Fitness Kitchen

Fitness Kitchen

by Shelly Sinton
     
 

The Zone, Atkins, Weight Watchers, Trim Spa … how many fad diets have you tried? Put these complicated trends behind you and opt instead for a fad-free way of eating that promotes a lifestyle full of healthy choices and delicious and nutritious food. The Fitness Kitchen is a cookbook that debunks the hype of the usual weight-loss rhetoric and promotes a…  See more details below

Overview

The Zone, Atkins, Weight Watchers, Trim Spa … how many fad diets have you tried? Put these complicated trends behind you and opt instead for a fad-free way of eating that promotes a lifestyle full of healthy choices and delicious and nutritious food. The Fitness Kitchen is a cookbook that debunks the hype of the usual weight-loss rhetoric and promotes a balanced and easy-to-maintain approach to cooking and living. Shelly Sinton has whipped up innovatively healthful dishes that will enable you to create gourmet fare that tastes good and is good for you. Remember, this is not a diet book, it's anti-fad, and, most importantly, The Fitness Kitchen is a promoter of good health and wholesome food. Fitness and food enthusiasts who want healthy, timesaving, and flavor-boosting cooking advice will find just that in these pages. Health-conscious cooks' cravings will be filled by the detailed nutritional analyses included with each recipe. Don't skip dessert or miss out on your favorite foods. With The Fitness Kitchen you'll be on your way to a lifestyle that puts flavor into your kitchen and guides you on the road to living with balance and moderation.

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Editorial Reviews

The Jackson Sun
Those drowning in a sea of low-carb products and their advertisements can find some sanity in the October cookbook 'The Fitness Kitchen,' by Shelly Sinton, M.S. The book brings flavor instead of fad into the kitchen.
The Port Arthur News
Get the 'attitude' right that cooking is fun and beneficial to your family.
Wichita Eagle
The Fitness Kitchen by Shelly Sinton is organized around Sinton's 10 principles of a "fit kitchen," including the right kitchen gear, right cooking methods and even the right way to eat.
Oxygen
A well laid-out, informative health resource, this book makes cooking a joy and eating a thrill.
Wisconsin Bookwatch
The Fitness Kitchen will prove a welcome and popular addition to any personal kitchen cookbook collection.
Juneau Empire, (Ak) - Kathy Ward
Sinton makes it easy to start out the new year with best intentions.
Tri-City Herald - Loretto J. Hulse
"Author Shelly Sinton has delivered what the Atkins, the South Beach and countless other diet books only promised — a truly livable way to eat what you like and keep control of your weight, too."
Library Journal
Moderation is key in this beginner's guide to healthy cooking by recipe tester/reviewer Sinton. Ten "Fitness Kitchen Principles" make up the chapters, covering everything from cooking methods and tools to exercise while cooking and maintaining a winning attitude toward food. Sinton's mantra is similar to Kathleen Daelemans's in Getting Thin and Loving Food: she feels that deprivation will lead only to bingeing and self-recrimination. With recipes for all times of day, including condiments and drinks, Sinton has collected easily modifiable dishes for everyone, including both vegetarians and carnivores. Many recipes (e.g., Chai Spiced Brown Rice Pudding) are easy to make or sound like they would be worth a little extra time and effort. Sources and inspirations, as well as nutritional information for each recipe, are provided. Recommended for public libraries. (Index not seen.) Deborah Shippy, Moline P.L., IL Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781589791435
Publisher:
Taylor Trade Publishing
Publication date:
11/28/2004
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
6.88(w) x 8.92(h) x 0.73(d)

Meet the Author

Sinton is from San Luis Obispo, California. She's certified in catering, gourmet cooking, and cake decorating, is currently a Senior Recipe Tester and Reviewer for Leite's Culinaria (www.leitesculinaria.com), and the author of a weekly newsletter, Real Food with Real Taste, which is distributed through her website (www.shellysfitnesskitchen.com), the co-author of Writersville Charity Cookbook, and a contributor of monthly menus and health-related articles for Dolfzine On-Line Fitness (www.dolfzine.com). Shelly has a BS in Business Administration and an MS in Kinesiology specializing in Exercise Science and Health Promotion. She is a certified post-rehabilitation therapist, state certified massage therapist, certified in group fitness, Pilates matwork, CORE Training, and Systematic TOUCH Training.

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