Isabel De Los Rios’ Beyond Diet Recipe Book
Isabel De Los Rios is the author of Beyond Diet, an extensive guide consisting of several e-books that cover proper nutritional nourishment. Her books are targeted for overweight individuals who want to lose excess body weight and fat. However, the books are also geared towards anyone who wants to maintain a healthy way of living. One of the best additions to Beyond Diet is the book of recipes. It provides a variety of recipes that are meant to suppress one’s appetite as well as help lose weight.
One would expect that a recipe book from a program titled Beyond Diet would contain a whole lot of bland recipes that we are so used to associating with diets, but surprisingly enough, most of the recipes featured in the book are actually very appetizing. The recipe book covers seven total food topics as follows: beverages, dressings/marinades, vegetable dishes, poultry, meats (beef, pork, etc.), fish, and beans.
Some of the most popular recipes in the book include the salmon ceviche, marinated pork chops, Indian-spiced beef burgers, turkey chili, baked sweet potatoes, and roasted garlic-stuffed rib eyes. Altogether, the book includes more than fifty tantalizing recipes. The best part about it is that the fat content of the meals is very low, so you can have as many servings as you want without leaving the dining room feeling guilty.
Isabel consistently reiterates that the ingredients used for the recipes should be organic. She says that “free-range, hormone and antibiotic-free, fresh, and wild meats, poultry, eggs, and fish” are the best ingredients one can use when preparing the recipes. When it comes to salt, Isabel highly recommends the use of sea salt opposed to the commercial salt brands. Isabel’s suggestion of sticking to organic ingredients whenever possible is what makes the recipes original and effectively healthy. Anyone can cook the many recipes provided in the book, but if they’re using unnatural ingredients, they might as well be eating at fast-food restaurants for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Scientific studies have proven that the constant consumption of non-organic foods is a major reason for obesity in America because of the synthetic chemicals used to produce foods that are not grown organically. When it comes to taste, there is literally no difference at all between using organic ingredients or non-organic ingredients. For these reasons, it is highly recommended that one adheres to Isabel’s advice of using organic ingredients and organic ingredients only when preparing the recipes.
Overall, Isabel De Los Rios’ recipe book part of her Beyond Diet Program is the backbone of the program itself. Without the recipes, the program would be ineffective. It is apparent that Isabel spent a lot of time researching foods and recipes that not only taste good, but that also have little to no fat content. The stress put on using organically grown ingredients further accentuates the book and the program in general. Those looking to lose weight but who don’t want to give up on eating mouthwatering foods will be more than pleased with Beyond Diet’s recipe book.