A Year of Beautiful Eating
Eat fresh. Eat seasonal. Glow with health, all year round.
By Madeleine Shaw
100 ways to eat yourself beautiful, inside and out, season by season. The hotly anticipated follow up to Get The Glow and Ready, Steady, Glow.
In A Year Of Beautiful Eating, bestselling nutritional health coach Madeleine Shaw shows you how to eat your way to health and beauty all year round. With over 100 nutritious and wholesome recipes packed with flavour and medicinal benefits, Madeleine focuses on the importance of eating in tune with nature and supercharging your plate with what your body needs to look and feel beautiful season by season.
Toast the longer days of spring with Lamb Chops with Parsnip Mash and Asparagus; cool off with a Papaya and Peanut Salad in summer; embrace the autumn with a Pumpkin and Red Cabbage Salad with Miso Dressing and indulge in winter with Coconut Chocolate Chunk Cookies. No matter your mood, this is good, wholesome eating, every day of the year.
Not so long ago, Madeleine Shaw would wake up feeling bloated, tired and unhealthy. So she decided to turn her life around and embarked on a journey to health that saw her travel to Sydney where she learned the art of eating well. Inspired to share her story with others, she is now a trained nutritional health coach, food blogger and creative cook. Her six-week 'Get the Glow' programme is in-demand by an impressive list of high-profile clients, all of whom Madeleine has helped enliven the hottest, healthiest and happiest versions of themselves. For now at least, Madeleine lives in London, where she is never too far away from her healthy staples: a blender, a yoga mat and a coconut!
Visit Madeleine's website at: http://madeleineshaw.com which is bursting with health and nutritional advice. She also has a Twitter account @madeleine_shaw_ and an Instagram page: http://instagram.com/madeleine_shaw_
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20 Apr 2017
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Cooking with the seasons has always been a sell of health advocates for a boost in nutritional value, but Madeleine's third book seemed to tap into the abundance of eating in tune with nature, that really hit home.
A handy seasonal chart is checked often for recipe inspiration, helping me find something that suits my mood or energy level to cook, whether I'm feeding myself or a crowd. The whole roasted cauliflower and spiced sauce is a Sunday crowd-pleaser.