Author(s): Vicki Edgson
This innovative book introduces a whole new way of eating with a unique plan developed specifically at Grayshott Spa, one of the world's leading health spas. By focussing on digestive health as a route to true health, the Grayshott Plan helps to boost your energy and rebalance weight safely through a nutrient rich diet that will give you everything you need to face the demands of modern life. The Plan dispels the misguided notion of 'detoxifying' through spartan, punitive regimes and instead focuses on regaining good health by eating the right foods to aid the body's natural detoxification. The Plan can confidently recommend quality grass-fed red meats, fish, eggs, fermented foods, butter, avocado, and organic vegetables. This is not a plan of privation but a sensible and satisfying approach to food that brings you back to feeling great. The first section will introduce you to the Plan and provide information and meal plans for a short-term course to rest and repair your digestive tract. The Post-Plan information will show you more foods to introduce to your diet and keep your gut healthy.
The recipe section contains 100 delicious meals split into breakfasts, soups, main meals, vegetable sides, salads and special occasions and includes delicious, satisfying and nourishing meals like: * Baked eggs with tomatoes, peppers and chorizo * Porchetta with plum and fig chutney * Grilled sole fillets marinated in ginger and tangerine * Crayfish cakes with coconut and mango and many more
'One of 2015's biggest healthy-eating books.' 'This book boasts excellent dairy-free seasonal recipes designed to boost digestive health. Its breakfast section is particularly inspired.' "This is the kind of cookbook that makes me salivate. The recipes are beautifully photographed, sound delicious and absolutely don't read like diet recipes." ' Beautifully produced, it is the most inspiringly elegant diet/health plan you could want.' ' The 100-plus recipes incorporate principles for cleansing and healing the digestive system.' ' Based on the Grayshott Spa programme for cleansing and healing, this book is beautifully shot by the photographer Lisa Linder. It is a pleasure to look at, but also a pleasure to cook from - not something you can often say about a health-food book.' ' This big, glossy book has lots of achievable recipes incorporated into a 21-day eating plan.' ' This book looks great - aided by fabulous photography from Lisa Linder - and will provide a useful addition to any kitchen which considers the health of its guests.' 'While the details of the plan may imply deprivation, the opposite is actually true. Dishes are satisfying and occasionally border on indulgent, such as confit of duck, porchetta with plum and fig chutney, and roasted tamarind, chilli, ginger, and coriander chicken. The authors include wonderful full-colour photos, which make these meals even more appealing. For those seeking better health, there is much here to consider and entice.' 'This book boasts excellent dairy-free seasonal recipes designed to boost digestive health. Its breakfast section is particularly inspired.' 'One of 2015' s biggest healthy-eating books.' 'Sensible, beautiful, delicious' " This is the kind of cookbook that makes me salivate. The recipes are beautifully photographed, sound delicious and absolutely don' t read like diet recipes."
ADAM PALMER is Executive Chef at Grayshott Spa, where he has worked closely with their dietician to create the Grayshott Health Regime. He has extensive experience in creating recipes for leading spas and has written several books. VICKI EDGSON has been a practising nutritional therapist for over 15 years, always working alongside medical doctors to create the bridge between allopathic medicine and complementary practices. She has written six books, including bestsellers Honestly Healthy and Honestly Healthy for Life (both published by Jacqui Small), and was one of the founders of The Food Doctor. As well as her busy nutritional therapy consultancy, she runs award-winning retreats both in the UK and abroad. She is a contributing columnist for Psychologies Magazine and regularly contributes to national and international newspapers and magazines. She has also co-presented two major television series - Fat Nation for BBC1 and BBC3, and Diet Doctors for Channel 5.