A very special thanks to everyone who has enjoyed my books!
Drink Your way to gut health
March 2015, Houghton Mifflin
Cherry Lime Fizz…Mocha Shake…Very Berry Cheesecake Smoothie…would you believe these are all healthy drinks? Well, in Drink Your Way to Gut Health, Molly Morgan, RD, CDN, CSSD, has drawn on her expert knowledge and background in nutrition to create 140 beverages that are not just delicious but healing too! Because all of the recipes have a probiotic-rich base—such as yogurt, kombucha, kefir, almond milk, and ginger beer—they offer an array of nourishing benefits from boosting your immune system to detoxing your body. The book also includes recipes for each of these foundation beverages, so whether you’re using one to whip up your own inspired creation or following one of Molly’s tried-and-true recipes, you’re one drink closer to gut health.
April 2015, Harlequin Non-Fiction
Tired of giving up the meals you love because you're trying to lose weight? Stop depriving yourself and start skinny-sizing! Dietitian and nutritionist Molly Morgan shares 101 recipes that give your high-calorie faves—think pancakes, muffins and lasagna—a skinny makeover. The only things you'll be missing are those extra pounds.
Traditional breakfast burritos have 600 calories and 35 grams of fat. Skinny-Sized burritos have 300 calories and only 9 grams of fat!
Traditional blueberry muffins have 380 calories and 19 grams of fat. Skinny-Sized blueberry muffins have 130 calories and 2 grams of fat!
Traditional lasagna has 870 calories and 47 grams of fat. Skinny-Sized lasagna has 260 calories and 7 grams of fat!
The Skinny Rules
April 2011, Harlequin-Non Fiction
This collection of fitness, nutrition, cooking, and fashion tips will give you the insight that seems to come naturally for "Skinny Girls." The book covers topics including: fitness, nutrition, travel, cooking, fashion, and more!
The Skinny Rules has been endorsed by celebrity chef, Art Smith and Director of the Yale Research Center, Dr. David L. Katz. Here is what Dr. Katz had to say:
"I like that Molly Morgan uses 'skinny' to mean the combination of health, vitality, and satisfaction with the skin you're in. I like that the 'Skinny Rules' are comprehensive, insightful, simple, and actionable. I like that every reader can choose her own combination of 'rules' - so that no one is really making rules for you, except you! In short, I like this wonderfully empowering book- a lot- and I am very confident you will, too!"
Check out Diets-in-Review.com, review of The Skinny Rules, click here.