By Danielle Sinon
Peaches and berries and plums, oh my! What’s not to love about summer produce? Fresh fruits and vegetables are available to roast, grill, toss in a salad, or enjoy just as they are. Choosing to eat what is in season means that your produce will be more delicious! We have two great books that will jumpstart your healthy eating, so let’s dive right in!
A Simplified Guide To Healthy Living: Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes and More
Enjoying food with friends and family is an amazing way to kick off the summer season. But after a long winter of eating heavy soups, stews and casseroles, you may not want to join in on all the grilled hamburgers and hot dogs. Deborah Peek-Haynes has some alternatives for you. In her book, “A Simplified Guide To Healthy Living: Vegetarian and Vegan Recipes and More,” Peek-Haynes provides an easy-to-read guide on how to change the way you live and eat.
You’ll learn all about how to stock your kitchen, grocery shop with a focus on seasonal foods, and create meals that will help you maintain a healthy body. This is a guide to living your best life and feeding your body the best ingredients. A modern cookbook for a modern way of thinking about health; what’s not to love?
The Baby Boomers Bible for Healthy Body Healthy Mind
While this book may be targeted to an older crowd, it is filled with beneficial advice for people of all ages. In “The Baby Boomers Bible for Healthy Body Healthy Mind,” Tracy Ayton discusses the effect that food has on physical and mental health. Her goal is for all people, of every age, to achieve optimum wellness!
Ayton received studies in nutrition and truly believes in the phrase “you are what you eat.” Everything you put into your body has an affect, either good or bad. One easy way to increase the vitamins and minerals in your system is to eat with the seasons. So why not try it out? Digesting the information she has collected and following her delicious recipes will certainly put you on the right path toward a healthier life!
We can’t wait for summer to arrive so we can enjoy the fresh watermelons, cucumbers, and zucchini. With so many delicious recipes within reach, there’s no excuse for unhealthy eating! As Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” So keep learning and treat your body to some delicious food!