GIVEAWAY – China Study Cookbook

Perusing through the new China Study Cookbook (photo by www.ittybittyfoodies.com)

Perusing through the new China Study Cookbook (photo by www.ittybittyfoodies.com)

Just in time for holiday gifting or beginning a healthier New Year regimen, we are giving away the new China Study Cookbook by Leanne Campbell, PHD. The China Study Cookbook is packed with over 120 delicious plant-based recipes that are easy to make at home. What is the China Study you might ask?

 

Blackberry Lemon Tea Cakes (photo courtesy of China Study Cookbook)

Blackberry Lemon Tea Cakes (photo courtesy of China Study Cookbook)

The China Study book was written by T. Colin Campbell (the father of Leanne Campbell who wrote this Cookbook companion) and is based on a 20 year old study by the China-Cornell-Oxford project that T. Colin Campbell was part of. It studies the correlation between the consumption of animal products (including dairy) and chronic diseases such as coronary heart disease. This was one of the most comprehensive study of health and nutrition ever conducted.

Quick Three Bean Soup (photo courtesy of China Study Cookbook)

Quick Three Bean Soup (photo courtesy of China Study Cookbook)

The China Study Cookbook was developed based on these scientific findings. There’s a detailed introduction on the benefits of plant-based foods, how to substitute ingredients like adding rice milk in cereals instead of cow’s milk and how to transition your kids to the diet.

Love these nutty noodles with vegetables (photo courtesy of China Study Cookbook)

Love these nutty noodles with vegetables (photo courtesy of China Study Cookbook)

We’re not vegetarians in this household but we recognize the benefits of adding more veggies and fruits in our diet. The recipes are comprehensive and include meals for any time of day: breads, muffins, breakfast dishes, appetizers, salads, soups, salads, mains, sides and desserts.

No Bake Peanut Bars (photo courtesy of China Study Cookbook)

No Bake Peanut Bars (photo courtesy of China Study Cookbook)

We have one China Study Cookbook to giveaway. To enter, just tell us your 2014 New Year’s resolution. Write a comment below this post in the comments section or on our IttyBittyFoodies Facebook page. Those who do both will get an extra entry in the bowl. Competition closes on Sunday December 15th, 2013 at 11pm Central Time. Winner will be announced on Monday December 16th, 2013. Entrants must reside in the US.

If you don’t win, you can buy one from Whole Foods Market or order online from BenBella Books.

Till our next Happy Meal!

 

Cheryl Collett is a mom on a mission to expand her kids’ palates and IttyBittyFoodies chronicles their yummy adventures. For recipes ideas, look under HomeMade or check out the best kid friendly places under Restaurant Reviews and best kid foodie items at Product Reviews. Get the latest updates if you Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @ittybittyfoodie

 

Comments

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    Dre Chatterji says

    Awesome!! I have been intrigued with the China Study ever since we talked about it at lunch a few months ago. I didn’t realize there were recipes, too! My new year’s resolution is to read this book! Especially the part on dairy! I am forever trying to make/bake healthier meals and snacks for my family.

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    Cheryl Collett, Itty Bitty Foodies - Yummy Adventures with Kids! says

    Dre – If you want to read more into it, there’s the book called the China Study (by T. Colin Campbell) but this is China Study Cookbook (written by his daughter, Leanne Campbell). There’s a small section abt what it entails but the indepth info is in the book itself.

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    says

    One of my New Years resolutions is to get more variety in my diet. I eat at home a lot but I end up making the same old thing day after day. I am vegan and want to get extra plant source protein to maintain muscle, so that makes meals a little more challenging.

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    says

    This is one of my favorite groups…and I don’t have this cookbook. So, one of my New Year Resolutions is to work on developing my characters for storybook. Many are developed, but I don’t work on them with structural discipline. My resolution is to complete one art piece each week that will improve a character’s pose, face, hands or surrounding scenery. It could also be using my chalk pastels in a color study piece for a particular scene. Yes, 52 pieces by December 31, 2014…that’s the goal.

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