Robyn Martin aims to help people maintain good health, eat well and avoid the once-expected and accepted processes of aging. Written with humour and in a light-hearted yet informative tone.
Stop the Clock is full of delicious, mouth-watering recipes, all stunningly photographed by Alan Gillard. An added bonus is that all the recipes are easy and quick to make - in classic Robyn Martin tradition.
It is divided into chapters that each focus on one aspect of aging. Each chapter will contain recipes to help deal with that aging process; and also anti-aging antidotes - background information on the importance of certain foods.
The chapters are based on the following topics: Fats; Heart; Joint health; Menopause; Prostate cancer; Brain; and Skin.
This book has some really yummy food in it that is surprisingly healthy. On the down side you really have to like salmon. This is a good book to have in your cooking library for some of those special occasions, however it is not something that you are going to use on a day to day basis.
The recipes are easy to follow and the instructions are clear and accurate. Over all I find this book below average.
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