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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
“A perfect life starts with learning how to eat healthily and intelligently.” I’m sure we’ve all heard that before, or at least something very similar. But the mad rush of life sometimes gets ahead of us and we reach for the nearest, quickest way to relieve hunger and thirst – sometimes not the healthiest of choices. So, to eat healthily, we must be vigilantly intelligent. Sounds reasonable, don’t you think? But how? Queen Kate (or Katherine Quelch) has done considerable research on the topic of healthy eating and she’s prepared a reasonable guide to help us all along the way to a healthier lifestyle.
Healthy Eating is a step-by-step guide on making intelligent choices in our eating habits, preparing healthy meals and snacks, and reaching for a good choice every time. Not only will it make us healthier, help us fight disease, and relieve stress, among many other things, it will also lead us to a more satisfying way to satiate our thirst and hunger. The book is laid out logically, following a system of presenting various food types, food and drink choices, meal planning, and being careful how we buy our food. Eating healthily doesn’t have to be expensive, not if you follow Queen Kate’s plan. I was particularly interested in the section on drinking water, as I have always believed it to be the best choice for quenching thirst. Now I know why. This is an excellent resource to bring us back to what’s really important: healthy foods and healthy drinks.