Everywhere I look (Pinterest, cookbooks, cooking shows, my mom…), the message to “eat healthfully” meets me. Having lived on my own for several years now, I fully realize how difficult it is to do this, though. Creating one healthful main dish–let alone an entire menu of healthful dishes–can be a challenge when one is also working full-time and trying to live a social life.
But Eat Beautiful by Wendy Rowe–while continuing the message to eat good-for-you-foods–focuses on the beauty benefits of healthy eating–namely, radiant skin. From the beautiful cover to the author’s photo that testifies to the skin-related beauty that the right foods can nurture, this cookbook is entirely different from any other I have reviewed before. First of all, it approaches the matter in a seasonal way, providing a menu of foods related to the spring, summer, autumn, and winter availability. Second, it “diagnoses” various digestive problems that reveal themselves through skin issues and lists ways to get yourself on a better path to health.
I recommend this book for women young and old.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Blogging for Books in exchange for my honest review.