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Healthy living has never been as important as it is now. A highly stressful lifestyle coupled with the compromises you make in your food choices can result in poor health and diseases that can severely limit your ability to enjoy life. Unfortunately, some of the most delicious foods around, such as fried chicken and French fries, are not good for your waistline nor for you Healthy living has never been as important as it is now. A highly stressful lifestyle coupled with the compromises you make in your food choices can result in poor health and diseases that can severely limit your ability to enjoy life. Unfortunately, some of the most delicious foods around, such as fried chicken and French fries, are not good for your waistline nor for your overall well-being, since cooking them requires vast amounts of oil. Nevertheless, you can enjoy the flavor and texture of deep-fried foods without the negative effects on your health with the use of an air fryer. Air fryers were first launched in Australia and Europe in 2010. After becoming a big hit, they were soon released in North America and Japan. Now, you can find air fryers practically in most modern kitchens where they are used to cook everything from chips to samosas. But while air frying can be considered a healthier way of cooking, it doesn’t mean you can eat high-fat foods every day without putting your health at risk. Remember that you still need to exercise self-control and stick to cooking mostly healthy foods if you want to stay fit. If you’ve ever wondered about how air frying works and whether it is indeed better for you, this eBook has all the information you need. It also contains healthy recipes so you and your whole family can enjoy all the benefits of air frying.


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Healthy living has never been as important as it is now. A highly stressful lifestyle coupled with the compromises you make in your food choices can result in poor health and diseases that can severely limit your ability to enjoy life. Unfortunately, some of the most delicious foods around, such as fried chicken and French fries, are not good for your waistline nor for you Healthy living has never been as important as it is now. A highly stressful lifestyle coupled with the compromises you make in your food choices can result in poor health and diseases that can severely limit your ability to enjoy life. Unfortunately, some of the most delicious foods around, such as fried chicken and French fries, are not good for your waistline nor for your overall well-being, since cooking them requires vast amounts of oil. Nevertheless, you can enjoy the flavor and texture of deep-fried foods without the negative effects on your health with the use of an air fryer. Air fryers were first launched in Australia and Europe in 2010. After becoming a big hit, they were soon released in North America and Japan. Now, you can find air fryers practically in most modern kitchens where they are used to cook everything from chips to samosas. But while air frying can be considered a healthier way of cooking, it doesn’t mean you can eat high-fat foods every day without putting your health at risk. Remember that you still need to exercise self-control and stick to cooking mostly healthy foods if you want to stay fit. If you’ve ever wondered about how air frying works and whether it is indeed better for you, this eBook has all the information you need. It also contains healthy recipes so you and your whole family can enjoy all the benefits of air frying.

30 review for The Healthy Air Fryer Cookbook: Discover the Secret Behind Healthy Fried Food

  1. 4 out of 5

    David Caldwell

    Some good recipes A brief overview of how an air dryer works and the advantages of using one. But as the book says multiple times, while it is a healthier alternative to deep frying, it still needs to be used in moderation. You still need to eat healthy meals most of the time. If course, like any cookbook, the main draw is the recipes. This one may not have a great abundance of them, it will be enough to get you started with your air dryer or to add a few new ones to your repertoire.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ann Bowen

    It's an ok read, the recipes range from nope to okay.

  3. 4 out of 5

    C

    Things to try This has a short grouping of different recipes to try out in the air fryer and ways to make it simple and more healthy.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Elice Mcneely

    Not Bad I actually bookmarked a few recipes in this cookbook that I want to try! Nice layout for recipes. Straightforward and easy to follow

  5. 5 out of 5

    Linda Little

    Ok Cookbook... Short and sweet. Some good recipes . No pictures. Ingredients you will probably have in your pantry. Good in a pinch.

  6. 4 out of 5

    JL Emerson

    Great recipes I found many recipes that I will be trying soon. I docked a star because of sloppy editing. This book needs to be properly edited.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Robin Case

    Air Fryer Ideas Several recipes look good and worthy of trying. A good mix of proteins, spices, strategies for using the air fryer.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Marye E

    Good recipes with nutritional info A nice varied set of recipes. The nutritional information and consider directions make this a very useful book for Air frying.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dot E. Merianos

    Great Intro book Brand new to air frying and this book made it much less daunting. Saw a number of recipes that are not too exotic and sound easy to try.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Fermentum

    Great Air Fryer recipes and quite a few We are going to try out.

  11. 4 out of 5

    BrigitRose Kleinberg

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    LuAnn Grove

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    Christina

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    toni conner

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    Terry Heck

  17. 5 out of 5

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    DeAnn Devers

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    Mary Logan

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