New Cookbook Helps People Eat Healthy Without
The Svelte Gourmet: A Month of Main Courses cookbook offers a flavorful, healthy meal choice for each day of the month
CHARLESTON, S.C. – January 20, 2010 – The Svelte Gourmet™, provider of services and products that help people create healthy and tasty meals, today announced the launch of its first cookbook, The Svelte Gourmet: A Month of Main Courses. The Svelte Gourmet will donate a portion of all cookbook sales through the end of February to the relief efforts in Haiti.
The cookbook is designed to help individuals and families create meals that are both diet-friendly and delicious. The Svelte Gourmet's mission is to teach people how to make nutritious food taste good; enjoy cooking while staying fit; and realize how easy it can be to make gourmet meals that even the kids will love.
Customer Melissa Bazarian posted on The Svelte Gourmet blog: “Every single recipe I’ve made from your cookbook has been bursting with flavor – so much so that I’ve not had to hit up my forbidden and ‘evil’ secret stash of miniature chocolate in the last week. Go [The] Svelte Gourmet!”
The Svelte Gourmet: A Month of Main Courses cookbook gives readers the recipes and inspiration for a lifestyle built on healthy eating. Readers can pick and choose recipes or follow the cookbook from start to finish as a program, enjoying a different, flavorful meal every day for a month.
“One main reason people neglect a proper diet is that it can be difficult to prepare healthy meals that actually taste good,” said Zach Conrad, certified personal trainer and owner of ZC Fitness in Charleston, S.C. “The recipes in The Svelte Gourmet cookbook are diet-friendly, yet delicious. Author Jennifer Fox has discovered some great ways to integrate nutritious meals that really taste great.”
The Svelte Gourmet: A Month of Main Courses is available at www.thesveltegourmet.com and Amazon.com.
About The Svelte Gourmet
A reformed yo-yo dieter, Jennifer Smith Fox finally found the key to weight loss. Channeling her passion for cooking and experimenting with different foods and spices, she has created recipes that are interesting, tasty and healthy at the same time. The Svelte Gourmet has gained popularity through “kitchen personal training” and the blog at www.thesveltegourmet.com, where Fox chronicles her experiences – good and bad – in the kitchen. To learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 843-889-6537.