Stuck for ideas for supper tonight? Confused by conflicting healthy eating messages? Short of time to cook 'proper' food? Fed up with plastic food in plastic wrappers? Looking for ways to get your 5-a-day? Bored with the same old recipes? If you answered yes to any of these then this book is for you. It's full of down-to-earth, easy, quick and healthy recipes for everyday cooks, and the proceeds are going to the Ghana Education Project to build a school in Nkwanta, Ghana.
Dawn was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 33. She has spent the twelve years since then pursuing what it means to be truly well: becoming a registered nutritional therapist, tutor, lecturer and coach along the way. Dawn spends her time inspiring other people to achieve authentic health and wellbeing. With a mix of coaching and nutrition she helps people to see their lives from a fresh perspective and to move forward with purpose and vitality. She lives and works from her home in a lovely town called Southborough near Tunbridge Wells.
There are hundreds of good reasons to feel guilty about the food we eat, but many of them involve counting calories or grams of fat. If you must feel guilty about the food you eat then think about the bigger issues: global food distribution: the environmental impact of plastic packaging and take away coffee cups; thebig supermarkets pressure on small food producers; the threat of genetically modified food... (I could go on and frequently do!)