Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Metabolic Cooking Review

Metabolic Cooking

Metabolic Cooking Review

So for the past few days I've been comparing the two healthy cookbooks Metabolic Cooking and Flavilicious Cooking without actually writing an actual Metabolic Cooking review on each cookbook. How can I actually forget to do that? It just dawned on me that I should really write a detailed Metabolic Cooking review with my personal recommendation.

If you’ve read my previous blog posts, then you should have a rough idea of what this cookbook is about. However, I will just give a brief introduction for the sake of first-time readers in my blog so that you’ll know what I’m actually talking about.

What Is Metabolic Cooking

It is a collection of healthy cookbooks written by Karine Losier and her husband, Dave Ruel. You will be getting more than 15 ebooks and guides actually, however the main ones are only 9. The 9 main ebooks are;
  • Breakfast
  • Sides
  • Snacks
  • Smoothies
  • Chicken & Poultry
  • Pork
  • Fish & Seafood
  • Red Meat
  • Vegetarian
You will be getting over 250 recipes that will help to increase your metabolism and speed up your body's ability to burn fat. Karine Losier and her husband claims that the recipes are designed with ingredients that will rev up your metabolism.

Besides being healthy and nutritious, their Metabolic Cooking recipes are also tasty and simple to prepare. Therefore, you do not have to cook separate meals for your family as you can actually prepare them foods using the same recipes. Don't believe that healthy fat-burning foods can be tasty and simple to prepare? Watch this video below;

Are you convinced now that their recipes are really easy to prepare? So anyway, if you're wondering if I've used it or not. The answer is YES!

  My Metabolic Cooking Review Final Experience

As I've mentioned before in my earlier blog posts, I was given a free copy of Metabolic Cooking by my cousin. I was really impressed with it right after I began to read their ebook. If you didn't know, it is actually a digital book, so you can save it on your computer or even mobile phone. I saved them right into my ipad so that I can refer to them anytime when I need them.

I really like alot of their recipes. The prominet ones are the Fat Torching Spanish Rice (yes, I'm an Asian and Asians love Rice!), Choco-Peanut Butter Oat Muffins and Metabolic Salmon Cakes.

I don't really use the recipes for all of my meals, but it's safe to say that I use their recipes 80% of the time when I do meal-prep. This cookbook have definitely made it easier for me to meal-prep.

I really recommend you to get it if you need a cookbook that is creative and healthy. Do not forget to read my blog often as I'll also be writing a detailed review about Flavilicious cooking, which is an alternative for Metabolic Cooking Review.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Another Metabolic Cooking Review

Wow! I've posted a bonus recipe which I received from the Metabolic Cooking creators in my previous post. And guess what? They just emailed a new recipe again!

Check it out!

Metabolic Cooking Reviews

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Metabolic Cooking vs Flavilicious Cooking Part 2

This article is a continuation of yesterday's comparison between Metabolic Cooking and Flavilicious Cooking. Today I'll be talking about the differences of both healthy cookbook.

Metabolic Cooking vs Flavilicious Cooking Differences

  • Price; Metabolic Cooking is sold for $20 whereas Flavilicious Cooking goes for $17.
  • Number of Recipes; With Metabolic Cooking, you get over 250 recipes, but you get only 150 recipes with Flavilicious Cooking
  • Customer Support; Metabolic Cooking was very fast to reply to my email and questions, Flavilicious is slow for customer support
  • Variety of Recipes; You get 9 different variety of recipes in the Metabolic Cooking cookbook, Flavilicious Cooking contains 5 different varieties
  • Ease Of Use; Not much difference in this, both cookbook have recipes that are simple and easy-to-follow, and some which takes more time to prepare
  • Ingredients; Same for both, you can get most of their ingredients easily in your local market or supermarket.
  • Tasty; I would say metabolic cooking have more tastier recipes then Flavilicious cooking.
  • Uniqueness; I would go with Flavilicious cooking for uniqueness. They have quite a lot of recipes that are unheard of!
  • Family-Friendly; Both cookbooks are family friendly. Most of their recipes will go well for kids and family.
  • Vegan choices; Metabolic Cooking wins for this. You get over 50 delicious Metabolic Cooking vegetarian recipes.

