When I started out on this voyage of health and happiness several years ago, little did I know that it would lead me down a path of discovery allowing me to learn information that I had never heard before and meet people ‘out there’ like me! I am super thrilled that there are so many awesome people in the wellness world carving out space for their work and message of health, wellness and prevention. My beautiful friend Jess is one of them. Jess is founder of the Wellness Warrior website and I am fortunate enough to have been handpicked to read and review her latest book, “Make Peace With Your Plate – How to end your tortured relationship with food”
Jess is kicking cancer’s butt and showing people how to make peace with food, love themselves and love their life. This book is a fantastic reminder of how our choices define our reality and that you have the power to make a new choice anytime.
Our future is defined by the choices we make – we can all get up and follow our dreams at any time
What I love about the book is that it is the perfect introduction to eating healthy without using complicated terms but simply and eloquently helping the reader to understand just where it all went wrong and how we can make it better. It follows one of my fundamental beliefs – make small changes everyday that make the big difference. The book has loads of fantastic tips and starting points to help you get healthier so go buy it NOW!
About Make Peace With Your Plate
Make Peace With Your Plate is not a diet book. It’s not a book that preaches a certain dietary dogma. Whether someone is vegan, vegetarian, a meat eater, raw vegan, or Paleo is not of concern in the slightest. The gist of this book is real, whole, natural foods.
It’s a book that has been craved, for its potential to free people from their tortured relationship with food.
Jess Ainscough asks this question:
“What would your life look like if you could eat whatever you wanted, and you still looked in the mirror and saw someone you were completely in love with staring back at you?
And then takes the reader on a funny, gentle, informative and insightful journey in order to make them realise this question can be a reality.
Make Peace With Your Plate includes:
- The simple truths that put an end to the torturous relationship we have with food.
- What foods our body wants us to put in, and which ones it does not even consider to be food.
- Which foods are contributing to weight gain, bad skin, and bitchy emotions, and which ones will lead to a body that is gorgeous and healthy and a mind that is clear and happy.
- How to maintain a healthy diet long term, without any deprivation whatsoever.
- The non-food elements that could be contributing to our weight/skin/health problems.
About the author:
Jess Ainscough is a writer, holistic health coach, and the creator of the health and wellness website, The Wellness Warrior. Via her e-books, daily blog posts, and videos, Jess’ goal is to empower people to take control of their health and show that the quality of our lives is directly linked to how we treat our body and mind. Her transformation from champagne-guzzling, Lean Cuisine-loving magazine writer to all-out nutrition nerd was made after she was diagnosed with a rare, “incurable” cancer back in 2008. Deciding she wasn’t having a bar of that “incurable” nonsense, Jess took responsibility for her condition and healed herself with two years of Gerson Therapy. Along the way, Jess developed a obsession with passing on all of her newly learnt wellness wisdom to anyone who was parked in front of her for long enough to listen.
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