterol gene. The chapters make the health problem easy to understand. The reicpes are easy to make and I was able to use the principles of healthful cooking to modify some of my old favorites. My sweetie even commented that my cooking was improving and that the meals I have made are satisfying! This is a guy who, when left to his own devices, makes everything into a sandwich.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Sherry L. Decker on September 29th, 2010 3:24 pm

    When I found out I had high cholesterol in my mid-40’s I went RUNNING to find cookbooks so I could lower it. I have bought 5 so far, this one is by far the best as far as information goes. It gives lists of foods you should keep around the house to snack on, lists of foods that should be kept handy for cooking and a no-nonsense approach to the health needs of those with high-cholesterol. There aren’t as many recipes as some of the cookbooks I have; but the recipes they do have rate above the others in terms of the ease of procuring the ingredients, the taste of the food, and the simplicity of the recipes. I would not waste my time with the American Heart Assoc. cookbook if you are unsure of which to buy. As far as the 4 star rating, I can’t see any low-cholesterol cookbook getting a 5 star rating – we who are doomed to a life without sugar, baked goods, white breads, mayo, luncheon meats, etc. are not prone to give any cookbook a 5 star rating!
    Rating: 4 / 5

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