Mussatto shares simplified meal-making and heart-healthy recipes in new book

Eating right doesn’t have to be a challenge. Local author and registered dietitian Cheryl Mussatto’s new book teaches you the tastiest way to a healthier heart is through your stomach. “The Heart Disease Prevention Cookbook” delivers 125 easy-to-cook, but absolutely delicious, recipes sure to keep your heart pumping strong.

Based on the proven science behind the Mediterranean diet, “The Heart Disease Prevention Cookbook” makes healthy eating a snap with tasty meals featuring fresh fruit, veggies, grains, beans, fish, and lean meats. In addition, this comprehensive cookbook also offers an in-depth look at the causes of heart disease, why and how the Mediterranean diet has been shown to work for decades, and other steps you can take for long-term heart health.

“The Heart Disease Prevention Cookbook” includes:

125 recipes – From Mediterranean-Spiced Sweet Potato Hash with Fried Egg to Roasted Salmon with Fennel and Bell Pepper, these great-tasting dishes will keep you satisfied and happily heart-healthy at every meal.

Dishes for all skill levels – These beginner-friendly recipes are not only easy to cook but also involve minimal prep time and ingredients you can find at your local store.

Essential facts – Make it simple to plan your meals with full nutritional information for every recipe, as well as critical heart disease information and advice for healthy habits.

Discover how great eating right can taste – and feel – with The Heart Disease Prevention Cookbook, available at https://bit.ly/TheHeartDiseasePreventionCB. Available in paperback June 23, 2020; Kindle version available June 9, 2020.

Cheryl Mussatto MS, RD, LD, of Osage City, Kan., is a registered dietitian and clinical dietitian for local clinics, an adjunct professor at an area community college, and a freelance health and nutrition writer. She regularly writes a health and nutrition column for Osage County News, Eat Well to Be Well. In addition to “The Heart Disease Prevention Cookbook,” she is the author of “The Nourished Brain: The Latest Science on Food’s Power for Protecting the Brain From Alzheimers and Dementia” and “The Prediabetes Action Plan and Cookbook.”

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