Book Review: The Herbal Medicine Cookbook: Everyday Recipes to Boost Your Health by Susan Hess and Tina Sams

The Herbal Medicine Cookbook: Everyday Recipes to Boost Your Health by Susan Hess and Tina Sams

Cholesterol too high? Take a pill.  Blood pressure too high? Take a pill.  Got a cold coming on? Take a pill. So many pills cannot possibly be good for us.

Modern medicine has an answer for just about everything.  But at what cost to your health?

The Herbal Medicine Cookbook: Everyday Recipes to Boost Your Health by Susan Hess and Tina Sams provides you some simple, relatively inexpensive ways to help you stay healthy.

This book is a step-by-step guide to eating in such a way that you give your body what it needs to heal itself.

You don’t need to replace your doctor or other health care provider, unless that is your goal.  You can help yourself feel better by following the recipes in this cookbook.

The Herbal Medicine Cookbook takes the idea of Chinese medicine and makes it easy to understand and easy to follow.  You won’t need a lot of fancy herbs or other ingredients. You probably have just about everything you need to follow most of these recipes right now.

This book tells you what equipment you need to get started.  Most modern kitchens have all of it or, at least, most of it anyway.

By following these easy recipes, you will give your body what it needs to feel better and healthier.

We were sent a complimentary copy of this book.  We are under no obligation to write any review, positive or negative.

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Book Review: Keto in 30 Minutes: 100 No-Stress Ketogenic Diet Recipes to Keep You on Track by Jen Fisch

Keto in 30 Minutes: 100 No-Stress Ketogenic Diet Recipes to Keep You on Track by Jen Fisch

Let’s face it, there is no one, perfect diet.  We hear so much about keto diets now but, what is a keto diet and how will it help? Keto in 30 Minutes: 100 No-Stress Ketogenic Diet Recipes to Keep You on Track by Jen Fisch will answer many of your questions.

This book takes the time to explain what a keto diet is and what it isn’t.  Did you know that certain vegetarian dishes can be a part of a keto diet?

Evidently, the keto diet was intended to help with epilepsy.  It has also been used to help with Parkinson’s Disease. The thing is, you should never start a diet of any type without discussing it with your doctor, nutritionist and/or other medical professional.

This book answers the question, “How do I know I am in keto?”

You will learn about the proper kitchen tools to make following a keto diet easier and about exercise, as well.

This is probably something a diabetic wants to shy away from but, for many others, the keto diet may just be what you are looking for.

Keto in 30 Minutes delivers just what it promises. That is keto meals that are quick and easy to prepare without a lot of fuss and muss.

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Book Review: Express Yourself: The One-Year Journal for Girls by Katherine Flannery and Illustrated by Elizabeth Graeber

Express Yourself: The One-Year Journal for Girls by Katherine Flannery and Illustrated by Elizabeth Graeber

Express Yourself: The One-Year Journal for Girls by Katherine Flannery and Illustrated by Elizabeth Graeber is a great year-long guided journal for girls (for anyone, really).

There are weekly questions to answer, in addition to writing a little snippet for each day of the year. If you tend to write very long daily entries, then you will need to do it outside of this book, which only allows a few lines for the daily entries.

The weekly questions range from the not-so-serious to questions of depth, such as describing the funniest thing that ever happened to you and how you have dealt with rumors being spread about you.

There are round up questions after the year of journaling, which help you to reflect on the year. Some of these can be very emotional, depending on how your year has gone.

Express Yourself is a great book to help a person get into the practice of daily journaling without being overwhelming.

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