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1. Over a billion people worldwide are now overweight and 300 million are clinically obese. People who are overweight have a higher risk of developing serious health problems in later life, including heart disease, diabetes, stroke, type 2 diabetes, bowel cancer, and high blood pressure. Most people put on excess weight because their lifestyles include an unhealthy diet and a lack of physical activity.

2. According to Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, post-menopausal women may reduce their risk of developing cancer by 35% if they eat a healthy diet and lead a healthy lifestyle. This result was based on 29,564 post-menopausal women, aged 55-69 for a research period of 13 years.

3. People who ate three or more servings of fruit per day have 36% lower risk of developing the sight loss than people who ate less than one and a half servings per day. (According to Archives of Ophthalmology)

4. Eat low fat food regularly can reduce the chance of developing heart disease and certain cancers.

5. Calorie reduction can increase life expectancy by up to 30 percent

6.Vitamins can cut cancer death rates by 37%

7. Foods that contain the mineral selenium and plant-based chemical sulforaphane in combination may have a 13 times greater ability to protect against cancer than when the food compounds are used separately.

This list can go on and on. But I think you've got the point:

Eat healthy and balanced food daily can protect us from developing major health problems like heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke and high blood pressure.

Chinese Food IS the Solution:
Healthy & Balanced Food for You! Ancient Chinese philosophy has a very important influence in Chinese food culture. Let's first look at a very interesting picture:
This is the traditional symbol for the forces of yin and yang , sometimes described as two fish swimming head to tail. The left half is yin and the right half is yang. Taken literally, yin and yang mean the dark side and sunny side of a hill .

People commonly think of yin and yang as opposing forces. However, it is really more appropriate to view them as complementary pairs . The Chinese believe problems arise not when the two forces are battling, but when there is an imbalance between them . Floods, divorce, or even a fire in the kitchen - all can be attributed to disharmony in the forces of yin and yang.

How does the concept of yin and yang relate to food ?

A basic adherence to this philosophy can be found in ANY Chinese dish , from stir-fried beef with broccoli to sweet and sour pork. There is always a balance in color, flavors, and textures.

However, belief in the importance of following the principles of yin and yang in the diet extends further.

Certain foods have yin properties, while others have yang properties - Cooling or warm, fat or non-fat, high-calorie or low- calorie, and etc.

Almost no foodstuff is purely yin or yang - it's more that one characteristic tends to dominate. It also reinforces that it is not so much the individual ingredients, as the the balance and contrast between ingredients in each dish, that is important. Interestingly, cooking methods also have more of a yin or yang property, as the list below demonstrates. Cooking Methods: Yin Qualities Yang Qualities Boiling Deep-frying Poaching Roasting Steaming Stir-frying Types of Foods: Yin Foods Yang Foods Bean Sprouts Bamboo Cabbage Beef Carrots Chicken Crab Eggs Cucumber Ginger Duck Glutinous Rice Tofu Mushrooms Watercress Sesame Oil Water Wine

Chinese food emphasizes on consuming a diet that contains a healthy balance between yin and yang. You'll find most Chinese dishes are made of a mixture of ingredients and each meal is made up of a combination of dishes .

That's why: You always get a cup of steamed rice for every entree
There is usually vegetable mixed with meat entree
A fried dish usually comes with a steamed dish or soup
I know you have already realized that Chinese food is healthy and balanced food that is good for your health.

Actually according to a survey held by the food industry, 72.4% people think that Chinese food is healthy
89.3% people like Chinese food
67.8% people would like to cook Chinese food if they know how Before you start looking for vitamin pills or supplements, start eating a health and balanced diet from today.

Chinese Recipes for Your Lifetime In this 543-page cookbook , you'll find: 338 low carb recipes 289 low fat recipes 356 low calorie recipes 118 fruit, vegetable and vegetarian recipes 22 tofu (bean curd) recipes 10 rice, fried recipes 65 beef recipes 82 chicken recipes 69 pork recipes 65 seafood recipes 21 noodle recipes 23 soup and stew recipes 46 appetizer recipes 22 dessert recipes 13 lamb and veal recipes * Please note that there is cross-listing. Quick & Easy Meal for Your Family
in 45 Minutes All of my recipes are geared specifically toward those of you who are very busy with other important parts of your lives. No fancy ingredients or equipment required. I've simplified everything for you!

