On the heels of the phenomenal success of The Primal Blueprint Cookbook
, and in response to the growing demand for healthy meals that can be made with minimal time and effort, Quick & Easy Meals
delivers over 100 mouth-watering recipes with easy-to-follow instructions that will get you in and out of the kitchen in 30-minutes or less. Now the dream of eating satisfying meals--even with little time to spare--controlling weight and feeling great has become a reality. Make your transition to Primal eating easy and fun with this innovative cookbook from Primal Blueprint author Mark Sisson, and acclaimed chef/food writer/photographer Jennifer Meier. With 300 brilliant, glossy, full-color photographs and dozens of Quick & Easy Tips throughout the book you'll see how delicious and simple to prepare Primal dishes can be. Save time with intuitive recipe steps, easy navigation, and great visual support. You'll find recipes for every traditional meal time -- Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Appetizers and Snacks -- and recipes for Sauces, Toppings and Rubs, which effortlessly turn bland salads, meats and hors d'ouevres into unique culinary creations. And with the ""Time in the Kitchen"" listed for each recipe you'll know exactly what to expect, be it 30 minutes or five. As detailed in The Primal Blueprint, losing excess body fat is all about insulin. Regulate insulin production by eliminating grains and sugars and you will lose weight, even if you don't exercise much or are cursed with the ""fat gene"". Quick & Easy Meals makes this easier than ever, showing you how to transition from the great American grain-based diet to a Primal Blueprint diet featuring meat, seafood, fowl, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and seeds. Each recipe has a naturally low glycemic impact and comes with a complete macronutrient profile, so you know exactly what you're putting in your body – no guesswork required. As you build momentum for Primal eating, you'll find that you won't even miss the boring, low-fat, high-carb foods that previously were the central focus of your diet. And no matter your experience in the kitchen you'll learn how to prepare delectable dishes like Bacon Souffle Frittata, Dill and Caper Salmon Burgers and Chorizo and Almond-Crusted Halibut. This isn't a crash course diet, and this won't be a cookbook that collects dust on your bookshelf. These and other Primal recipes provide the foundation for a lifetime of healthy eating that you'll eagerly come back to again and again.
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Health and fitness expert Mark Sisson is the bestselling author of The Primal Blueprint and one of the leading voices of the burgeoning Evolutionary Health Movement. His blog, MarksDailyApple.com, has paved the way for Primal enthusiasts to challenge conventional wisdom's diet and exercise principles and take personal responsibility for their health and well-being. With over 300,000 unique daily visitors, the blog is one of the top-ranked health resource websites on the Internet.
Besides the Primal Blueprint, Mark has authored The Primal Blueprint 21-day Total Body Transformation, The Primal Connection (which won the Eric Hoffer Award in 2013 for best self-published book, and the Ben Franklin Award silver medal in the mind/body/spirit category); and numerous other books on cooking, athletic training, and health.
Mark has a long history in the world of endurance athletics, with a 2:18 marathon and a 4th place in the Hawaii Ironman World Triathlon Championships to his credit. After his endurance career, he became a leading coach of professional and amateur triathletes, an author of the bestselling Training for Duathlons, the Executive Director of the USA Triathlon Federation for two years, and the chief anti-doping expert for the International Triathlon Union for over a decade.
Jennifer Meier is a graduate of the prestigious California Culinary Academy in San Francisco. Her culinary career spans a decade and includes stints in restaurants, gourmet shops, and wine stores in New York, Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles. She also holds a degree in Communications from the University of Washington in Seattle. Eventually, the writing and cooking merged into a food-writing career.