Finished Reading: Eat Beautiful

I haven’t had a fabulous cookbook in a while, most include ingredients that we steer clear of and I hate to keep a cookbook I can’t cook out of. Eat Beautiful from Wendy Rowe interested me, she is a professional make up artist and freely talks about how when you put good food in, it shows. 

Food & recipes to nourish your skin from the inside out.

I hesitantly started this thinking, oh another cookbook with pretty pictures and yummy recipes that I can’t eat, but then I realized I could. (GASP!)

I can eat almost every recipe in this book with MINIMAL substitutions! This is a slightly big deal. All her recipes are seasonal, which means you’re buying produce in season therefore cheaper to buy and good for you!

Eat Beautiful by Wendy Rowe

Now, some recipes easily transition from spring to summer and summer to fall based on where you live. They are easy: not too many weird ingredients you’ve never heard of, and a fabulous variety of breakfast, salads, dinners and desserts to try all without refined sugars and gluten! Of course the number one bad guy for skin in sun & stress which aren’t things we can change in the kitchen. Rowe outlines what makes each of these skinny healthy ingredients good for you at the beginning of each season, along with their skin-feeding nutrients.

Eat Beautiful by Wendy Rowe

Start the new year with your best skin ever, grab a copy of Eat Beautiful for year round nourishing skin care recipes!

I got this book for free in return for an honest review, from Blogging for Books. This post contains affiliate links. By purchasing through the links on my blog I receive a small compensation at no additional cost to you. 

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