Hottest Nutrition Bibles
Neom HQ is awash with healthy food porn and eating clean has never been more inspiring than with the flurry of new healthy recipe books that are hitting the shelves! There’s a book to accommodate almost every nutritional taste, with delicious twists on traditional dishes that will make your mouth water.
The Art of Eating Well by Hemsley + Hemsley
Andrea, Product Developer
Lots of choice and each recipe has a nice little twist. I like the intro pages with lots of tips to improve your diet and overall wellbeing, and the 12 golden rules to help change the way you think about food. This is more like a healthy lifestyle book than your average cookbook!
The recipes are clearly laid out and easy to follow too. The Hemsley sisters recommend using the next best thing if you don’t have a particular ingredient which is fab too.
Favourite Recipe: On a cheat day, I’d go for the pistachio, fig and goat’s cheese trifle. It’s quick to make and absolutely delicious.
Score: - 9/10 I think this book helps readers find balance in all areas of their life.
Get The Glow by Madeleine Shaw
Nicki Wedgewood, PR
Plenty of variation and I liked that meat wasn’t totally off the menu, just choose grass fed meat from a local butchers! I loved that most of the ingredients can be found in your local supermarket as well so you don’t have to hunt around too much!
The recipes were very easy to follow. I’ve been a fan of Madeleine for a while now and love her simple yet sooo tasty recipes, she really does make healthy eating easy.
Favourite Recipe: For an afternoon energy boost the Seeded Energy Bars were my favourite snack. I bought them into work as well and they went down a treat.
Score: - 9/10 and I will recommend to anyone looking for healthy eating inspiration!
Honestly Healthy: Cleanse by Natasha Corrett
Lucy Gill, Brand Manager
I love this book! I was especially drawn to the little sides and extras that I could start weaving into family meals. So I chose to replace any chips or fries we have at home with courgette fries.
It was really easy to follow – I did both the pancake and fries recipes with my 3 year old (who really loves cooking and baking) and he loved rolling the little courgette sticks in oil, a little salt and pepper and then covering them (and himself) in ground almonds.
Favourite Recipe: Almond-crusted courgette fries and the gluten-free pancakes.
Score: - 8/10. The fries didn’t come out as crispy as I would have liked and took longer to cook than it said. But for the pancakes I would give them a 10 out of 10, we wouldn’t ever go back to regular pancakes in our house again!
Deliciously Ella by Ella Woodward
Effortless to follow and I enjoyed all the dishes I cooked. I did struggle to find some of the more obscure ingredients, but then I noticed Ella talks readers through some healthy kitchen essentials to always have in the cupboards.
I cooked for my parents and my dad loved the Pea & Mint Soup, whilst the Thai Curry was a hit with the girls. The Sweet Potato Brownies were a nice sweet treat, great for elevenses. Whilst the Classic Hummus was full of flavour and filling enough for a mid-afternoon snack.
Favourite Recipe: Coconut Thai Curry with Chickpeas was definitely my favourite recipe, filling, full of flavour and with a subtle kick. Very comforting and certainly lifted my mood!
Score: - 9/10 and I love her blog too.
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