When the light-meals book was finished, Don was looking for yet another low-sodium cookbook idea. He and Maureen pulled out their collection of recipes, did their magic of making them very low on sodium, and voilà!
Author: Donald A. Gazzaniga
When a serious heart problem caused Don Gazzaniga to give up his career in communications, he was warned to keep to a diet with very little salt or other sodium. Undaunted, he discovered a way to continue enjoying the meals he loved and still keep his sodium level far below what most cardiologists feel they can expect from their patients. The idea has led to three published books found on the kitchen shelves of thousands of grateful families dealing with congestive heart failure. First came a large general cookbook. It was followed by a baking book, and then a book of recipes for light meals and snacks. What could be next? Before Don's illness, he and his wife, Maureen, traveled a lot. Don's job took him all over the globe. And wherever they went, they sought out that country's traditional dishes. When the light-meals book was finished, Don was looking for yet another low-sodium cookbook idea. He and Maureen pulled out their collection of recipes, did their magic of making them very low on sodium, and voilà! The No-Salt, Losest-Sodium International Cookbook is a delicious and healthy treat for the entire family.
Beware of sodium? No need to forego baked goodies with this unusual baking book by the author of the No-Salt, Lowest Sodium Diet Cookbook. Donald Gazzaniga, diagnosed with congestive heart failure, was headed for a heart transplant.
Author: Donald A. Gazzaniga
Beware of sodium? No need to forego baked goodies with this unusual baking book by the author of the No-Salt, Lowest Sodium Diet Cookbook. Donald Gazzaniga, diagnosed with congestive heart failure, was headed for a heart transplant. Urged by his doctor to keep his sodium intake "under 1,500 to 2,000 milligrams a day," Don headed for the kitchen and went to work devising recipes for delicious low-sodium dishes that added up to less than 500 milligrams daily. The results? Don's name has been removed from the transplant list, and Don shared his recipes with the world in The No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium Cookbook. Readers of that first book have kept in touch with Don via his Web site, and have written him letters asking for more. What they most often ask for is a book with more bread recipes, more recipes for cakes and cookies and muffins and tea breads, more of all those great baked things—in short, for the book you now hold in your hands. Don teamed up with his daughter, professional nutritionist Dr. Jeannie Gazzaniga Moloo, to fill The No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium Baking Book with recipes that are as healthy and delicious as possible. As in the previous book, they tell you just how much sodium is in each ingredient. They provide satisfactory substitutes for flavorings that patients with congestive heart failure and high blood pressure shouldn't have. All easy to make and delicious to eat. Go for it!
Reduce the heat to low, cover, and cook for 20 minutes. Do not remove lid during this ... Try our Greek Olive and Rosemary Bread (see page 187) using the same low-sodium olives. ... 74 The No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium International Cookbook.
Author: Donald A. Gazzaniga
Previously published as part of NO-SALT, LOWEST-SODIUM LIGHT MEALS BOOK. Doctors have always believed that no one could ever get below 1500 milligrams of sodium a daily diet. But Donaldand Maureen A. Gazzaniga have proven them all wrong. After a lot of research, the help of nutritionist daughter, Jeannie, familiarity with the cuisines of many different countries, and hours in the kitchen, Don gathered together hundreds of recipes that never went above five hundred milligrams of sodium a day! Yep! That's five hundred. And the food was delicious. From these recipes came several "No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium" cookbooks and now, in NO-SALT, LOWEST-SODIUM SOUPS, SALADS AND SANDWICHES, we have gathered together Don's most delicious recipes for soups, salads and sandwiches. Are you ready to eat delicious food and decrease your sodium intake? Then this ebook is for you!
Providing more than 150+ tasty, salt-free recipes-in addition to salt-free shopping tips, information on counting milligrams, and no-salt cooking essentials-this combination cookbook/health book will help you lead a more healthy, active ...
Author: Gina Lemke
Publisher: Independently Published
If you suffer from high blood pressure, Meniere's syndrome, or are simply looking to eat more healthily, No Salt Cookbook 2021 provides low-salt recipes that are quick, easy, and taste great. As anyone on a low-sodium diet knows, it is difficult to prepare flavorful food without salt. Providing more than 150+ tasty, salt-free recipes-in addition to salt-free shopping tips, information on counting milligrams, and no-salt cooking essentials-this combination cookbook/health book will help you lead a more healthy, active lifestyle without radically changing your diet.
"Living Well Without Salt" includes eating out suggestions, a section of what we can eat and much, much more. This book is Gazzaniga's fifth and it promises to be an important contribution to the world's effort to lower salt intake.
