Cooking Well: Anti-Aging

Cooking Well: Anti-Aging
Over 100 Easy Recipes for Health, Wellness & Longevity
Written by Dr. Sonali Ruder
Contribution by Jo Brielyn

Category: Cooking - Health
Format: Trade Paperback, 176 pages
On Sale Date: November 25, 2014
ISBN: 978-1-57826-372-1

Improve Health and Reduce Signs of Aging with Over 100 Delicious and Nutritious Recipes

More and more research has shown that we actually do have some control over how we age. Many of our lifestyle habits, like diet, sleep, exercise, and stress management, affect our body’s ability to repair the cellular damage that occurs with age. Many foods have properties that help prevent certain diseases and keep us feeling young and healthy. Incorporating these foods into our diet early on helps ensure that the aging process will be gentle and healthful.

Cooking Well: Anti-Aging features over 100 recipes designed to strengthen your immune system, increase your energy and keep you feeling healthy well into your golden years.

With a variety of recipes to suit all tastes and lifestyles, Cooking Well: Anti-Aging has everything you need to keep your appetite satisfied while taking advantage of key ingredients in preventing the negative effects of aging.

Cooking Well: Anti-Aging also includes:
• Tips on how to age gracefully through diet and exercise, including boosting metabolism reducing cholesterol
• Guidelines on foods to choose and foods to avoid to improve wellness—in the short and long term
• A meal diary and helpful tips that make it easy to create your own customized diet plan

All recipes and meals in the Cooking Well series have been specially created by renowned health and diet experts. Each book in the series also includes general nutrition information as well as tips on which foods to avoid along the path of nutritional healing.


Dr. Sonali Ruder is a physician, chef, recipe developer, and food blogger. Her passion for food started several years ago when she was doing her residency training in New York City. In 2007 she entered a recipe contest on a whim and ended up being selected from thousands of entrants to compete on a cooking competition on the Food Network. After a few years of competitive cooking, Sonali decided to take her passion for cooking one step further by enrolling in culinary school at the Institute of Culinary Education. While she was a student, she started her popular food blog The Foodie Physician where she uses her medical and culinary backgrounds to help readers create meals that are nutritious and full of flavor. In addition to practicing medicine, Sonali also develops recipes and is a contributing writer for several national magazines, cookbooks, and websites. She recently moved to sunny Fort Lauderdale where she lives with her husband and daughter.