Which is the best cookbook?

I will definitely choose Metabolic Cooking if I can only choose one. For a difference of only $3, you can get more recipes, more choices and better customer support. Don't get me wrong,  Flavilicious cooking is good too. However, for a slight difference in price of only $3, you will be getting more varieties and recipes with the Metabolic Cooking. What not to like?

You get 250 recipes, you get 9 different kind of categories of cookbook. So you can't go wrong with Metabolic Cooking if you need a cookbook with healthy and tasty recipes.

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Metabolic Cooking vs Flavilicious Cooking

Metabolic Cooking vs Flavilicious Cooking

Recently there have been many new recipe books that are being promoted. Two popular ones are the Metabolic Cooking and Flavilicious Cooking. Healthy cookbooks are now increasing in popularity for their tasty recipes that are healthy and promise to help you burn fat and stay in shape.

I've personally been given free copies of the Metabolic Cooking cookbook and Flavilicious Cooking cookbook. So what do I think of them? In this article today, I'll start by giving you all a short introduction of both books.

What is Metabolic Cooking

Metabolic Cooking is a fat loss recipe cookbook by Dave Ruel and Karine Losier. They are a real-life couple who is also well-know as the "Lean Kitchen Queen and the Muscle Cook". They claim that their recipe book will aid females and men with revving up their metabolism, losing body fat and building lean muscle by sticking to a nutritious diet while eating and cooking delicious meals.

Primarily, if you get the Metabolic Cooking, you will be given an entire manual to preparing meals that are metabolic according to the Metabolic Cooking authors. It is a set of 9 cookbooks, each broken up into a particular region of Metabolic recipes, and is composed of these sections:
  • Breakfast
  • Pork
  • Chicken & Poultry
  • Fish & Seafood
  • Sides
  • Red Meat
  • Smoothies
  • Vegetarian
  • Snacks
Besides that you will also be given many other guides on how to prepare fat-burning food. You also get a grocery list, fat optimizer, seasonings guide and more.

What Is Flavilicious Cooking

Investing tens of thousands of dollars into lessons from a professional chef named Flavia Del Monte resulted in Flavilicious Cooking. With a lot of money and time invested in it, Flavia promises tricks, secrets, and recipes you should know in order to be successful with weight reduction and healthful eating. 

Just like Metabolic Cooking, Flavia Del Monte also teamed up with her husband to write the Flavilicious cooking cookbook. This is a resource for healthful living. It will get you access to over 150 recipes that encourage healthy eating and fat burning recipes. You will also get insight into what healthful eating actually is, the best way to make healthful food quicker than you ever thought possible, and the best way to cook healthful foods. 

You will get a total of 10 different e-book with different recipe categories. Such as soups, desserts, main, snacks and more.

So how do I personally think about both cookbook? Well, they are both good and useful. So I hear you asking, which is the best? Well to know which is the best, make sure you check back regularly on my blog to get an update on this comparison :) I promise to write a detailed comparison when I have the time. It should be in a few days time or over the weekend :)

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Just A Random Post

What if for simply once we all determined to go about our day sharing, and simply seeking, favorable messages? If we treated this life as a gift, although not as our period, and surrendered the snark and sarcasm. I wonder if it could become infectious, if we spent only one day in this way.

When we were going through a rough spot some time back, my husband was given a book called 'Going to Pieces Without Falling Apart' written by Mark Epstein. I believe it had been given to him, or advocated, in his course towards attempting to locate some inner peace, by a buddy. I have yet to make it to the finish of the novel with this second effort; my head might be too set in its Western methods for thinking. Epstein's emphasis on only opening ourselves to the concept of approval, and letting go of looking for responses, is something I do not agree with, or perhaps I simply do not comprehend it completely, yet.

