Further recipes were developed, leading to the publication of “Indian Superfood” in 2010.
This was a really
proud moment for me,
and the response was amazing - not only is the book a best-seller, but it received widespread praise from both the press and public alike.
Following the success of “Indian Superfood”, and the follow-up “Indian Super Spices”, I was asked to take my ideas and experience into new cuisines. So the last year has been spent deconstructing the nation’s favourite recipes, such as toad in the hole and cottage pie, and recreating them in a healthy, low-calorie way.
You can see the results in the soon to be launched “The Superfood Diet”. A fusion of the most popular and successful health and dietary trends of recent times, the Superfood Diet isn’t a fad that deprives you of certain food types, is restricted to one type of cuisine, or needs you to follow it religiously to get the benefits.
Instead, it provides variety and flexibility, is sustainable, and should never leave you wanting more.
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