Author Prasenjeet Kumar (of the celebrated website cookinginajiffy.com and the writer of the “How to Cook Everything in a Jiffy” series of cookbooks) has arranged with Amazon to let his third Kindle e-book “Healthy Cooking In A Jiffy: The Complete No Fad, No Diet Handbook” go ABSOLUTELY FREE for five days from 27 March 2014 to 31 March 2014. Here’s the link: http://www.amazon.com/
This Complete No Fad No Diet No Nonsense Handbook for Healthy Cooking And That Too In A Jiffy believes that no one should be on a perpetual diet to stay healthy. Instead the author strongly recommends that you do not follow any of the rather peculiar diet regimes such as a low carb high protein diet, low fat diet, Vegan diet (unless you truly believe in the vegan philosophy) or any kind of crash diets. From his own experience, he says that that they will all do you more harm than good.
Plus they will take away all the pleasure of eating and stimulating your taste buds that God has endowed you with. Can you imagine a life eating only meat, eggs, fish and chicken and not fruits and vegetables (high protein diet)? Similarly, can you truly enjoy surviving only on bland boiled or steamed vegetables and meat dishes without the goodness of cheese, chocolates or even a little butter (low fat diet)? The book discusses all these, and many more such debates and highlights with candour some of the negative effects of following any such fad diets.
Prasenjeet believes that, unless you have a medical condition, that includes food allergies that you have to be aware of, your body needs everything: carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins, minerals, fat..... This means that you should include fruits and vegetables, nuts, milk and dairy products, eggs, meat, fish and poultry, in short everything, in a balanced manner or if you have a medical condition, in the proportion advised by your Doctor.
In that background, the book presents a veritable cornucopia of easy recipes to give you an idea of what you can cook to achieve your target of having regularly a balanced diet. You will find ideas on how to cook your vegetables in a simple and tasty manner, how to handle pasta recipes, chicken recipes, fish recipes, mutton recipes, milk shakes (even if you hate drinking plain milk), breakfast recipes, lunch and dinner recipes and some Asian recipes when you feel the need to have something different and exciting.
So if you are sick of dieting, counting calories, or gorging on supplements, do consider investing in this book of simply sensible cooking, and that too at absolutely NO cost to you.
The author doesn’t think Amazon would let him offer this invaluable GIFT again, any time soon.
So please do mark your calendar to remember to take advantage of this offer.
Offer expires on 31 March 2014.