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Cooking Light Done Right

08-08-2011 08:35 AM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: DigiGlyph, Inc.

Seattle, WA August 5th, 2011 – DigiGlyph released a new series of cookbooks title Cooking Light Done Right authored by Kristi Rimkus, a healthy cooking blogger who is certified in nutrition and wellness by The American College of Healthcare Science. Each great tasting, healthy recipe comes with easy to follow instructions that include the nutritional value of each meal. The cookbooks are available as an eBook on Kindle & Nook as well as an app for iPhone & iPad. The iPhone & iPad app have Facebook and Twitter integration. Readers of the eBooks can join in by tweeting and following the hashtag #CookingLight.

"I’m a home cook with 30 years of cooking experience and a certification in nutrition and wellness. Fifteen years ago I lost 40 pounds in an effort to improve my health,” stated author Kristi Rimkus. She explained that, “Learning to cook healthy meals that my family would enjoy changed my life and sparked the desire to share what I’ve learned with you."

The Cooking Light Done Right Cookbooks (Twitter Hashtag: #CookingLight):
Links to Purchase & Download available at: http://digiglyph.org/publications/cooking-light/

Eggs Done Right – Learn to make eggcentric healthy meals, including using them in salads, sandwiches, omelets, and baked goods.

Salads Done Right – Learn fun, flavorful and nutritious salad recipes that are perfect for picnics, snacks, or even dinners.

Meat Dishes Done Right - Meat dishes can be hearty without being heavy. Learn these protein-packed pork, poultry, fish and beef dishes that will work with your health and weight-loss goals.

About Chef Kristi Rimkus

Kristi Rimkus started cooking low calorie meals more than 15 years ago, when she was inspired to lose weight and improve her health. After dieting with the help of Weight Watchers and daily exercise, she became inspired to learn about health and nutrition, returning to school to obtain a certification in nutrition and wellness from The American College of Healthcare Sciences.

DigiGlyph specializes in Transmedia Publishing technology, the ability to cost effectively develop and deliver content products for a variety of smartphones, tablets, eBook Readers and print to maximize reach, engagement and monetization. DigiGlyph not only authors original content, but partners with publishers, literary agents and authors to develop new products and repurpose existing content for digital mediums.

For media inquiries please contact Matt Fields at matt [at] digiglyph.org or call 425-247-0992.

DigiGlyph, Inc.
15405 135th PL NE
Woodinville, WA 98072

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