Overweight and obesity related health concerns are at an all-time high in Australia, placing increased burden on our strained public health system. People are desperate for a solution to lose weight that provides long-term results and doesn’t mean living off grilled fish and salad.
The recipes contained in the pages of Symply Too Good To Be True book 1 are both healthy and delicious, which means never missing out on the food you love.
Annette has taken traditionally high-fat family favourite recipes and converted them into healthy options, often with a tenth of the fat. Recipes are suitable for the whole family, so no more cooking separate meals.
For example, in this book Annette has converted a traditional Caesar Salad, usually 40g of fat per serve, to just 5.5g of fat. Garlic Prawns are around 40g of fat per serve, Annette’s recipe is 2.3g of fat. A Carrot Cake, usually 45g of fat per serve, is now just 3.5g of fat.
First launched in 1997, this cookbook is still a firm seller. The longevity of the Symply Too Good To Be True series can be attributed to the variety of recipes included that are usually off limits to those on a weight loss journey.
While many fad diets have come and gone, Annette’s recipes have stood the test of time, and the results speak for themselves. “Whilst I was dieting, I found food was dull and boring, then I met Annette and she changed my way of thinking. With Annette’s knowledge, enthusiasm and incredible recipes I was able to lose 86 kilos in 10 months. I now enjoy my new slimmer self.” Tina Poole – Warana, Queensland.
The Symply Too Good To Be True series are not coffee table cookbooks; they’re intended to be used daily. There’s no fancy, hard to find ingredients - all ingredients are readily available in supermarkets, and the recipes are quick and easy to prepare, which is important in this time poor world.
A generation has already grown up eating these family-friendly recipes and now the next generation are seeking out these cookbooks.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 10 / 2019
- 210 x 298mm