Foodology: A food-lover's guide to digestive health and happiness
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Eating well doesn't need to be dull food and deprivation - it should be eating a wonderfully varied, vibrant and exciting range of foods. In The Kitchen Prescription, gastroenterologist Dr Saliha Mahmood Ahmed draws on her love of good food and her expertise in gut health to create 101 recipes that are easy to make, incredibly delicious to eat and will effortlessly keep your gut and digestion in tip-top condition. The book will take you on a joint culinary and scientific journey through the gut. It is an unapologetic celebration of what I believe to be the most amazing organ of the body, that will enhance and enlighten the way you cook and eat. Saliha Mahmood Ahmed A great book for anyone who wants to cook a very tasty supper that hits the spot and also get to know their bodies, moods and emotions better. Foodology is both fascinating and full of delicious meals to enjoy cooking.’ Melissa Hemsley
Khazana: An Indo-Persian cookbook with recipes inspired by
Dr Saliha Mahmood-Ahmed (born 23 October 1987) is a British doctor, chef and winner of the BBC's MasterChef competition in 2017.  A new cookbook focused on gut health by NHS gastroenterologist and winner of BBC’s “Masterchef” Saliha Mahmood Ahmed has been snapped up by Yellow Kite. The RRP is the suggested or Recommended Retail Price of a product, set by the publisher or manufacturer.Dessert: Saffron rosewater and cardamom panna cotta, served with a deconstructed baklava, including candied pistachios, pistachio honeycomb, filo pastry shards and kumquats Foodology takes you on a journey from the first smell of food and bite of goodness through to the time it takes for food to leave the system, and all the processes in between. Have you ever thought about why certain smells can make your mouth water, how the texture of food can impact your taste and why some foods can make you bloat? Saliha takes you on an extensive journey through the gut to show you the true joy of food and why gastronomic happiness is so important to our lives.
Saliha Mahmood Ahmed Collection 3 Books Set (The Kitchen
She was educated at Beaconsfield High School for girls (Grammar School for girls) and studied Medicine at Kings College graduating in 2012. She began her career in medicine as a junior doctor working for the NHS at St Mary's Hospital specialising in gastroenterology. She has subsequently worked at Hillingdon Hospital and Watford General Hospital. Ross said: “I love Saliha’s three pillar prescription of good health. It’s so simple – cook; eat a wide variety of fresh food; and don’t diet.”OFM Awards 2019: Best new cookbook – Khazana by Saliha Mahmood Ahmed, 21 October 2019". The Guardian. 21 October 2019.
Saliha Mahmood Ahmed The Kitchen Prescription : Saliha Mahmood Ahmed
Steeped in Indo-Persian heritage, Khazana, which means 'treasure trove' is Urdu, is inspired by the ancient cookery methods and flavours of the Mughals, whose empire stretched over the Indian subcontinent for hundreds of years and whose influence is still felt today. Her final menu was to prepare a three-course meal for judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace which consisted of: The more diversely we eat, the lower our risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, depression, and the more enhanced our immunity. This is a book you'll be reaching for time and again, because these recipes are a joy to eat and fuss free, and you can feel happy in the knowledge you'll be helping your body to stay healthy too.She began cooking at the age of 12 and was heavily influenced by the Kashmiri style of cooking of her maternal grandmother and mother. This takes you on a culinary and scientific journey through the gut, exploring digestion and how what we eat influences the way we feel.’ Dr Max the Mind Doctor