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 5 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 Beef Casserole, usually 35g of fat per serve, to just 5.9g of fat. Pasties are around 60g of fat per serve, Annette’s Healthy Pasties are 7.5g of fat. A Crème Brulée, usually 40g of fat per serve, is now just 3.4g of fat.
First launched in 2006, 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. The 28-day menu plan has been a popular inclusion - it includes four different calorie levels that show what to eat and how much to eat.
While many fad diets have come and gone, Annette’s recipes have stood the test of time, and the results speak for themselves. “I would like to thank you for giving me the inspiration to keep on keeping on. You’re very inspiring. My dietitian suggested your cookbooks as I have diabetes, which at this stage is being controlled by diet and exercise. I have now lost 22 kilos and I think your recipes are yummy.” Debra Carrigan – Tannum Sands, 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.