The one thing about the Paleo Recipe Book is that every recipe in the book is 100% Paleo-approved, which isn’t something that you will find in a lot of other recipe books.
(PRWEB) August 08, 2012
The Paleo Recipe Book is a 395 page book that has over 370 different recipes that stick to the Paleo Diet. It is full of photographs too, so the reader can visualize the end product. The recipes are divided into 18 different categories, so users can choose foods for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or foods that are made with preferred ingredients.
"The one thing about the Paleo Recipe Book is that every recipe in the book is 100% Paleo-approved, which isn’t something that you will find in a lot of other recipe books" says Angi Taylor of HeresToLife.net, adding "You will also get cooking guides, charts, and reference sheets that will answer all of your questions as to how you should cook certain foods and how you can always ensure that you are getting the proper nutrition from your restricted diet".
Continues Angi, "When you order this online, you will get to immediately download a copy of the book in electronic form, so you can start cooking right away. Whether you are new to eating on the Paleo Diet, or you are just looking for more options to try, as many Paleo dieters are, then this is the ideal resource for you and one that you will turn to on a regular basis".
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