Never spend hours to prepare a dinner for your family any more, or a whole afternoon for your graduation party. Armed with this cookbook, you could easily fix a whole table of delicious dishes in less than 45 minutes .

Here are just a few of the recipes you can make for dinner tonight : Mapo Dofu Kung Pao Chicken Apples in Spun Syrup Guess how long it takes for you to cook these 3 dishes? Less than 45 minutes!

Get All the Secret Recipes in Your Favorite Chinese Restaurant

Do you go to Chinese restaurants very often? If yes, you must have heard of these dishes: Boiled Crab Legs (here it is!) Kung Pao Chicken General Tso's Chicken Beef with Broccoli Moo Goo Gai Pan Wonton Soup Sweet Sour Chicken Vegetable Lo Mein Have you ever thought that you can also make ALL of them in your own kitchen ? Ever wonder how your family may react when you cook Cashew Chicken for them? How about Bubble Tea for your birthday party? I know you WILL like that feeling!

Recipes with 173 Colorful Pictures?!
Chinese cuisine aims for perfection and balance among four elements in each dish: color , aroma or fragrance , flavor , and presentation . Colors should be pleasing, showing that the ingredients are fresh and tender. Aromas should be appetizing. Finally, the dish should be beautifully arranged and presented. Good Chinese cooking is also distinguished by its meticulous cutting , careful blending of seasonings , and attention to temperature control .

With this in mind, I feel it's better if I can add pictures into the cookbook. I know it's a little bit scary to cook Chinese food by yourself for the first time - You never know how the dish should look like .

But NOT with my cookbook! You will get 543 pages of over 500 recipes with 173 color pictures !
Secret Cooking Tips & Techniques from Master Chinese Chefs Ever feel confused by Chinese cooking techniques like deep-frying , stir-frying , sauteing and marinades ? In my cookbook you'll learn: The basic techniques used in Chinese cooking. Precooking techniques such as parboiling and partial frying.
Key cooking techniques in Chinese cuisine including frying, sauteing, braising, stewing, boiling, simmering, steaming, "flavor-potting," and smoking.
Secret cooking tips used by professional Chinese chefs including Cooking temperatures, cooking with oil, marinades, sugar and other coatings, sauces, gravies, stocks and flavoring sauces.

One Cookbook with All 4 Major Chinese Cooking Styles Learn how to cook the most popular dishes from four major regions in China. Beijing . Beijing cuisine is also called "mandarin cuisine". Many of the foods in this region are wheat-based (as a opposed to rice-based). Beijing cuisine consists of a variety of dumplings, baked and steamed breads, various buns and noodles.

Mandarin-style meals usually include vegetable dishes, soups, tofu (soybean curd), and fish. The food is mild in taste, is often slightly oily, and vinegar and garlic are common ingredients; food is frequently fried, stewed, or braised.
Cantonese. From Canton or "Guangdong" Province in the southeastern part of China (the same area as Hong Kong), Cantonese food is the mildest and most common kind of Chinese food in the United States and many other countries.

Cantonese food tends to be more colorful, less spicy and is usually stir fried, which preserves both the texture and flavor.
Szechwan and Hunan . Food from the Szechwan (or "Four Rivers") basin is characteristic south-western Chinese food. Food throughout the western regions of China are liberal in their use of garlic, scallions, and chilly. Consequently, it's the spiciest region of Chinese food available and certainly very tasty. When prepared in a traditional manner, many of the dishes are very hot, although banquet dishes tend to be milder.

Sichuan food is distinguished by its hot peppery taste, while food from neighboring Hunan province is richer and a bit more oily, and may be either spicy and hot or sweet and sour. Chicken, pork, river fish, and shellfish are all popular items. Choose your favorite dishes based on different styles. But never limit yourself from one style . You can always find wonderful dishes from every cooking style.

