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Low Fat Cookbook Review – Symply Too Good to Be True

Updated on March 12, 2011

Are you looking for a low fat cookbook that is packed with tasty and healthful recipes? Consider adding the American version of Symply Too Good to Be True: Over 150 Ways to Tasty, Low-fat Healthy Recipes by Annette Sym to your cookbook collection.

Sym, who has long been recognized as a low fat cooking guru in her native Australia, brings her wonderful recipes to the U.S. with this fabulous collection of recipes. Prior to introducing her book to the U.S. market, Sym is already recognized as the top low fat cookbook in Australia, with more than 2.5 million books sold.

No stranger to the benefits of low fat eating, Sym began her love affair with low fat cooking at the age of 37, when she committed to losing weight after topping the scales at 220 pounds. During the nearly two years that she spend dieting – resulting in a weight loss of more than 70 pounds. Sym has sustained her weight loss for many years by following a healthy, low fat eating plan.

Sym shares more than 150 her favorite low fat recipes, as well as many of her most successful weight loss tips, in Symply Too Good to Be True. Whether you're trying to lose weight or you simply want to eat healthier and maintain your current weight, this cookbook can be a terrific resource for you.

About the Book

Packed with more than 150 delicious low fat recipes, you're sure to find many dishes that everyone in your family (dieting or not) is sure to love in Symply Too Good to Be True. All of the recipes are clearly explained, with simple instructions that anyone can follow. Each recipe is accompanied by a large photo, which provides additional preparation guidance and ideas for the best way to present and serve each dish.

A few of my favorite recipes from Symply Too Good to Be True are:

  • Baked Vegetables
  • Chicken with Pepper Sauce
  • Creamy Chicken and Vegetable Soup
  • Garlic Shrimp
  • Mexican Meatballs
  • Pizza Strudel
  • Stuffed Mushrooms
  • Vegelicious

In addition to the many tasty recipes, you'll find a wealth of additional information in Symply Too Good to Be True. Some of the tips you'll find include ideas to enjoy restaurant meals without blowing your diet, guilt free solutions for enjoying chocolate, suggestions for raising healthy kids with a reduced risk of developing obesity and diabetes, and more. You'll also find techniques that can help you convert many of your favorite recipes to lower fat diet friendly versions that you can enjoy without having to worry about ruining your diet.


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