The Easy Heart Healthy Cookbook for Slow Cookers: 130 Prep-and-Go Low-Sodium Recipes | Paperback
by Nicole R. Morrissey MS RD BC-ADM (Author)
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May 29, 2018
Product Description The Easy Heart Healthy Cookbook for Slow Cookers offers the fastest prep-and-go recipes for low-sodium meals.To maintain a low-sodium diet, you need a heart healthy cookbook with recipes that are simple, quick, and convenient to fit into your everyday routine. The Easy Heart Healthy Cookbook for Slow Cookers makes low-sodium meals easier than ever with prep-and-go recipes for your slow cooker. Prep meals in 15 minutes or less―with no additional steps―and discover how simple it is to fit low-sodium meals into your schedule.Prep, set, and forget about extra steps with this heart healthy cookbook. The Easy Heart Healthy Cookbook for Slow Cookers provides a simple solution to low-sodium meals with:130 Easy Slow Cooker Recipes that prep in 15 minutes or less and require no pre-cooking or further stepsAn Overview of Heart Health that teaches you how to maintain a healthy lifestyle through diet and exerciseA Slow Cooker Guide that lists pantry essentials, Dos and Don’ts, plus tips on how to best use your slow cooker for this heart healthy cookbookWhen time is the only ingredient you’re missing, prep low-sodium meals fast with The Easy Heart Healthy Cookbook for Slow Cookers.
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