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Recipe books are all over the internet, but when you are starting a diet plan and exercise routine you want to make sure that the recipes you are using are for the plan you are on.
Adapted to recipes are fine, or recipes that people clear for the program are fine, but having a recipe book that is focused on your specific plan and developed for that workout and diet are the most ideal.
With that in mind, there is the 21-Day Fix recipe cookbook by Autumn Calabrese, FIXATE.
Here’s what you need to know about the cookbook along with a review of the cookbook and how it relates to practical use.
The Cookbook as a Whole
The cookbook is set up a bit differently than traditional cookbooks. Instead of just recipes separated by breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks or desserts, this book goes by colors. This color coding of recipes is designed to fit with your 21-Day Fix color-coded container set.
This makes it easier to judge what completed recipes go where and how to adapt them to your daily diet routine alongside the 21-Day Fix workout.
The recipes are also designed for both the traditional 21-Day Fix program and the Extreme program. This makes the book easy to adapt to both the beginner and advanced program without having to buy two separate books.
The recipes are made for anyone of any dietary lifestyle. This means if you are paleo, there are recipes for you. There are also recipes for vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free.
What this means for you is that you don’t have to worry about buying this book sight unseen, because you know that regardless of your dietary needs, Calabrese has thought ahead and made sure you are covered.
One of the key points to keep in mind with the recipes is that there are 100 recipes in the book which do include drink recipes as well as traditional full meals.
Applying the Recipes and Final Review
The recipes in the book are easy to follow and easy to make changes to that still fit your dietary plans and 21-Day Fix routine. For example, she will tell you that if you are vegan you can replace milk with coconut milk.
Overall, the cookbook is for someone who wants recipes that work with the program and that are combined in one book instead of having to search them out through various resources.
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Now if you have any questions about starting Fixate or the 21-Day Fix, feel free to ask me in the comments down below!