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Cook. Nourish. Glow. : 120 recipes to help you lose weight, look younger, and feel healthier, Hardback Book

Cook. Nourish. Glow. : 120 recipes to help you lose weight, look younger, and feel healthier Hardback



Make a change in 2022 with Cook. Nourish. Glow., filled with over 120 recipes to help you lose weight, feel healthier, and eat better'One of Britain's top Super Nutritionists' Daily Mail________Following the phenomenal success of her bestselling first book, Eat.

Nourish. Glow, Amelia Freer returns with her much-awaited cookbook Cook.

Nourish. Glow. With over 100 delicious and easy-to-prepare recipes, Amelia equips you with the skills and knowledge to improve your health while empowering you to cook with confidence.

A professional nutritional therapist, she promotes a gluten, refined sugar and dairy-free lifestyle instead of endless fad diets. Cook. Nourish. Glow. covers cooking in the simplest terms, featuring step-by-step visuals designed for the novice chef; how to use and prepare staple pantry ingredients; eating clean on the go; a 'naughty' chapter - because living healthily is about consistency, not perfection - and a chapter full of dishes designed to combat gut-related issues.

Recipes include:· FINE OMELETTE LAYERED with TOMATO and SAFFRON, TAPENADE and MIXED HERBS· SWEET POTATO CAKES with GRILLED TIGER PRAWNS and SAFFRON SAUCE· EGGS and LEEKS with TABASCO and TARRAGON DRESSING· FIG and RASPBERRY PANNA COTTAWith Amelia's help, anyone can learn how to assemble nourishing food in minutes using fresh ingredients that will transform how you look and feel.


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