There's a new healthy eating and wellness book I'm just starting to read that I thought you might be interested to learn about too.  As you may have seen in the media, it's the best selling book that the very talented singer songwriter Sam Smith has just recently and successfully, lost weight with the help of.

Yeah I know, you might be thinking 'not another healthy eating book for another so-called guru', but personally I love absorbing any facts about health and wellness and I really don't think there's such a thing as having too much of a variety of information when forming your own opinions and habits on this topic.

Likewise and if nothing else, I find that I need to read new nutrition books to get additional tried and tested recipes, otherwise I get fed up with the same old go-to dish and the temptation of a take-away or pre-packaged meal becomes too irresistible.

Amelia Freer's Eat.Nourish.Glow. is helping reinforce how important and powerful eating natural, organic, raw food is to our long term health and well being but what makes her book so engaging is that she keeps her professional advice simple and encouraging, gently emphasising that it's okay to take small steps so that you won't feel as if you are going cold turkey on those guilty, not-so-good-for-you foods. Falling off the wagon isn't something she berates us for, she gives you this lovely guilt-free sense that I've not found in other books.

As I've said before, when it comes to our health, well being and fitness, we have to Kick Butt. Nobody else is going to do it for us.  You won't get the healthy mind, body and spirit just by sitting back and thinking about it, so just start somewhere, anywhere... just make a start.

Amelia is a qualified Nutritional Therapist, like many diet focused professionals I'm currently following with fascination. To be honest, Amelia makes a lot of sense and I'm really starting to think that it would be a good move to book a session with a therapist like her, to review my food habits and have a 'reset'. 

Do you believe that adding a healthy eating guru to your holistic well being armoury in addition to, and to complement the other therapies you are practising? Would be a logical, smart move to make? I believe so.

Have you ever seen a dietician or nutritional therapist and how did you find their advice?

Have a great day.