In The Integrative Nutrition Cookbook, Joshua Rosenthal provides 80+ simple recipes for health and happiness, spanning multiple dietary restrictions and preferences from vegan to grain-free.
Joshua Rosenthal, founder and director of IIN (and author of the book) explains why this book is special:
You might be wondering... “I have so many cookbooks. Why do I need this one?”
I’ve spent 30 years in the nutrition world, and noticed one major challenge: recipe books often over-complicate.
Cooking has been glamorized on TV with shows like Chopped, Iron Chef, and Cutthroat Kitchen. But just because you’ve never cooked “sous vide” salmon or learned to “chiffonade” basil doesn’t mean that you can’t make delicious, wholesome meals that will make you feel nourished and satisfied.
We’ve all tried a “15-minute recipe” only to have it take an hour. And don’t get me started on how many pots and pans some recipes require!
You’re not alone – this happens all the time.
So let me help you un-complicate cooking once and for all!
My cookbook will help you…
- create dishes that not only taste amazing, but make your body feel amazing too
- get comfortable in the kitchen so you can develop simple recipes on your own
- infuse love and healing into all your food
Sounds exciting huh?
Based on my experience in Integrative Nutrition's Health Coach Training Program, Joshua is an amazing teacher and the person I'd want to learn how to cook from if I was just getting in the kitchen. Heck, I'm excited to learn from him now and I've been cooking for 30 years! That's why I literally just bought the book on Amazon then ran to share this awesome deal with you before the 99 cents offer ends. Hope you can snag a copy!
Now, I'm off to read it and plan to fit a recipe or two into my menu for this upcoming week! :-)
Olivia Lane Lovejoy is a Blogger, Green Living Educator, and Health Coach trained at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She's also author of Baking Soda & Bliss: The Healthy & Happy Guide to Green Cleaning.