Author: Donald A. Gazzaniga
Publisher: Arrowhead Classics Limited
200 No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium recipes. "Living Well Without Salt" book by Donald A. Gazzaniga, guides those who must cut salt from their diet to a healthier life. The author, helped by his wife Maureen A. Gazzaniga, and by Dr. Michael Fowler who is director of the heart failure program at Stanford Medical Center, helped reverse his own terminal heart failure diagnosis with a no-salt plan that has proved highly successful for thousands of others. Gazzaniga has been recognized nationally in magazines and newspapers as "the pioneer who forged the path back to health for himself and others by cutting salt out of his diet, and sticking to his plan for more than a decade." His Web site Megaheart.com, has recorded thousands of letters and notes from people all over the world who have used his "No Salt, Lowest Sodium Cookbook" series. "Living Well Without Salt" captures that experience and helps to lead us back to health from heart failure, Meniere's Syndrome, hypertension, and other chronic illnesses that require the lowering of salt intake. The book includes two-hundred recipes, each marked for use by vegetarians, diabetics, and of course all who need to cut salt out of their life. "Living Well Without Salt" includes eating out suggestions, a section of what we can eat and much, much more. This book is Gazzaniga's fifth and it promises to be an important contribution to the world's effort to lower salt intake.
Delicious Soup, Salad and Sandwich Recipes to Delight Not Only Heart and Hypertension Patients But Their Doctors as Well ... Of course, Maureen has also ventured around the world and brought back many of her own memories and recipes ...
Author: Donald A. Gazzaniga
Perhaps heartbreaking is the wrong word for a very happy event, one that brings tears to your eyes because you know what the alternative would have been. But however you describe it, the letters that Don Gazzaniga finds on his web site ever since his first cookbook was published easily bring tears to the reader's eyes. "The doctor told him that the very low-sodium diet is the main thing responsible for this success and I couldn't wait to share it with you." "When I said that your book saved [my husband's] life, I meant it." That first cookbook was a surprise to medical professionals and their patients alike. Doctors have always believed that no one could ever get below 1500 milligrams of sodium a daily diet. "Keep it at that level," Don's doctor told the sixty-three-year-old Gazzaniga in 1997. He had diagnosed his patient's problem as congestive heart failure and was about to sign him up for the only solution believed possible, a heart transplant. To Don, this was a challenge. After a lot of research, the help of nutritionist daughter, Jeannie, familiarity with the cuisines of many different countries, and hours in the kitchen, Don came up with a large selection of recipes and a twenty-eight-day menu that never went above five hundred milligrams of sodium a day! Yep! That's five hundred. And the food was delicious. The recipes in that first diet were gathered in a general cookbook that told readers just about everything they needed to know: where to find the right ingredients, how to make tasty substitutions that did not raise the sodium level, and more, with the sodium count given for each ingredient and each recipe. That was The No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium Cookbook. Don decided to embellish the general work with some specialties and, with his wife, Maureen, created The No-Salt, Lowest-Sodium Baking Book. If anyone thinks that you can't make delicious bread and pies and cookies and other baked goodies with very little or no sodium, try a few of Don's recipes. i0 But suppose you want to celebrate your grandson's third birthday, or your doctor's latest green light, with a party and need delicious tidbits for the guests. Here they are in their new book. Sometimes you feel like a light lunch---a salad, a sandwich, a bowl of soup. Here they are. There are sections explaining where to buy special flavorings and the like, how to substitute low-sodium or sodium-free ingredients, and a foreword by Dr. Michael Fowler, director of the Stanford Heart Transplant Program and medical director of the Stanford Cardiomyopathy Center.
Author: Jessica Goldman FoungPublish On: 2013-01-22
And in addition to these super-tasty recipes, the book features helpful tips on dining out, eating while traveling, and stocking your pantry—all essential information for anyone just starting a low-sodium lifestyle.
Author: Jessica Goldman Foung
The essential cookbook for anyone who follows a low-sodium diet (and enjoys throwing dinner parties) Millions of people live with hypertension or chronic kidney disease, and for them, eating a diet low in sodium is a vital part of maintaining good health. And, on average, Americans consumer more than double the lower recommended daily intake. Unfortunately, there just aren't enough great low-sodium cookbooks that offer the kind of dishes that home cooks want. But not any more! In Sodium Girl's Limitless Low-Sodium Cookbook, Jessica Goldman Foung, the blogger behind SodiumGirl.com, presents an enticing collection of recipes that bring color and excitement to a low-sodium diet. With creative substitutions, Foung shows people how to lose the salt and keep the foods they love. With this vibrant cookbook, eating great and staying healthy are one in the same, proving low-sodium can be a delight and not just a doctor's orders. Includes delicious recipes for low-sodium meals of all kinds, including the traditionally salty foods you love most, like bloody marys and buffalo wings Features gorgeous full-color photographs by popular blogger and photographer Matt Armendariz Features recipe contributions from several world-renowned chefs, including Hubert Keller and Trace Des Jardins Offers helpful information on dining out, traveling, and stocking a low-sodium pantry Whether you've just been diagnosed with a condition that demands a low-sodium diet, or you just want to maintain a healthy lifestyle, Sodium Girl's Limitless Low-Sodium Cookbook is the perfect resource for your low-sodium kitchen!
