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Recipe Hacker Review – Will Diana Keuilian’s Program Work for You?

Recipe Hacker ReviewThere is a new wave of recipe books that help you lose weight on the market, and they do not include counting calories or eating unsatisfying foods. Dieting just keeps getting better as time goes by. Remember when rice cakes were all the rage? Well, now you can eat healthy food that tastes great. Even your kids or grandchildren will eat the recipes that these new and exciting recipe books contain.

People like Diana Keuilian are creating healthy and tasty recipes that don’t pack on the pounds, and even help to take off the pounds with their fat-busting ingredients. I am a huge supporter of this new way of eating as it not only promotes fat loss, but better health as well. So when I saw this new book, I knew I had to do a Recipe Hack review.

What Do You Get For Your Money with Recipe Hacker?

You get a recipe book that removes the sugar, grain, soy, dairy, and gluten from your favorite foods. But it goes beyond that.

It replaces those unhealthy ingredients, which are causing you to pack on the pounds and experience ill health, with healthy and fat-burning ingredients. In other words, you can now go on a diet without having to count calories with the help of this recipe book. All you have to do is follow the recipe, eat healthy portions, and watch the fat come off.

Inside the book, you will find substitutes for your favorite ingredients, such as almond flour for white flour, raw honey for sugar, and coconut milk for dairy. You will even learn how to make a cheese spread that will satisfy your need for cheese without having to eat dairy.

You may cringe at certain suggestions, such as the thought of using almond flour instead of white flour, but that is just because you have not tried the recipes in Recipe Hacker. When you taste them and realize that healthier options for white flour are just as tasty, you will never look back.

Following are just a few of the recipes you will find in Recipe Hacker:

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  • Banana pancakes
  • Cinnamon rolls (with icing)
  • Chocolate muffins
  • Everything bagels
  • Onion rings
  • Pretzel bites
  • Roasted onion dip
  • Enchiladas
  • Pizza dough
  • Cauliflower rice
  • Chile pesto noodles
  • Jalapeno skillet cornbread
  • Chocolate fudge cake
  • Caramel apple pie
  • So much more!

Sounds good, right? It is amazing what you can make without gluten, soy, dairy, sugar, and grain. You can pretty much make anything that you can make with those ingredients – without the heavy price of increased fat and ill health.

Diana’s recipes are laid out in an easy to read manner. You get the prep time, cook time, serving size, and full instructions. And, with each recipe there is a picture (to help you figure out if yours turned out as pretty as hers).

As of this Recipe Hacker review, you can get a free copy of the book simply by paying shipping and handling. That means you are getting 100 recipes for just a few dollars. However, I can’t promise how long this deal will last, and it may not even still be up as you read this.

Who Is The Recipe Hacker For?

Everyone needs to change their relationship with food. We have been eating the same things, dairy, grain, and sugar in excess, and we are growing bigger everyday because of it. Moreover, health issues have become more of a concern, not just from obesity, but from inflammation in the body, high cholesterol, and more. That’s why this new wave of eating healthy to lose weight is exciting! It encourages us to change out the unhealthy foods we use with healthier options, not count calories or eliminate certain tastes all together.

So, the Recipe Hacker is for you. Trust me, your taste buds will not miss a thing, but your weight will go down and your health will improve.

About The Author

Diana Keuilian-reviewsDiana Keuilian has proven over and over again that she can make your favorite foods healthier without losing the taste. She has been creating delicious and healthy meals since 2009, and she has over 71,000 followers on Facebook and a successful blog that will make your mouth water as you scroll through her recipes. Her recipes have been featured on Shape.com and used by people all over who want to eat healthier meals.

The Pros and Cons of Recipe Hacker

The Pros

  • Recipes are detailed and come with pictures
  • No more bloated or lethargic feeling after eating your favorite meals
  • All recipes are without sugar, dairy, gluten, grain, and soy
  • Eat great foods and lose weight without counting calories
  • Promote good health in your body and everyone you cook for
  • All recipes have been taste approved by not only adults, but kids as well
  • Recipes for breakfast, appetizers, main dishes, sides, and desserts
  • All ingredients are easy to get from your local grocery store

The Cons

  • If you are a vegetarian, this recipe book has plenty of meat recipes and uses eggs in many recipes
  • Some ingredients, like almond flour, can be more expensive than regular ingredients such as white flour

The Bottom Line

Stop dieting. Stop counting calories and eating foods with no taste that make you run back to your favorite unhealthy foods. This Recipe Hacker review should have convinced you that you can eat your favorite foods, or variations of them, without worrying about the pounds packing on. In fact, you can eat them and watch the pounds fall off!

Fat-burning ingredients are ingredients that help your metabolism speed up, hormones balance out, and give your body the push it needs to work at an optimal level and burn off fat instead of store fat. The recipes in this book include plenty of fat-burning ingredients.

More energy, less bloating, and an overall sense of good health is what you can also expect from eating the recipes found in this book. It truly is an amazing experience, and as more people catch on to the fact that dieting is not working, your favorite restaurants will probably be offering recipes like this on the menu. It is just a matter of time before true healthy eating becomes the new way of life.

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  • Peggy April 4, 2016, 12:31 am

    whatever extra the ingredients for the recipes costs is way less expensive than health care costs from eating all the wrong foods!!!! So to me that is a non-issue! And the recipe book is even free or she has many recipes she gives away online. I am very excited to get these printed off and get started eating this way!

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