As we embark into the new year many of us are gearing up to execute on our new resolutions. One of your resolutions may be to wrangle your health which means taking hold of the foods we eat. Wellness begins in the kitchen. We do not lose weight by fitness alone, our bodies are living machines that process foods for optimal performance. However, we often go on fad diets for quick results and then experience a boomerang affect where the weight returns.
The Wellness Kitchen is a new tool in your kitchen arsenal. This book will show you how to transform you body and life as you incorporate wholesome foods into any meal plan without limiting your meals, going on a gimmicky diet and starving on unsatisfying juice cleanses.
More about the author:
Paulette Lambert (Los Angeles) is the Director of Nutrition for the California Health & Longevity Institute and ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition expert. As the Director of Nutrition, she develops nutrition programs for her clients as well as leads workshops for individuals and corporate groups. She has appeared on The Dr. Oz Show and is cited frequently for her expertise in the Wall Street Journal, Shape magazine, and the Los Angeles Times.
In this book, Paulette shares proven weight loss techniques with her flavorful recipes. Her 21-Day Makeover Plan will help nourish your body with the right foods. The Wellness Kitchen features over 100 healthy, easy-to-make recipes that cover every meal from breakfast to dessert and in between. Meal planning has never been so easy and readers will have the tool they need to maximize their health and shed unwanted pounds through proper nutrition.
Before you seek out that new fangled, catchy fad diet that guarantees quick weight loss, look for a long term solution. The Wellness Kitchen offers you and your family long-term solutions to make new habits of eating new foods that affect your health. From the novice cook to the seasoned chef, this book walks you through each step and ingredient to wow your family and guests at mealtime.
5 Replies to “The Wellness Kitchen”
I think the key to wellness is found in the kitchen and love when an author recognizes that too.
Thanks for the review on wellness. I need to change the way I cook for better health. I will be checking out this book.
Thanks for the review. This sounds like a great book for learning how to eat healthier and realizing that what we put in our bodies and our dinners together are important 🙂
This sounds like a good book and diet. I will have to look into it.
Thank you for the information. We are trying to get healthier.