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JoAnna graduated from the University of Western Illinois in 1991.
Joanna Lund is cooking a road soup
(Featuring more than 150 easy recipes using common ingredi...)
Featuring more than 150 easy recipes using common ingredients, a cookbook originally self-published by the author offers healthy alternatives that taste good for those who want to control weight and eat foods appropriate for heart conditions and other health problems.
(Real food for people living in the real world with diabet...)
Real food for people living in the real world with diabetes. Just because you’re on a “restricted diet” doesn’t mean you have to be a slave to the bland and boring. Now you can eat exciting, tantalizing foods, control your condition and weight, and stay heart-healthy, all with one comprehensive cookbook.
(A sensible approach to weight control and good health com...)
A sensible approach to weight control and good health combines nutritional eating, moderate exercise, realistic life goals, and a positive attitude into a program that allows readers to lose weight and restore health.
(The author of Healthy Exchanges Cookbook presents a delec...)
The author of Healthy Exchanges Cookbook presents a delectable new assortment of more than two hundred low-fat, low-calorie, and low-cholesterol recipes that are satisfying to every member of the family.
(It embodies all the old-fashioned values sacred to the au...)
It embodies all the old-fashioned values sacred to the author: the love of family, of country, and of God. But it is as up-to-date and as relevant today as the new healthy food products and modern kitchen conveniences that she relies on for making Healthy Exchanges fare. In addition to the more than 175 original recipes, the book offers dozens of menus to help make every meal a reason to celebrate. Particularly unique to this book are the messages of encouragement and inspiration, the stories of sharing and caring, and a satisfying portion of JoAnna Lund's "common folk" advice to help everyone along the way to health and happiness.
(An assortment of regional recipes from across America off...)
An assortment of regional recipes from across America offers healthful renditions of such traditional favorites as pilgrims' corn chowder, Yankee pot roast, Maryland crab cakes, Alamo fudge, key lime pie, and Southwest strata.
(JoAnna Lund presents a brand-new Healthy Exchanges instan...)
JoAnna Lund presents a brand-new Healthy Exchanges instant classicwith easy-to-use, lay-flat comb binding. Every busy cook wants to get in and out of the kitchen as quickly as possibleand still have a delicious meal to show for it.
(RVs are becoming a more popular vacation choice than ever...)
RVs are becoming a more popular vacation choice than ever, as people crave more family time and seek to avoid the anxieties and hassles of air travel. And when RVers, boaters, campers, and tailgaters are out on the open road-or water-they still want healthy home cooking. Now, with this unique collection by seasoned RVer (and million-selling cookbook author) JoAnna Lund, vacationers and retired folks can eat as healthfully on the road as when they're at home.
(From fresh-baked bread and biscuits hot from the oven, fi...)
From fresh-baked bread and biscuits hot from the oven, finger-licking pies and decadently sweet cobblers to heavenly coffeecakes, sinful cheesecakes, and gooey chocolate chip cookies.
Joanna graduated from the University of Western Illinois in 1991.
Because of the stress and overeating JoAnna weighed 300 pounds by the mid-40s. When her weight problem had created a life-threatening situation, she devised a method of "exchanges" to enable herself to eat all the food she loved while exchanging the fats and sugars with healthier choices. Soon after that, she created her first cookbook, The Healthy Exchanges Cookbook. Re-published by G.P. Putnam's Sons in 1993, it has since sold hundreds of thousands of copies.
The cookbook proved to be only the beginning of Lund's career. Later she founded Healthy Exchanges, Inc., a company that publishes a monthly newsletter with a subscriber base of 15,000, motivational booklets and inspirational audio and video tapes.
Lund was elected to represent Iowa at President Clinton's White House Council on Small Business in 1995. During that same year, the Governor of Iowa appointed her to serve on the Iowa Rural Health & Primary Care Commission.
JoAnna hosted a weekly radio show on WOC Radio in DeWitt and was featured in National publications such as The New York Times, People and Forbes. She has been interviewed on hundreds of regional television and radio shows, and is one of the top-selling cookbook authors on the television shopping channel, QVC. During one hour-long appearance on QVC, she sold almost 200,000 books. In January 1997, she launched her own cooking show on PBS-TV, JoAnna Lund's HELP Yourself.
Lund continued to write cookbooks and sold most of them on QVC Shopping network, up to the time of her death in May 2006. When she died QVC even had a memorial flash screen remembering her the following weekend all day on the hour during the network broadcast.
(Featuring more than 150 easy recipes using common ingredi...)1995
(An assortment of regional recipes from across America off...)2001
(A sensible approach to weight control and good health com...)1996
(The author of Healthy Exchanges Cookbook presents a delec...)1997
(From fresh-baked bread and biscuits hot from the oven, fi...)2005
(RVs are becoming a more popular vacation choice than ever...)2003
(JoAnna Lund presents a brand-new Healthy Exchanges instan...)2001
(It embodies all the old-fashioned values sacred to the au...)1999
(100 Low-Cost, Low-Cal, High-Flavor Recipes You'll Want to...)1998
(Real food for people living in the real world with diabet...)1996
Lund was a member of the International Association of Culinary Professionals, Society for Nutrition Education, National Federation of Press Women, Association of Food Journalists, Mid-American Publishers Association, National Association of Independent Publishers, Publishers Marketing Association, and the International Association of Independent Publishers.
Joanna married Daniel A. Dierickx. They divorced in 1978. She then married Clifford C. Lund, a publisher and printer, on December 1, 1979. She has three children from the first marriage: Rebecca A. Dierickx Taylor, James J. Dierickx, Thomas A. Dierickx.