The Art of Healthy Eating SLOW COOKER

By May 8, 2013 December 30th, 2018 Uncategorized

The Art of Healthy Eating SLOW COOKER

New Slow Cooker eBook!

The Art of Healthy Eating SLOW COOKER

Many of you know that our family has doubled in numbers a little over a year ago. With the growth of our family, Craig and I have been busier than ever. Not only do we have 2 more mouths to feed, we are also trying to enjoy being new parents, as well as keeping Maria Mind Body Health LLC running. I now understand why eating the “healthified” way can be so difficult for busy families!

But since grain free and low carb eating is a priority for us, Craig and I decided to put together this slow cooker book to make life easier for you. This book is filled with amazingly tasty, yet easy recipes like, lasagna, chicken Parmesan, fajitas, homemade ginger ale mix, cookie dough cupcakes, pumpkin custard, and many more to keep your family satisfied (over 200 recipes)! There are also lots of valuable tips and tricks to help you along the journey of learning how to eat as an art.


The Art of Healthy Eating SLOW COOKER

Some Recipes Include:

1. Cashew Chicken
2. Pesto Sole with Asparagus
3. Cesar Chicken Sandwiches
4. Lemon Poppy-seed Bread
5. Lemony Roasted Chicken
6. Nutty Chocolate Cake
7. Buffalo Meatballs
8. Mustard Tenderloin
9. Creamed Pheasant

The ebook is now available on Kindle, iTunes (ipad, ipod and iphone) and Nook for only $9.99!  This ebook was also done by a professional design team so the layout is beautiful on all 3 platforms!




For those looking to get the Hardcover, that will be available in about 2-3 weeks!  But for those that can’t wait, this ebook is a great option!

 Thanks for your support!

Maria Emmerich

About Maria Emmerich

Maria is a wellness expert who has helped clients follow a Ketogenic lifestyle to heal and lose weight for over 20 years. She has helped thousands of clients get healthy, get off medications and heal their bodies; losing weight is just a bonus. She is the international best selling author of several books including "Keto: The Complete Guide to Success on the Ketogenic Diet.".


  • Anonymous says:

    So excited! Our family loves Maria’s recipes and I love Slow Cookers. Kindle here I come!

  • Anonymous says:

    are all the items in this book made in a slow cookers?

  • Darlene says:

    Looking forward to it, as I feel as if food prep has taken over my life since starting Wheat Belly! I’ll wait for the hardcover~I like to have an actual book in front of me that I can make notes on. Thanks, Maria & have a happy Mother’s Day!

  • Anonymous says:

    I think this is a great addition and would like to say that I think your previous books, published by you and your design team, are beautiful on all levels (I have every one)!

    Happy first mothers day:)

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  • Linda A. says:

    I bought the Kindle version of the book and the recipes look really good. There are lots I want to try. I have a question about the Chicken Parmesan recipe. It calls for 4 oz. of mozzarella, but there are no instructions as to whether to slice it or shred it or when to place it in the slow cooker. Does it go on top of the marinara sauce when you put the ingredients in the cooker, or do you wait until the chicken is almost done?


  • France says:

    Made the candied walnuts yesterday to take with us to the movies! So hard to pick which recipe to make next! 🙂 So glad the book is out and the Layout (at least on the Kindle for Android) is soooo much better, the pictures show up bigger. I also like the index having only the recipes, it makes it a lot easier to find what you’re looking for. I’ll try a few more recipes then go leave a review on Amazon!

    • Thank you France! We put a lot of work (and payed a lot of layout people) to get this one looked great! Glad you liked it! A review would be much appreciated. 🙂

  • Melanie says:

    I cannot wait to purchase this book. I’d get it for Kindle, but mine isn’t color and I want to see all the beautiful pics!!! I told my family that I don’t want any gifts this year. I want them to save the money so I can get a consultation with you. I am dying to learn more from you on a more personal level. Some days it is a struggle to get my health in gear 🙂 I’m type 2 diabetic and have been working so hard to get off insulin. Some days are better than others…anyway, sorry for the long email. Just really looking forward to this book!!!!

  • cooky softy says:

    Thanks for publishing this book. This slow cooker journal will definitely help to cook different food properly. I think my family member love the food cooked according these way. again thanks.

  • Jodi says:

    This blog is positively absolutely gorgeous! I was a nutrition and psychology major and was also interested in food and the brain and became even more so after my daugher was diagnosed with autism. Cant wait to try some of these beautiful recipes! Keep up the good work!

  • Carol says:

    Is the Ebook still available? I am unable to find it on iTunes or PDF. Can’t use kindle. Thanks.

  • Sue Amos says:

    Hello! What are the chances of getting a hard cover (or even paperback) version of this book? I have a Kindle and could get that version, but I’m old fashioned and prefer to have an actual book in my hands (or on my counter, or in the bookstand on my counter…) when I’m cooking. Or even when I’m just reading, for that matter. Thanks so kindly!