Eating more raw food ensures a vitamin and nutrient rich diet. It helps you detox, gain energy and by pruning your diet of all the cooked “nasties” means weight loss too. Ideal for beginners, Christine Bailey’s guide includes advice, plans, guidance on what to eat with a range of simple, fast recipes to help you achieve greater health and fitness.
Raw food is uncooked, 'living' food, rich in vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and enzymes. By incorporating more raw food in your diet, you provide your body with essential enzymes and nutrients it needs to process food, detoxify your system, create energy and perform at its optimum - and at the same time shed excess weight. Do you want to get slimmer, and feel fitter, leaner and healthier? If so, The Raw Food Diet is for you. Christine Bailey offers three sensational diet plans - the weekend raw blitz, a week-long plan and raw for life. All are accompanied by super-quick and easy-to-follow recipes with advice on preparing ahead, stocking your pantry and key ingredients to make life simple. The Raw Food Diet includes over 100 delicious raw food recipes with a focus on fast, nutritious, uncomplicated dishes designed with simplicity and speed in mind. This book is perfect for raw food beginners, busy people and those who want to follow a healthier, fresher diet to achieve a thinner, younger-looking body. The Raw Food Diet will leave you feeling lighter, leaner and with more energy.
Publication date: 05/01/2012
Publisher: Duncan Baird Publishers
|Publication date:||5th January 2012|
|Publisher:||Duncan Baird Publishers|
|Genres:||Lifestyle & Health,|
|Categories:||Diets & dieting,|
Christine Bailey, M.Sc., is a qualified nutritionist, food and health consultant, chef and cookery teacher. A member of the Guild of Health Writers, she writes for numerous health and food magazines and is the author of The Top 100 Low-Salt Recipes and The Top 100 Recipes for Brainy Kids for DBP. Christine runs courses and workshops, advises local authorities and schools, and works with a number of charities and organisations including the World Cancer Research Fund UK.More About Christine Bailey