“Identify foods that are healthful for you and bring real foods back into your life. When you do, your body will find it’s balance, and you will reclaim your health, vitality and well-being”, says chef, holistic health educator and cookbook author, Rachel Khanna.
Rachel Khanna understands the value of healthy eating. As an accomplished chef and holistic health counselor, she has positively impacted the lives of many people through her cooking classes, workshops and individual and group coaching. She began focusing on nutrition after leaving a career in marketing and having four children.
She trained at the renowned Institute of Culinary Education, then founded Tiffin, in Greenwich, Connecticut, her successful organic catering business. Later, she became a certified health counselor and food therapist through programs at the Institute of Integrative Nutrition® and the Natural Gourmet Institute, respectively.
During a recent relocation to Singapore, Rachel studied Traditional Chinese Medicine, including Acupressure and Emotional Freedom Technique. She also holds a Master’s in political science from Columbia University, and is currently working on her Ph.D. in holistic health from the Global College of Natural Medicine. Live, Eat, Cook Healthy is Rachel’s first book.
Rachel is giving five copies of her popular cookbook, Live, Eat, Cook Healthy to lucky Connecticut Lifestyles Magazine readers.
Here are a couple of sample recipes that you will find in the cookbook.
Homemade Energy Bars Recipe
Homemade energy bars are a great swap for the store-bought energy bars. They don’t contain too much sugar, have no preservatives, and are easy to make. This recipe makes a large tray, which you can keep in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
Everybody’s Favorite Maple Bars Recipe
Everyone loves these maple bars because they are very moist. The coconut and oats give them an interesting texture. Maple bars can just as easily be served as a dessert making them a versatile treat.
About Live Eat, Cook Healthy
Learn how to assess your lifestyle and eating habits, how to feed your body what it truly needs, and how to buy the healthiest, whole foods possible. Then, turn to the more than 130 recipes designed to make your everyday eating nutritious and delicious.
You will also learn about where food comes from and where to buy the healthiest, most environmentally sustainable and humane food. By choosing, cooking, and eating whole foods nothing processed, nothing refined, and no supplements you will begin to feel better.
A Review: Now that we are all aware of the importance of being earnest with what we eat, this book should be in every kitchen! Why? Because it goes beyond recipes and help us understand the difference between “Living, cooking, eating healthy” and binging on junk food.
After reading it you will clearly understand how some bad guys in the food industry are just ignoring the results of a tons of research and denying any connection between what we eat and how we feel. Sorry, but yes we are definitely what we eat. That junk (food) is not us. We deserve and we are better