Eat Yourself Beautiful: Supercharged Food

Eat Yourself Beautiful: Supercharged Food
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Format: Paperback / softback, 200 Pages
ISBN: 9781743369609
Publisher: Murdoch Books
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Eat Yourself Beautiful is a guide to achieving inner and outer health, and ageless beauty with simple, delicious, recipes using nutritionally rich, anti-inflammatory "super" foods. Many of the dishes in this inspiring and practical book are gluten, wheat, yeast and sugar-free (individually identified by at-a-glance icons). Also included are beauty-friendly menu plans and shopping lists; advice on what foods to avoid; how to detox; and advice on identifying hidden food sensitivities, allergies, and inflammation.

Recipes range from super smoothies and health drinks (including "The Fountain of Youth" and Complexion blend tea), to delectable breakfast treats such as Quirky Quinoa Muffins, and Almond and Apple Pancakes. Lighter options include energy snacks like Tamari Nibble Mix, and summery salads loaded with spinach, almonds, and strawberry, as well as a range of warming soups. Lunch and dinner are covered, too, with frittatas, pizzas and pasta dishes, stir-fries, and curries. Desserts to eat in the name of beauty include Foolish Fudge Brownies, Raspberry-Studded Pumpkin Pie, and Healthy Carrot Cake.

The author

Lee Holmes is a holistic nutritionist, yoga and meditation teacher, wholefoods chef and author of the bestselling Supercharged Food series, which includes Eat Your Way to Good Health; Eat Yourself Beautiful; Eat Clean, Green and Vegetarian; Supercharged Food for Kids; Eat Right for Your Shape; Fast Your Way to Wellness, Supercharge Your LifeHeal Your Gut and the 2018 follow-up, Supercharge Your Gut. She runs a four-week 'Heal Your Gut' program and a two-day 'Love Your Gut' program on her website, superchargedfood.com. Lee is the healthy eating expert for the Lifestyle Food Channel as well as a columnist for WellBeing and Naturally magazines. Her articles have also appeared in leading Australian newspapers and journals, as well as The Times, The Telegraph and the Daily Express in the UK, and in the US on The Huffington Post, Mind Body Green and Food Matters. In 2013 her blog won the overall prize in the Bupa Health Influencer Awards, as well as the Healthy Eating category. When not in the kitchen cooking or creating recipes, she spends time with her family and friends and teaches yoga and meditation.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 200 Pages
ISBN: 9781743369609
Size: 7.87 in x 9.84 in / 199.9 mm x 249.94 mm
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