Good Cause Of The Month: The Happy Healthy Cook Book By Heart Research UK
For this month’s good cause I have teamed up with Heart Research UK. They asked me, if I can donate one of my recipes so they can create a recipe book. So together with other food bloggers and health experts we donated some recipes, to raise money and awareness. I naturally feel honoured, that a recipe of mine is being used for this good cause. This cookbook contains only heart-healthy recipes and it is free to download. However, a small donation to Heart Research UK would be greatly appreciated, so they can carry on helping those people who are struggling with heart problems across the country. I have donated my Tricolour Quinoa Salad With Roasted Vegetables
About Heart Research UK
Heart Research UK is a charity funds pioneering medical research into the prevention, treatment and cure of heart disease. They also help communities improve their lifestyles. Their work expands into education. They train clinicians in expert techniques, educate children and their families about heart health and educate workforces on how to improve their health for their future. With their research, we learn more about heart health everyday, and can reduce the risks for thousands of people through education.
What’s in the book?
You’ll find more than 40 heart-healthy recipes, starters and main meals. You’ll find a variety of cuisines and even if you are not an experienced cook, you’ll find some easy and healthy meal ideas. There are lots of vegetarian and vegan recipes in the book as well as meaty meal ideas. They have one thing in common: they are good for your heart! All of the recipes have been checked by Heart Research UK and follow their guidelines for a healthy heart, which include each meal being low fat, with no added salt and no added sugar. You wouldn’t know from the taste, though
Download the recipe book here: https://www.damart.co.uk/happy-healthy-heart-cookbook (and please make a donation of £2 for Heart Research UK)