The Carbohydrate Ninja Recipe Guide is a mouthwatering PDF recipe guide that contains more than 40 delicious recipes that took over a decade to create and perfect. I designed each and every one of these recipes myself, and I know that you will LOVE them.
I designed this book to focus on the tastiest and most nutritious high carbohydrate foods on the planet. Instead of focusing on what to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the recipes in this book are divided into sections that highlight these 6 high carbohydrate REAL foods: tropical fruits, potatoes, squash, corn, mushrooms and smoothies.
Section 1: Tropical Fruits, including bananas, dates, mangoes, berries, plantains and papayas
Section 2: yellow corn, white corn, raw corn and grilled corn
Section 3: Mushrooms, one of the most nutritious foods on the planet
Section 4: Potatoes - find out why sweet potatoes and yams are incredibly good for you
Section 5: Squash, easily digestible and abundant in nutrients
Section 6: Smoothies - recipes of some of the best tasting smoothies you’ve ever had
In addition, the Carbohydrate Ninja Recipe Guide is full of information about the difference between REAL and FAKE carbohydrates, and contains information about:
Why food additives are harmful and which ones to avoid
Important information about what food additives could be harming your long term health, and a list of food additives to avoid when purchasing food at the grocery store.
Which foods you should minimize
A comprehensive list of foods that are known to cause inflammation in many people, and scientific information about why increasing REAL carbohydrate intake can take your health to the next level.
The difference between sugar and carbohydrates
Not all carbohydrates are created equal! Learn the difference between “sugar” and “carbohydrate” energy, and understand why avoiding fruit because of it’s sugar content is misleading.
There is no need to purchase all your fruits and vegetables organic. Save money on produce that has low pesticide residue. The Environmental Working Group put together a list of the “Dirty Dozen” and “Clean Fifteen” that you should know when going to the grocery store.