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HLKLJGK SparkPoints: (39,376)
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5/1/13 9:12 P

ONEROCKINMAMA Posts: 67
5/1/13 8:34 P

Thank you all soo much :D... Im a member of Allrecipes but dident even realize there was a healthy section...But I will look at everything suggested...Im so excited to be getting back on this journey ...just waiting on my Workout Dvd's and weights :D

DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
5/1/13 5:19 P

try some of the raw foods cookbooks. i am in no means suggesting that you go raw, but the recipes can be used as excellent side dishes and most can be done in a few minutes. It could be a nice option for a few summer meals too.

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GRAMCRACKER46 Posts: 1,326
5/1/13 5:10 P

My favorites are some "Taste of Home Healthy Cooking". They have recipes for real people. As far as non GMO etc yo simply use ingredient brands of your choice.

I bought my few books new but you can find them on Amazon or ebay.

Also on line Allrecipes.com has a healthy category.
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ELIZABETH5268 SparkPoints: (48,381)
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5/1/13 5:02 P

You might like this site. I found it on a message board today and it made me think of your request. The link I was looking at was regarding Stevia but upon looking at the site as a whole and what my goals for eating are I think I'm going to look more into it too!

www.100daysofrealfood.com/start-here/

LDHAWKE SparkPoints: (19,069)
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5/1/13 4:49 P

Try Marlene Koch's cookbooks. I love them plus they show WW points values.

ELIZABETH5268 SparkPoints: (48,381)
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5/1/13 4:42 P

The SparkPeople cookbook is really good! You can also look at Sparkrecipes.com for some free ones.

ONEROCKINMAMA Posts: 67
5/1/13 4:36 P

Hi everyone...Im looking for good Cookbooks for healthy eating. I need ingredients that are either ((preferred)) Organic, Non GMO or readily available at the market... I have a weight watchers cookbook but many of the ingredients arent easy to locate.. Thanks!

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