Take a look:
Some of Your Favorite Chinese Food Recipes You can get access to over 500 of my favorite Chinese food recipes.
I will share with you both my favorite old fashioned recipes, and some healthier variations.
Some of the recipes include mouthwatering:
- Almond Boneless Chicken
- Almond Cookies
- Ants Climbing a Tree
- Apples in Spun Syrup
- Bang Bang Chicken
- Barbecued Spareribs
- Baked Chicken Chow Mein
- Bean Curd
- Beggar's Chicken
- Beijing Hot Pot
- Bird's Nest with Rock Sugar Soup
- Boiled Dumplings (Jiaozi)
- Bon Bon Chicken
- Bow Thai Pasta with Shrimp
- Bubble Tea
- Cabbage with Chinese Sausage
- Candied Banana Fritters
- Cantonese Spring Rolls
- Char Kway Teow
- Char Siu (barbequed pork)
- Chengdu Chicken
- Chicken and Spinach Soup
- Chilled Berry Tea
- Clam Sycee
- Clear Prawn Soup with Lemongrass
- Coconut Ice Cream
- Crabmeat Ragoon
- Crab Puffs
- Crossing-the-Bridge Noodles
- Crystalline Walnut Halves
- Dinner Buns with Coconut Milk
- Drunken Chicken
- Drunken Fresh Shrimps
- Dry Garlic Spareribs
- Durian Ice Cream
- Egg Bubble Soup
- Fish with Hot Sauce
- Five-Coloured Fish Shreds
- Four Happiness Pork Balls
- Gado Gado Salad with Peanut Dressing (Indonesian)
- Ginger Beef with Red Ginger (Szechuan dish)
- Green Dumplings
- Gyoza (Japanese)
- Har Gau
- Hawaiian Luau Barbecued Beef Ribs
- Hoisin Dip
- Honey Beef
- Hot Pepper and Black Bean Sauce
- Hunan Lamb
- Imperial Rolls
- Juicy Steamed Dumplings
- Kung Pao Chicken (Princess Chicken)
- Kung Pao Shrimp
- Lamb with Scallions (Mongolian)
- Longevity Noodles
- Lotus Seeds in Sugar Syrup
- Mandarin Crepes (Chinese Pancakes)
- Mapo Dofu
- Marinated Three Shreds
- Matchstick Chicken (Hot Chicken Salad)
- Mock Crab Claws (vegetarian)
- Mongolian Style Roast Lamb
- Mooncakes
- Mutton Tarts
- Nian Gao
- Chinese New Year Cake
- Noodles with Fried Bean-Paste Sauce
- Orange Beef
- Pea Pods with Fresh Mushrooms
- Peddler's Hot and Spicy Noodles, (Dandan Noodles)
- Peking Duck
- Peppery-Hot Mutton
- Pho Bo (Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup)
- Piquant Chicken
- Popped Rice with Shrimp
- Pork Dumplings with Shrimp (Potstickers)
- Prawn Goldfish
- Princess Chicken
- Raspberry Almond Float
- Sago Cakes
- Salty Soybean Milk Soup
- Sesame Seed Fried Custard
- Shanghai Stir-fried Noodles
- Shrimp and Scallop Shiu Mai in Spicy Mango Sauce
- Singapore Curried Rice Noodles
- Sizzling Rice Soup
- Soy Chicken
- Soy Sauce Chicken with Variations
- Spareribs with Black Bean Sauce
- Spring Rolls
- Stuffed Apples
- Sweet Dough Twists
- Sweet Potatoes in Syrup
- Sweet Soybean Milk
- Sweet Red Bean Paste Pancakes
- Szechuan Pickle
- Tea Eggs
- Tender Stewed Beef
- Three Pepper Chili Steak
- Tofu Italian
- Tomato Egg Drop (Egg Flower) Soup
- Twice Cooked Pork
- Ultimate Chicken Stir-fry (Reader Favorite)
- Vegetarian Sweet and Sour Spareribs
- White Gourd Soup with Dried Shrimps
- Xijiang Lamb and Chile Grill
- XO Sauce
- Yangchow Fried Rice
- Yuanxiao - Yuexiu Chicken and much more......

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It is that Simple!

NOBODY else is showing you this. NOBODY else has such an extensive collection of authentic and healthy Chinese recipes in the past.

Don't be fooled by some of the HUGE, free recipe sites online. A large percentage of those recipes won't be healthy, many won't be quick-to-prepare, and who knows if they're any good since they are most often posted by anyone who wants to submit a recipe. You'll have to WADE THROUGH a lot of duds to find recipes meeting your criteria at these sites, but.....

ALL of the recipes in my cookbook meet 3 VERY IMPORTANT CRITERIA:
Quick and easy to prepare
Healthy and nutritious
Delicious So, are you impressed? Sure you are!
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