It’s easy to feel grumpy, disgruntled, and most of all overwhelmed when switching to a healthier eating plan. What’s left to eat? How can you replace everyday PB&J lunches with a simple, satisfying substitute? Actually, things in the greener pastures are pretty sweet, as we’ve been pointing out lately.
We’re starting to believe that eating right really can be delicious and easy. But full of joy? That’s a bold claim: Joyous Health delivers.
Written by Canadian nutritionist Joy McCarthy, this new recipe and guide book illuminates the path to rekindling your relationship with food. All that’s missing are miracle cures, fad diets, and one-size-fits-all rules. Instead, McCarthy’s first and last message is simple yet rarely heard—discover what’s right for your unique body.
Chatty and relaxed, reading Joyous Health feels like a good ol’ catchup with your BFF over a cuppa. As McCarthy dishes, you get all the latest gossip about how to love, nurture, and nourish your body. Her informal style made us forget we were learning more about digestive and holistic health than we had from any cookbook. This gal is smoother than her Raspberry Chocolate Cheescake Smoothie.
And the book overflows with wisdom far beyond a nutritionist’s office. Even more to-die-for than chocolate cheesecake, Joyous Health hones into the heart of how we use food for comfort, supports mindful eating, plus explains which foods and activities make us joyful.
Yummier still, there’s a bushel of “Joyous Recipes” like Coconut Flour Banana Pancakes, Carrot Ginger Soup with Lemon Tahini Drizzle, Grilled Veggie Quinoa Salad, and Chilli and Cinnamon Chocolate Bark.
Find out how easy it is to switch from jangly to joyous—just by saying nice things to yourself and feeding yourself delicious meals.
Get your copy of Joyous Health here.