Eat Nourish Flourish

Establishing healthy eating habits can be a challenging process, especially if the whole family are trying to make changes but perhaps don’t all follow the same diet. A Teddington-based food coach and mother of three knows this all too well, which is why she created Eat Nourish Flourish to help others achieve healthier family food.

Carey Davis-Munro has worked within the wellbeing space for over 20 years, supporting individuals and organisations, such as Co-op and Legal & General, to embed life-changing habits. Eat Nourish Flourish, her first book, features a 12-step plan and recipes that focus on healthy and sustainable relationships with food. It is packed with 46 recipes that are not only delicious but easy to make – important when you are trying to change eating habits amidst a busy everyday life.

According to Carey, at a time when our lives are not just busy, but sometimes out of our control due to issues like the coronavirus pandemic, food is one way we can be empowered not simply to make healthier choices but to build our immunity and resistance, both mentally and physically.

And that’s where Eat Nourish Flourish comes in. Carey believes there are many complex psychological reasons why we don’t invest the time, energy and money in healthy eating, so she primarily focuses on changing the relationship we have with food for the better using a well-known coaching model with structure and goals.

Alongside this 12-step guide, there is a range of flexitarian recipes that take you from breakfast-on-the-go to tasty midweek lunches and fun, family-friendly meals. The ‘How to stock your cupboards’ section is a useful guide to ingredients that will add flavour and depth to your cooking, and once you’ve built up a collection of these, it’s simple to create varied dishes without having to shop for lots of extras.

Eat Nourish Flourish is available at Waterstones, Amazon and via Carey’s website

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