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Eat. Nourish. Glow. Paperback – June 9, 2015
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Replace fad diets for good with 10 easy steps to your rejuvenated future; from nutritional therapist and healthy eating expert Amelia Freer comes the #1 international bestseller that Grammy winner Sam Smith Instagrammed “completely changed my life”
Amelia Freer brings a fresh and unique voice to the field of holistic health. In this, her first book, she explains her 10 steps and provides over 25 enticing recipes to get you started on your path to optimum wellness.
As recommended by her celebrity clients, including Sam Smith, Amelia guides you gently through her 10 steps: how to detox your pantry and restock with alternatives, how to understand the differences between good and bad fats, the dangers of hidden sugar in the food we eat and how to dump the wheat (one of the demons!) from your diet. Her ideas are all backed up by the latest findings in the field of nutrition and neuroscience.
Amelia includes a mouth watering selection of recipes, from delightful breakfast alternatives, such as Almond, Apricot and Rose Yogurt, light lunch ideas such as Crunchy Crab Salad and delicious mains such as Monkfish with a Broccoli and Ginger Mash. Wow your friends with the fiendish yet healthy sweet alternatives such as the Salted Caramels.
There’s something for everyone in this book and with Amelia guiding you on the path to better health, losing weight and looking great has never been easier.
About the Author
Amelia Freer is a nutritional therapist who specializes in one-on-one consultations complete with meal plans and diet, health, and culinary coaching. She has a diploma from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition and training in Functional Medicine, gluten sensitivities and celiac disease, autoimmune diseases, female hormone health, and thyroid and adrenal health. She has been credited with the recent dramatic weight loss of several British celebrities and currently has an eight-month waiting list for her consultations. Amelia contributes regularly to national and international press, including Vogue, Delicious, Harper’s Bazaar, Style, and OK Magazine.
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Amelia Freer's book is not a cook book or dieting book, but I would call it a bit of a self-help book. And I read it cover to cover in just under a week! That being said, it's not one of those books that is going to beat you up for what you do or do not do. Amelia is a nutritionist and gives you advice based on her own personal experiences with food.
It definitely helped open my eyes to my own relationship with food. I've been a crash dieter, starving myself and counting calories. I've been a binge eater, gorging on sugary foods that I knew weren't good for me. I've been an addictive snacker, unable to put the chips or candies down until they were gone.
Amelia doesn't beat you up for being any of these types of eaters. She does point out the medical issues you could face, but also offers advice on how to change those unhealthy food habits. First, she tells you to convince yourself you are not on a diet. You can eat anything you want (in moderation). But you should change what you eat, how much, and how often.
Now, due to her own health issues, Amelia does not eat any processed foods, sugar, gluten, or dairy. She is a very organic eater and relies on fresh ingredients. Throughout the book, she reminds you that you do not have to give up gluten or dairy if your system is okay with it, and my system is actually okay with dairy and I enjoy it in moderation.
She also discusses another battle of mine which is time. Like many, I work all day and come home and don't want to cook. I want something fast and easy. And it usually leaves me feeling sick or bloated and even more tired. And unfortunately, a quick meal like this is usually full of sugar and unhealthy cancer-causing preservatives also responsible for obesity and other problems. But Amelia encourages you to identify your problems, like time, and address them slowly. You don't have to change your entire life all at once. That can be overwhelming. But small changes over time can make a big difference. Amelia has convinced me to try!
The advice is really the same advice that my personal trainer has given. All in all, if I were to purchase it again, I would buy the print version. But if I had looked through it before purchase I probably wouldn't have bought it at all.