Cookbooks, like men, come in and out of your life. Some excite you at first, but leave you totally underwhelmed within minutes. Some, those special few, can quite simply change your life.
The new cookbook by Lee Holmes, Eat Right for Your Shape , is just one such book.
This book takes a fresh look at the ancient Indian healing system of Ayurveda. A holistic approach to feeling well, balanced and living in harmony with yourself and your surroundings. A union of the mind, body, senses and soul to help achieve balance and good health.
In this, her sixth cookbook in the Supercharged Food series, Lee shows you how to apply the Ayurvedic principles practically to your everyday life. It’s also packed full of nourishing recipes to help you eat right for your own dosha and shape, helpingto create harmony, weight management and health.
Since opening its cover, this book has quite simple changed my life. Since that first turn of the page, I’ve been researching more and more on Ayurvedic – some principles, I will admit, don’t sit 100% comfortably with me right at this point in time (perhaps I’m not quite ready for it all as yet), but a large proportion has me craving to know more and more.
My predominant dosha is Pitta, so of course the recipe I chose to help cool my fiery nature (especially during the hot months of Summer) is…
“Let go of comparing yourself to others and make your own way to your preferred weight and maximum health” - Lee Holmes
Eat Right for Your Shape hits the shops on 1 February.
Disclosure: I received the above product for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog, and social media. Regardless, all words are my own honest opinions and I only recommend products or services I would use personally.