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A Revolutionary Dietary Paradigm: New Cookbook Features A SOS-free (Salt, Oil, Sugar ) Diet That Delivers the Optimal Food Plan for Renewing Health
Date:6/20/2012

Summertown, TN (PRWEB) June 20, 2012

Book Publishing Company is delighted to release a dynamic new cookbook that offers a revolutionary and holistic approach to healthful eating. Most of us would balk at the idea of a SOS-free diet—one completely void of salt, oil, and sugar. And trying to prepare meals without these basic ingredients would be daunting. With BRAVO! Health-Promoting Meals from the TrueNorth Kitchen, executive chef Ramses Bravo has successfully mastered the art and science of healthful cuisine and delivers palate-pleasing food that also serves as the optimal diet for health.

Ramses had years of experience as a chef at hotels, spas and restaurants. After taking the job at TrueNorth Health Center in 2007, he participated in one of their programs and discovered a new quality of life. Redirecting his love for eating and cooking in a more healthful direction, Ramses took on the challenge of creating and developing a new cuisine that adhered to SOS (salt, oil, sugar-free) guidelines, used whole, unprocessed plant-based ingredients, and still tasted delicious.

Ramses skill at combining simple flavors and textures that complement each other to perfection is evident in this collection of recipes. These dishes will not only help to regulate appetite and maintain weight but also protect against a host of diseases due to the absence of harmful saturated fats and cholesterol. The recipes, 14 days of menus along with helpful tips for using whole foods developed to serve clients from every walk of life, help make for an easy dietary transition. Anyone who wishes to renew their health, lose weight, have more energy or simply make a positive change in their life would do well to experience this style of eating.

Book Publishing Co. has been publishing books on plant-based cooking and nutrition and natural healing solutions since 1974. Among these titles is The Pleasure Trap co-authored by the founder of TrueNorth— Alan Goldhamer, and Doug Lisle, director of psychology at the Center. This ground-breaking best-seller offers unique insight into how savvy and smart humans become susceptible to dietary and lifestyle excesses.

There has been a crucial need for a new dietary paradigm to balance the human passion for high-calorie, carbohydrate-rich, salty, fatty foods. Our ancestors lived in times of scarcity; eating these types of food meant survival. Today this in-born strategy undermines health and shortens lives. According to Dr. Goldhamer “the issue is not whether it is possible to maintain health without eating animal products, fats, oils, sugars, and salt, but rather, whether it is possible to maintain health while eating them.”

At TrueNorth Health Center, and now through this cookbook, these recipes serve as the foundation of a dietary rebirth for anyone wanting to transform their health.

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