As interest in wholesome eating and healthy cooking increases, Taste of Home, the largest cooking magazine in America, introduces Healthy Cooking — a new magazine that gives readers what they need for a healthier life. With its mix of recipe and non-recipe content, provided by real home cooks and backed by nutritionists and health experts, Healthy Cooking makes it easier to manage medical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and hypertension and makes living a healthier lifestyle simply delicious!
“We are introducing Healthy Cooking in response to our readers’ desire for a selection of lighter food along with good nutrition, but we’re keeping it real,” said editor-in-chief Catherine Cassidy. “Healthy Cooking embodies the same American pass-it-over-the-fence feeling as Taste of Home: a friendly exchange of dishes, stories, and tips from home cooks backed by substantial information from the experts.”
There are more than 76 recipes in the premiere issue — every one tested in the Taste of Home kitchens. Each recipe also includes nutrition facts, diabetic exchanges, and handy icons that highlight low-carb, low-sugar, low-fat and more.
A new healthy living and cooking channel also debuts on the Taste of Home web site sponsored by Healthy Cooking, where readers can find more recipe makeovers, healthy menu planning ideas, advice for special diet needs, and extra tips to help you lead a healthier lifestyle.
For millions of Americans, Taste of Home is America’s recipe box. They feel a connection through its pages with other home cooks just like themselves. Healthy Cooking celebrates this same connection between food, family, and friends but invites readers to share a healthier way of life.
Healthy Cooking is a bi-monthly publication from the editors of Taste of Home — a leader in food publishing. Taste of Home is part of Food & Entertaining at the Reader’s Digest Association (RDA), which includes allrecipes.com and Every Day with Rachael Ray. Taste of Home also publishes Simple and Delicious, Cooking for 2, top-selling bookazines, newsstand specials, and popular cookbooks.