If you eat food, you need this book! Sophie Manolas is a straight-talking, down-to-earth clinical nutritionist who is passionate about showing people how they can eat their way to being the greatest, healthiest version of themselves. In The Essential Edible Pharmacy she takes over 60 of the most commonly available nutrient-dense foods (covering everything from leafy greens to root vegetables and legumes, from herbs and spices to fruits, nuts and seeds), and with great warmth, enthusiasm and knowledge explains exactly why each of these foods is so good for you. This is then followed with a simple and tasty recipe for each ingredient that will entice even the fussiest tastebuds.
Over 60 simple yet mouth-wateringly delicious recipes are included, such as Wholesome Lentil Dahl; Chicken, Mushroom and Ginger Hot Pot; Spinach, Sweet Potato and Quinoa Burgers; Decadent Brazil Nut Truffles; Baked Apples with Macadamia Crumble; and Salted Coconut and Strawberry Semifreddo. Completely illustrated throughout with gorgeous photographs of fresh produce and flavoursome recipes, this is a practical and beautiful reference book that will both entertain and educate. Boost your health and tingle your taste buds into life with The Essential Edible Pharmacy.
SPECIFICATIONS: Paperback | 235 x 191 mm | 90 Colour Illustrations | 216 Pages |
The Essential Edible Pharmacy has appeared in a fantastic feature article by Well and Good!
Read the full feature here.
Sophie Manolas is a clinical nutritionist whose rural childhood taught her the importance of the home vegetable patch and fresh produce from an early age. She was inspired to study Nutritional Medicine after a long struggle with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome — a change in diet proved to be the only effective treatment.
After gaining her qualifications, Sophie established her own practice, specializing in women’s health and hormonal issues, and has achieved great success with her down-to-earth approach and comprehensive understanding of how we can use food as our medicine. Her own property is established on permaculture principles, with Sophie and her partner growing and producing the majority of their food themselves.
Hip Little One, November 2016
“Whether you want to improve your skin health, gain more energy, clean your liver, boost your immunity, fight inflammation or protect against cancer, this beautiful full-colour reference guide will send you in the right direction”
Herald Sun, October 2016
“Eat yourself healthy. A book reveals how what you eat can help you avoid illness”.
Mindfood, September 2016
“heal and nourish your body, mind and soul. Take 60 of the most commonly available nutrient dense foods – add in beautiful recipes and you will have a simple delicious way to improve your mind and supercharge your health.”
Blue Wolf Reviews
“This is such an inspirational book for jaded cooks and those who wish to discover the joys of healthy eating.”
Woman’s Weekly, December 2016
The Essential Edible Pharmacy, as featured in Woman’s Weekly
Well and Good, November 2016
Essential Edible Pharmacy has appeared in a fantastic feature article run by Well and Good!
The article focuses on the best foods to eat when you’re feeling sick, ensuring a speedy recovery.
You can read the full feature here.
Red Online, November 2016
Red Online have featured Sophie’s Raw Turkish Delight recipe on their webpage!
Click here to view the recipe and start making your own Turkish Delight!
Biodentical Hormone Health, October 2016
“Whatever stage you are at, and whatever changes you might be experiencing, good nutrition is always the best place to start and this doesn’t mean a Draconian switch to raw foods or organic veganism.” – You can read the full article here.
The Daily Mail, October 2016
The Daily Mail featured The Essential Edible Pharmacy, highlighting on ways to beat menopause simply by what you eat!
“Simply follow my advice and eat a wide variety of fresh, healthy, natural foods, and you should sail through the menopause and set yourself up for optimum health for the rest of your life.” – You can read the full article here.
Below is a recipe for Turmeric Milk as featured in the article:
Mindfood, September 2016
Author Sophie Manlos is now making regular contributions to Mindfood. Click here to read her first article, which focuses on eating smart to help combat Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome.