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Hot Off The Press: Zero Diet 2

September 1, 2015 - By Karine Larose, M.Sc.

Temps de lecture 3 minutes

A great number of you fell head over heels for the recipes in the first Zero Diet book of recipes—well, I’m delighted to tell you that Zero Diet 2 has hit the bookshelves. 100 new recipes that are as healthy as they are divinely delicious, all illustrated with magnificent photos that will make your mouth water and supplemented with nuggets of information that will spark your curiosity. This is what the newly created Zero Diet 2 book has to offer to help you adopt a healthy lifestyle.


Zero Diet 2 uses the same criteria that guided the writing of the first book, like simplicity of preparation, nutritional quality, taste, calorie content, use of the portion tracking method, etc. So once again, you will be able to combine the pleasure of eating well with extraordinary benefits for your health!


The contribution of a talented culinary blogger

In this second volume, you will discover new recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners, snacks, and healthy desserts! All the recipes were again analysed and approved by Nautilus Plus nutritionists, but this time round, they were created by Sophie Blais. Passionate about cooking from a very early age, Sophie’s mission is to develop recipes that are both healthy and delicious! Those of you who navigate the I’m Taking Charge blog are already familiar with her numerous creations! Sophie also played a considerable part in developing the Nautilus Plus range of Zero Diet meals and snacks. You’ll also be able to admire the photos she so carefully took of each of the recipes—yes, a photo for each recipe! Choosing a recipe has never been as easy!


Recipes for reaching and maintaining a healthy weight


Do you need to lose weight? Or do you simply want to stick to your current weight? No matter what your goal is, in the first part of the book I explain how you can succeed in achieving a healthy weight using Zero Diet 2 recipes and snacks. You’ll learn about the portion-tracking method, used by nutritionists, which has enabled thousands of people to lose weight and maintain a healthy weight. Do your math, identify your profile—easy as pie!


Highly interesting additional information

We were careful to retain all the elements you liked in the first book, while enhancing the second with, among others:


  • information bubbles on several ingredients contained in the recipes. You’ll learn more about the properties of certain foods and discover how to prepare them in new ways. You’ll also gain knowledge that will help you make better food choices at the grocery store and explore new avenues for concocting dishes.


  • my favourites. As a member of the tasting panel that judged the recipes, I thought I’d let you know which recipes I enjoyed the most!


  • the amount of fibre in each recipe. This knowledge will be greatly appreciated by those persons with diabetes while making everyone more conscious of their daily fibre intake.


  • the best choices when shopping for food. Selecting healthy foods is not always easy when faced with the huge variety adorning supermarket shelves. What indicators can you rely on for evaluating product quality? To make your life easier, we have drawn up a list of the best choices for bread, cereal bars, cheeses, and so on. This will help you make enlightened food choices when doing your groceries.


There are lots more extras awaiting you in Zero Diet 2. Available at all Nautilus Plus locations, in bookstores, and elsewhere, pick up a copy without delay to help you embrace an active, healthy lifestyle.

Hot Off The Press: Zero Diet 2 is a post from Nautilus Plus. The Nautilus Plus blog aims to help people in their journey to fitness through articles on training, nutrition, motivation, exercise and healthy recipes.
Copyright © Nautilus Plus 2015

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