Five cookbooks feature in the The Mail on Sunday’s UK bestsellers lists of non-fiction books, published in in the May 10 issue of the newspaper’s ‘Event’ Magazine.
For paperbacks, the number one spot is taken by ‘Lean In 15’ by Joe Wicks. Known as the Body Coach, Joe Wicks has more than a million followers on different social media sites. In his first book, he reveals how to shift body fat by eating more and exercising less. ‘Lean in 15’ features 100 recipes and guides the reader through Joe’s home workouts.
In fifth place is ‘The 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet’ by Michael Mosley. In the book, the author of the bestselling ‘5:2 Fast Diet’ reveals ‘a game-changing approach to one of the greatest silent epidemics of our time: raised blood sugar levels’.Dr Mosley explains why we pile on abdominal fat and shows us how to shed it, fast. The title is not just aimed at those at highest risk but at anyone who has struggled with their weight and wants to regain control of their health.
The hardbook best sellers chart includes three cookbooks in the top 10.
At number three is ‘Deliciously Ella Every Day: simple recipes and fantastic food for a healthy way of life’ by food blogger Ella Woodward. This is Ella’s second book following ‘Deliciously Ella,’ the record-breaking bestselling cookbook of 2015 that took the healthy eating world by storm. It contains 100 of her trademark plant-based, dairy-free and gluten-free recipes, plus her top 10 rules for living the Deliciously Ella way, with lists to help readers get organised, plus tips and tricks to get ahead.
In sixth position is ‘Mary Berry: Foolproof Cooking’ by TV’s ‘The Great British Bake Off’ judge Mary Berry.In this tie-in to Mary’s TV series of the same name, the celebrity cook aims to teach readers how to cook with confidence, with over 120 recipes. It contains all the recipes from the show, including weeknight dinners, dinner party suggestions and plenty of traybakes and biscuits for those with a sweet tooth. The book also features Mary’s tips and techniques and no-fuss advice on how to ‘foolproof your kitchen’, from preparing ahead to entertain a crowd or planning weekly family meals, to ensuring the store cupboard is well stocked.
In seventh place is ‘Ready, Steady, Glow: Fast, Fresh Food Designed for Real Life’ by Madeleine Shaw, who is a nutritional health coach to the stars.‘Ready, Steady, Glow’ is described as a book of two halves, offering weekday recipes that can be made in less than 30 minutes, alongside meals for the weekend. All recipes are wheat- and sugar-free and contain natural ingredients
The book charts are compiled by Nielsen Bookscan TCM, which collates real time sales from over 6,500 retailers representing over 90% of the UK book market.