The book is an easy read that combines the authors own early years’ and first hand experience with unsustainable diets and her expertise as nutritionist. I like the philosophy - which is all based on a more educated and healthy relationship with food to deliver a healthier, happy body, mind - for life. Reminds me of the ‘barefoot investor’ but for food! Please do one for kids next with lots of yummy recipes and ways to help parents encourage kids in the same way you are encouraging adults to simply eat better and feel great without the guilt!
Too often I've purchased "diet" books, gone to the pantry, throwing out almost everything then gone to the grocery store (very enthusiastically) and purchased the diet food "checklist" and hit the diet hard with great results for about two weeks. Unfortunately, none of these has been sustainable, and I almost always lose interest and fail.
This way of thinking about food allows me to be myself, not beholden to a diet and importantly not feel guilty about my binge eating and yoyo dieting.
The recipes so far have been great, healthy and delicious but most importantly the mindset it teaches you is a gift that is truly meaningful.