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Cook. Nourish. Glow.: 120 recipes to help you lose weight, look younger, and feel healthier Hardcover – 31 Dec 2015
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This book is a fantastic example of how easy it can be to eat real food and to embrace the powerful impact that cooking can have on our wellbeing. Amelia does a brilliant job of merging cutting-edge nutritional science with the practical application required to make healthy eating achievable in today's convenience-fuelled world. (Mark Hyman MD, Director of the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine)
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AMELIA FREER (FdSc, DipION, mBANT) is a qualified nutritional therapist and author of the bestselling Eat. Nourish. Glow. Amelia embarked on a career in nutrition after years of struggling with her own diet and now uses her expertise to transform the lives of her clients and readers. Amongst her success stories are famous names such as Boy George, James Corden and Sam Smith.See all Product description
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I’ve had this book a couple of days now and I love it! There’s a good bit of content around how to really succeed with clean eating and how to think about what ingredients to buy. There are plenty of recipes to cater to your needs from quick small plates to desserts. The recipes that I’ve tried are yummy and not too complicated however it’s good to know that the way the recipes are written they aren’t as precise or method descriptive as you might find a Nigella recipe.
What I didn't like was that I felt some of the writing was condescending and I also don't care which celebrities follow this stuff - I'd rather just get to know the author herself.
My overall view is that I really liked the recipes, as someone who already subscribes to this kind of diet anyway but I struggled with the tone of the writing.