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9781529352634

Good to Eat Feel Good Food to Energize You for Life

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  • ISBN13:

    9781529352634

  • ISBN10:

    1529352630

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2021-10-05
  • Publisher: Mobius
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100 fresh, healthy pescatarian recipes.

'People often think that healthy eating means restricting foods or counting calories. But for me this form of 'healthy eating' was not sustainable. Plus, it was dull. I hated cutting out the food I loved best - bread, cake, pizza, Yorkshire puddings! That realization changed how I approached food. Food should be healthy, but so should our relationship with food. So instead of depriving myself of my favorite dishes, I found new, easy ways to make them better for me.' - David Atherton

GOOD TO EAT is a book that indulges our craving for baked goods, filling foods and sustaining meals but leaves us feeling good. With a few simple tweaks - like using root veg to minimize the use of sugar or trying a plant-based alternative - you can enjoy what you love to eat while nourishing your body. Food is one of the longest relationships of our lives and what we put on the plate should be more important than what we are leaving off it.

With 100 exciting new recipes from the 2019 Great British Baking Show winner GOOD TO EAT promises fresh and filling suppers, sweet treats with a healthy spin, hearty salads to pick and mix, soups and more. David will leave you eating and living well.

Author Biography

David Atherton is best known for winning the tenth series of the Great British Bake Off in 2019, but his day job, which he loves, is as a health professional with extensive experience in public health and nutrition. He currently works as a Health Advisor for an International Development charity based in London and writes a fortnightly column for the Guardiancalled Fit Food with David Atherton.

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