His words have settled into my subconsciousness and they can be clearly changing the manner I see others in my own entire life while I am not yet effective at using them to myself. I met with Careen for several days in Paris. We hadn't communicated in ten days, and had not seen each other in two months. The shortage of communication was just because he does not see any immediate need to do so, and does not have a cell phone at that time. I find it frustrating and capturing that he is able to disconnect from life so readily. In a way, there is an old time love story to it. My issue is that I take the tension heavy within my heart that it all really could fall apart within an instant. Excited to listen to my mother tongue, and bewildered, I turned to see him standing next to me. Since I had the only essential he'd been waiting to enter the building. My heart fluttered, a my face was washed over by a smile, and every anxiety that something occurred to him was gone. His eyes lit up, and he explained "you figured me out, my beloved."

Thus, perhaps, only possibly, accepting what we cannot comprehend is the best technique for understanding it?

Sorry for posting something irrelevant in this blog. I just had to voice it out...

Monday, April 27, 2015

Why Food Is Important For Weight Loss

Why Food Is Important For Weight Loss

Great nutrition is essential to direction and successful weight reduction, as well as for good health. Several advantages of good nutrition are: decrease of blood pressure, development in cholesterol, and increase in total energy. A few of the most popular diets propose removing specific food groups although some propose taking mega-doses of vitamins. Truth be told, this "yo yo" cycle frequently leaves you discouraged and no closer to your weight reduction target. Management software and a great weight reduction includes physical action, behavioral changes, and sensible nutrition practices. In order to avoid the "yoyo" cycles and ensure adequate nutrition, a balanced diet, and incorporation of appropriate nourishment is essential in building a life long commitment to embracing a healthier lifestyle.

You'll find there are only three principles of appropriate nourishment, including balance, variety, and temperance. Including various foods for your daily diet is vital to ensure eating in the five major food groups. Remember, no one food provides all the nutrients the body requires. A balanced diet provides calories and the nutrients if eaten in proper quantities, the body needs. A lot of people believe they must deprive themselves of their preferred foods, but selecting specific foods in moderation is essential to successful long term weight loss.

Here are a few proposed guidelines to begin a fat loss program:

  • Establish. A decrease in body weight of about 10% in the initial six months and keeping it away for one year is not unreasonable.
  • By keeping a food diary to get an amount of a couple of weeks to get familiar with your eating habits track your eating habits: what mood are you in when you eat, and how much you're eating, where, why, with whom. 
  • In the event you are eating even more or a 2000 kcal/day diet, reduce your caloric intake by 500 - 1000 kcal/day to market a safe weight loss of 1- 2 pounds. Don't starve yourself. Prevent fast weight reduction and its own dangerous unwanted effects including light headiness.
  • Make use of the Food Guide Pyramid to organize your meals so you choose foods.
  • Pay particular focus on the fat, sodium, and carb content when shopping, particularly if you've got diabetes risk factors cardiovascular and/or.
  • Pick protein sources from lean resources of meats and plants. An excellent guideline in choosing meats with less fat would be to locate the words "round" or "loin" when buying steak, as well as the words "loin" or "leg" when buying pork or lamb. When buying poultry, white meat has less fat, remember.
  • Pick a diet rich in soluble fiber including legumes, oat bran, barley, and many fruits and vegetables. 20 to 35 grams of fiber are recommended.
  • Embrace wholesome meal preparation methods to lessen fat, sodium, and sugar.
  • When Dining Out strategy in advance.
  • Limit your consumption of booze. Empty calories are provided by it.

Great nourishment requires practice and there are definitely long-term effects when you boost your nutrition.

You deserve to do something great for yourself begin by boosting your eating habits. Resolutions to get a a more healthy you may be produced at any given moment, and the earlier the better.