Cooking the RealAge Way: Turn Back Your Biological Clock with More Than 80 Delicious and Easy Recipes
Michael F. Roizen, John La Puma
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The #1 New York Times bestselling author of RealAge® and coauthor of You: The Owner's Manual shows you how to cook your way to a younger you.
In his RealAge® books, Dr. Michael F. Roizen proved that incorporating simple changes to your lifestyle can take years off your biological age and leave you looking and feeling younger. In Cooking the RealAge® Way, he and nutritionist and professional chef Dr. John La Puma show you how you can create RealAge-smart and energy-rich meals that are as delicious as they are healthy.
Cooking the RealAge® Way includes more than 80 savory recipes, from asparagus frittata with smoked salmon to a chocolate strawberry sundae, as well as tricks and techniques to help you maintain your RealAge lifestyle, from stocking your pantry to tips on eating out and preparing time-friendly meals. It's the ultimate guide to eating and feeling younger—without sacrificing great taste.
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don’t cook with it, either. The quality of wine used in cooking really does make a difference. Worcestershire sauce Worcestershire sauce is one of the best-kept secrets of good home cooks—just a few drops will perk up meats, gravies, soups, and vegetable juices, or serve as a table condiment. Its ingredients include soy, vinegar, and garlic. Stocking your pantry with these items makes it more likely you’ll choose healthy foods that will make your RealAge younger. You’ll enjoy these dishes
store for some forgotten item during the week that are the worst waste of time. Create a master grocery list tailored to your family’s smart-eating habits and take it with you on a once-a-week stock-up trip. Any perishable items you might hesitate to buy days in advance can almost certainly be frozen and served later (organizing and planning your meals is worth up to 6 Kitchen IQ points). • Strive for simplicity, spend for quality. The heart of quick and delicious RealAge-smart meals is
pan with the rum. nutritional analysis Total fat (g) 5.0 Sodium (mg) 32 Vitamin A (RE) 40 Fat calories (kc) 45 Calcium (mg) 56 Beta-carotene (RE) 39 Cholesterol (mg) 15 Magnesium (mg) 33 Vitamin C (mg) 18 Saturated fat (g) 2.5 Zinc (mg) 0.5 Vitamin E (mg) 0.3 Polyunsaturated fat (g) 0.7 Selenium (mcg) 0 Thiamin B1 (mg) 0.1 Monounsaturated fat (g) 1.2 Potassium (mg) 397 Riboflavin B2 (mg) 0.2 Fiber (g) 1.9 Flavonoids (mg) 0.4 Niacin B3 (mg) 0.7 Carbohydrates
Protein (g) 8.0 Nuts (oz) 0 Vitamin B12 (mcg) 0.3 FOR DINNER Double Sesame Salmon with Mango-Avocado Salsa Preparation time: 15 minutes 4 servings Cooking time: 6 minutes 319 calories per serving, 38% from fat RealAge effect if eaten 12 times a year: RealAge-effect ingredients: With much more omega-3 fatty acid than omega-6, this is the tastiest way we know to get your essential fatty acids and make your RealAge 4.2 days younger. Salmon, sesame seeds, mango, avocado