This is a lady who walks her talk.
Thank goodness she's not about fad diets or deprivation. Nutrition expert Madeleine Shaw's new book is all about ditching the junk and eating foods that make you glow with health. With completely wheat- and sugar-free recipes, meal plans and practical nutritional advice, it's your summer guide to goodness.
I love Madeleine's book and her recipes. She makes healthy eating a joy.
Nutritional health coach to celebs like Made in Chelsea's Millie Mackintosh shows you how to eat your way to healthier skin and shinier hair by ditching the junk food and stocking up on probiotics.
After the success of her first cookbook Get the Glow, nutritional health coach Madeleine Shaw returns with a fresh selection of recipes that are quicker and easier to make than her previous ones, while retaining all the health benefits. All of the recipes in this book are free from gluten and refined sugar, and all but a few are dairy-free too. Just because you're avoiding dairy products doesn't automatically make you a vegan, and delicious recipes like Chinese duck bowls and lamb cutlets with salsa verde are bound to satisfy even the carnivores, setting this book apart from a lot of other "healthy" cookbooks. But herbivores fear not, as the book does include a wide range of vegetarian and vegan options too, such as black bean shepherd's pie with parsnip mash and sweet potato, quinoa and orange stew.
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(Ready Steady Glow) is two books in one, really: 30-minute weekday wonders and weekend indulgences. All of it is wheat- and sugar-free, from opulent Sunday brunches to on-the-go meals. Packed with practical advice, it is realistic, accessible and inspiring.
After battling with her body image for the entirety of her teens, Madeleine Shaw realised that something had to change. And boy, did she change. Shaw is now a nutritionist, chef, writer, yoga nut, and lifestyle coach, counting a number of celebrities as clients. She's intent on persuading the world that preparing nutritious, beautiful food can (and should) be done at home. She also thinks that calorie counting is for losers (though, of course, she's quick to remind us that there are calories, and there are calories). Her sugar-cleanse is about as tough as they come, but it's also becoming increasingly popular as people learn more and more about the evil white stuff.
It's refreshing to know that this isn't just another celeb-does-healthy-eating tome but advice from a bona fide nutritionist who happens to have the backing of one of the most glowing women out there.
Sydney-born nutritional coach Madeleine counts the likes of Millie Mackintosh among her celebrity fans. After discovering the power of wholefoods as a teenager, she has developed a loyal social media following and hosts monthly heathy eating supper clubs from her home in South West London. Madeleine's first cookbook is released in April, and will centre on her key eating philosophy: ditch the junk and stick to foods that will heal your gut.