Western Living Magazine
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Roasted garlic mellows addictive tahini sauce on this Italian sausage-stuffed squash.
What if you couldn’t exercise at all? For Calgarian (and former competitive swimmer) Lauren Klukas, this quandary became reality when she was suddenly diagnosed with a rare heart condition that made it life-threatening for her to hit the gym. A lifelong athlete, Klukas had to make an abrupt change to her lifestyle and diet, but she channelled this pursuit to stay healthy into a popular blog, and now book, The Complete Plate. Inside her new cookbook are 30 different daily meal plans comprising 120 recipes (and snacks!) to keep your body nourished with macronutrients (carbs, protein and fat) and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) so that you can stay satiated and manage weight in a healthy way—without any drastic measures.