It may seem obvious when you are on a low-sodium diet, but just in case: don't add salt to your food. My favorite substitutes for salt are fresh herbs and spices, which enhance not only the flavor of various foods but also your ...
Author: Kitty Gurkin Rosati
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
LOSE UP TO TWENTY POUNDS IN ONE MONTH EATING WHOLESOME, DELICIOUS, EASY-TO-PREPARE FOOD FROM THE RICE DIET COOKBOOK! After the success of the New York Times bestselling The Rice Diet Solution, the Rice Diet Program's message boards were bombarded with pleas and suggestions for more Rice Diet-friendly recipes. The result is this collection of healthy whole-food dishes, which includes personal favorites from the Rice Diet kitchen as well as from successful dieters who want to share their weight-loss tips with everyone who intends to lose weight and live a healthier life. Based on one of the world's most famous weight-loss programs, The Rice Diet Cookbook contains 150 new recipes -- all simple and easy to shop for, prepare, and cook. By ambitiously limiting sodium-rich ingredients and relying on complex carbohydrates as the main source of nutrition, the recipes in this book can help women lose nineteen to twenty pounds and men lose twenty-eight to thirty pounds -- in one month! For breakfast, try Gooey Apple Oatmeal, the Elvis Special, or French Toast Sticks. In the mood for a light lunch? Mix up a Basil-Mint Quinoa Salad and pair it with a Refried Bean and Roasted Red Pepper Lettuce Wrap. When the urge to snack hits you, munch on some Zesty Sweet Potato Chips or Barley Pesto Dip on Eilene's Pita Bread. And at dinnertime, how about Pan-Seared Sea Scallops with Angela's Spinach with Sun-dried Tomato and Ilene's Mashed Cauliflower? Or make a meal out of Chicken and Spinach Salad with some Cannellini Bean Salad on the side. Don't forget dessert: Ricers have found amazing ways to satisfy their cravings! There's Chocolate-Banana Cream Custard, Rhubarb-Dried Cherry Crumble, Samba's Gingered Pear Cake, or the super simple and truly delicious Toasted Ginger Papaya. In addition to recipes, The Rice Diet Cookbook is also full of incredible feedback from people who have achieved major weight loss on the Rice Diet. Their inspirational stories will motivate you to live a healthier life the Rice Diet way. The Rice Diet Cookbook is a truly encouraging, supportive book that will help you make living a wholesome lifestyle both simple and sustainable.
Fast and Flavorful Low-Salt Recipes that Save You Time, Keep You on Track, and Taste Delicious Dick Logue ... 2 cups (240 g) all-purpose flour 11⁄2 cups (300 g) sugar 1 teaspoon sodium-free baking soda 1 teaspoon sodium-free baking ...
Author: Dick Logue
Publisher: Fair Winds Press
Create great, low-sodium meals in a jiffy while still enjoying all the foods and flavors you love with 500 15-Minute Low-Sodium Recipes! In these pages, you’ll be treated to dishes so delightful you’d never guess they’re low in salt and quick to prepare. Packed with 500 recipes to choose from, you’ll find everything from beef, chicken, and vegetables dishes to international takeout-style recipes, desserts, and more. And with 15 minutes or less prep time on every recipe, staying on track is as easy as pie! You’ll also find a nutritional breakdown on every recipe, making it easier than ever to track your daily sodium intake. Just a few of the easy and delicious low-salt recipes: Quick Chicken a la King Steak Stroganoff Baked Tilapia Rockefeller Quick and Easy Gazpacho Cranberry Pork Roast Grilled Chocolate-Filled Bananas Nutty Apple Wedges Cutting sodium doesn’t mean cutting flavor or variety, or spending hours in the kitchen on complicated recipes. Make staying on course easy—and delicious!—with 500 15-Minute Low Sodium Recipes.
Author: Christy EllingsworthPublish On: 2015-06-05
The combination is so seriously stupendous, you won't believe it's low sodium! A note about Thai Red Curry Paste: Although this product does contain salt, when used sparingly it lends tremendous depth of flavor.
Author: Christy Ellingsworth
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Delicious DASH diet meals in 30 minutes or fewer! The #1 diet in the United States, the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) diet is one of the healthiest ways to lose weight, lower blood pressure, and curb diabetes risk--all without the use of medications. Packed with flavorful, easy-to-make recipes, this cookbook shows you how to create dozens of DASH diet–approved meals in just 30 minutes. Featuring step-by-step instructions and a variety of cuisines to choose from, each page is bursting with tantalizing plates like: Brown Sugar Cinnamon Oatmeal Stovetop Barbecued Chicken Bites Quick and Easy Shepherd's Pie Mushroom and Eggplant Curry Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Blondies Filled with 175 mouthwatering meals, The DASH Diet 30-Minute Cookbook won't leave you feeling deprived--of taste or time.