Non Fiction Review: Healing through Nutrition

Healing through Nutrition by Eliza Savage
Healing through Nutrition: The Essential Guide to 50 Plant-Based Nutritional Sources
by Eliza Savage

5 out of 5 stars

This book has recipes for healing foods of fruits, grains, herbs, coffee and tea, and dozens of vegetables. The sections are divided by the type of food, with information about the benefits of that food, it’s healing power, and medical conditions that it will help.

The recipes are simple with easy instructions and common ingredients. There are also variations on the recipe in case you want to add or substitute something. I really like how the recipes are organized, and the design and layout is easy to navigate.
The recipes include smoothies, soups, entrees, salads with homemade dressing, fruit jam, stews and chili, veggie burgers, rice bowls, trail mix, pasta, and homemade breads. There are no recipes for meat, but these dishes can easily be combined with lean meat or as side dishes for a meat entree.

This is an excellent resource for anyone wanting to use food to treat a specific medical condition, or for anyone just wanting to boost their immune system and stay healthy!

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.

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