If you haven't read our book before, you should know the book is divided into two parts. 1st comes the science. About that part, one reader says:
"I thought this book was a very interesting read. The first part of the book focuses on the science of diseases that can be affected by diet and breaks down food and how it affects your body. I feel like the author did a really good job of putting in details but still making the book understandable for a regular person."
The 2nd part is the cookbook full of wonderful recipes. Says another reader:
"The Healthy Indian Diet has now become a staple in our home-cooking reference library and repertoire. We love South Asian food and are vegetarian. Raj's informed approach to nutrition and food is an excellent guide to developing quick, nutritious and balanced meals with exciting South Asian flavors. The lima bean curry has become a favorite of ours - quick, tasty and super easy to prepare! ..."
We've had many satisfied readers, such as this one who says:
"Reading the book has helped us make healthier choices while still enjoying the richness of Indian food. The book carries recipes, but it's not a traditional cook book. Any one book that covers Indian food as diverse as dosas, Bengali fish curry, and Gujarati daar, would have to be five times larger to be comprehensive. Instead, the book seems to aim towards providing a sampling of recipes that along with the explanations in the first half, give readers the tools necessary to make adjustments to all of their dishes. The book has been helping my wife and me make appropriate adjustments to our mother's recipes so we still enjoy the foods that we grew up with but in a more healthy way."
We hope you are encouraged to pick up our book. Even if not, we hope you are encouraged to have a better 2015!
To get a free sample of "The Healthy Indian Diet," go to the Amazon webpage and click "Look Inside". You can buy this book in paperback or for the Kindle off Amazon, and it's available for other formats too.