Cornwall ON – While it is true that we all need to eat, making it a pleasure is an art. To make it a pleasure and be good for us as well is like the cherry on the sundae – organic cherry of course.
After I finished reading “Must Have Been Something I Ate” by Peggy Kotsopoulos, I promptly went out shopping with a list of delicious foods I could add to my life and improve my health. Some sounded quite exotic but today these foods are becoming more readily available.
Peggy is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist who has managed to put a lot of information into an easy-to-read guide.
It is an easy read from the presentation point of view – my only complaint is that the type is too light and I would have liked a little more space between the lines.
However what I learned certainly made reading it worthwhile.
The book is broken into categories from mood connection, weight, beauty and General Health.
Each Section provides diagrams where needed, proportions, information about the particular food stuff and how it works.
She is providing information only – not medical advice. To whet our appetites, there are about thirty recipes in the last Section that give you ideas when you are planning your menus.
The recipes are varied and show you how to serve those foods that we are not familiar with.
I would recommend it to anyone just starting their adventure in healthy eating and those who just enjoy getting a different slant on eating healthily.
Peggy interviewed on Steven & Chris
“Must Have Been Something I Ate”, by Peggy Kotsopoulos. ISBN 9780986548819, published by Oceanside Publishing Ink, Port Coquitlam, B.C.