‘The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet Recipe Book’ tops the ‘The Mail On Sunday’ weekly UK bestsellers list for non-fiction paperbacks.
In this companion cookbook to Dr Michael Mosley’s ‘The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet’ (which is at number three in the chart), Michael’s wife Dr Clare Bailey has teamed up with nutritionist Dr Sarah Schenker to create 150 recipes designed to help readers lose weight and keep their blood sugar levels in check.
The collection of low-cal, low-carb recipes range from quick breakfasts to suppers, and follow the Mediterranean style of eating.
At number two is fitness guru Joe Wicks (aka The Body Coach)’s ‘Lean In 15’, which features 15 minute meals and workouts.
At number three is Joe’s ‘Lean in 15 – The Shape Plan: 15 minute meals with workouts to build a strong, lean body’ in which he shares 100 recipes and four workouts.
Two cookbooks appear in The Mail On Sunday’s weekly UK bestsellers list of non-fiction hardbacks.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is at number six with ‘Super Food Family Classics’, which follows on from his best-selling ‘Everyday Super Food’.
In this title, Jamie shares his ideas for freshening up family favourites. Chapters include Breakfast, Quick Fixes, Healthy Classics, Salads, Curries & Stews, Traybakes, Pasta & Risotto and Soups. Every recipe is tried and tested and nutritional information is included on the page, such as the number of veg and fruit portions in each dish. There is also a back-section with advice on subjects such as cooking with kids,
The official tie-in to the 2016 series of the hit BBC show ‘The Great British Bake Off’ is at number nine. ‘The Great British Bake Off – Perfect Cakes & Bakes To Make At Home’ is written by Linda Collister and features over 100 recipes, from simple to show-stopping bakes and cakes provided by the show’s co-judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood and the contestants of 2016.
These book charts appeared in ‘The Mail on Sunday’s’ ‘Event’ magazine on October 9. They are compiled by Nielsen Bookscan TCM, which collates real time sales from over 6,500 retailers, representing over 90% of the UK book market.