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Treat Your Health: Delicious Low Glycemic Desserts , Chocolates, and More!

Joanne Marsh

Pages: 160
ISBN: 978-145755-716-3
List Price: 16.99
Category: Cookbooks
Available: March 2018
Edition: Perfectbound

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Now sweets are no longer a guilty pleasure, but a healthy addition to your meals. Joanne has found a way to make this a reality. In her book “Treat Your Health”, she brings taste back to healthy low-glycemic desserts, treats and more. This book features more than 75 classic recipes, including: delectable chocolates and sweet buttery caramels; delightful donuts and sweet rolls to start your day; delicious cakes topped off with creamy vanilla ice cream; familiar tastes of home with classic cookies and bars; favorite pies that families love; healthy beverages brimming with flavor; sweet and savory tastes of salad dressings barbeque sauce and more!

Joanne Marsh has been active in a nutritional supplement business for 35 years. Her passion for studying nutrition has helped her to acquire knowledge on how nutrition affects the body. Along with guidance from a world-renowned physician/scientist, she has developed delicious, healthy, low-glycemic desserts, treats and more. After 3 years in the making, “Treat Your Health” is now available.

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