Fend off the freshman fifteen with this ultimate guide to eating right and staying fit. Learn how to cook for yourself and how to plan nutritious meals—without processed foods, gluten, and sugar. Plus find step-by-step photos for exercises, and pilates and yoga poses. Great as a graduation gift or anyone who wants to make a fresh start, this book will help young and old alike start healthy habits to last a lifetime.
About the author:
Christi Silbaugh is the author of Gluten-Free Made Easy, Gourmet Cooking for two, and writes for numerous media outlets like Activewear USA Magazine, Glam Media, Federated Media, and many more. Sharing recipes, yoga tips, and her personal journey, her popular blog Mom What’s for Dinner? has over 2.5 million readers and for couples, her playful romance food blog Gourmet Cooking for two can give you spicy tips for the kitchen.
After surviving cancer, her love of food married her passion for being healthy. Receiving her 200 hour yoga one teacher Certification in 2014; Christi’s mission is to help heal the world through conscious healthy eating and moving the body. She also has started a non profit called We Are Warriors committed to bringing free recovery yoga to past and present cancer patients.
My review: Nourish by Christi Silbaugh
I like how it has recipes that are healthier whole foods, instead of just telling you to move she shows you some yoga moves and explains them. Christi has also thrown in quotes to inspire you to keep trying and moving.
I never think to do anything with cauliflower besides steaming it. She bakes it, makes tator tots and other yummy ideas.
The recipes are ones that anyone can do. She has a healthier deviled eggs recipe without the mayonnaise. I love deviled eggs.
Her cookies look good and you need food processor instead of oven which would be real nice especially for summer months. I am going to have to buy some dates they are very useful in this cookbook.
The pictures are beautiful of the dishes. They make me want to go and try them. The pictures of the yoga models makes me want to go to beach. The scenery is so peaceful and beautiful.
The yoga I don't think I can do any especially by myself. I need the bed or chair yoga to start with but it gives me ideas. She gives you the name of the position, tells you how to do it and has someone doing the position in a photo.
I was given this ebook to read by Cedar Fort Publishing. In return I agreed to give a honest review of Nourish and be part of it's blog tour.
NOURISH” blog tour schedule:
May 1: Readalot
May 2: Reidhead Randomness
May 3: Babs Book Bistro
May 7: connywithay
May 10: Inklings and Notions
May 11: Wishful Endings
May 12: The Author’s Hideaway
May 15: Jorie Loves a Story
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