Thrive Energy Cookbook

Brendan Brazier, author of the international bestseller The Thrive Diet, changed the way millions of people eat.

Thrive Energy Cookbook

Author: Brendan Brazier

Publisher: Penguin Canada

ISBN: 0143191780

Page: 320

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Brendan Brazier, author of the international bestseller The Thrive Diet, changed the way millions of people eat. Packed with 150 plant-based, nutrient-dense, whole food recipes developed within the Thrive nutritional philosophy, the Thrive Energy Cookbook brings us the concepts that started the functional plant-based nutrition revolution. Easy-to-make and health-enhancing, these recipes merge purpose-driven functionality with mouth-watering appeal. From the alkaline-forming, plantprotein- packed Vanilla-Almond-Mocha Motivator Smoothie, Roasted Red Pepper and Sweet Potato Soup, Thai Green Curry Bowl to desserts like the Raspberry Chocolate Pomegranate Tart, the Thrive Energy Cookbook will have you quickly preparing the most nutrient-packed and delicious meals, salads, snacks, and smoothies possible. And as with The Thrive Diet, all recipes are free of common allergens such as wheat, gluten, yeast, and dairy. Gorgeous colour photography rounds out this beautiful cookbook.

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