The Fast 800 Recipe Book: Low-carb, Mediterranean style recipes for intermittent fasting and long-term health

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Anonymous says:

Patchy The first two sections (Breakfast & Brunch, Shakes & Soups) are inexplicably heavy on higher sugar fruits (tropical/ citrus) and light on lower sugar fruits (berries/ -currants/ rhubarb). Not clear how sweetening with maple syrup, dates or orange juice is healthier than table sugar either.Yet in the Q&A (p.14) Dr Clare Bailey notes that “Unfortunately fruit is a natural sugar storage device, with tropical fruits …. rating particularly highly … Try and stick instead to berries…

Anonymous says:

Best Fast/Blood Sugar/Clever Guts Diet Recipe Book EVER! I’ve bought all of the above & so pre-ordered the Fast 800 Recipe Book via the Kindle app without hesitation.I’ve just spent the last 2 hours going through the new recipes & will usually highlight those which immediately appeal.Having done so I have actually highlighted approximately 90% of them!Can’t wait to go food shopping tomorrow in order to start cooking!!Can’t recommend highly enough the fantastic approach to diet & health by Dr Claire Bailey, Justine Pattison &…

Anonymous says:

Excellent tasty recipes I absolutely love this book. I also have the smaller fast 800 diet book and using those principals i lost a stone in just over 3 weeks. This book is a fantastic accompaniment to The Fast 800 paperback book and i will be cooking all most every recipe, there isnt a bad one in it. first one tried is the quinoa, broccoli and asparagus salad and its gorgeous. It has lots of tips and advice and some meal planners in the back and the recipes are just fab!I have found that even though i am…

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