Recipes and rituals to align the body and mind
Published 04 Jan 2018
Size 260 x 200 MM
There is no set formula to wellbeing. Our individual minds, moods, environments and circumstances all contribute to how we feel. In order to live well, we must take a holistic approach by exploring the connection between the body, mind and soul. When Danielle was struggling with low energy and stress, she began to search for ways in which food, movement and rituals could contribute to her physical and mental health.
Well Being is divided into time-specific sections to take you through the day from morning to evening, with each section outlining suggested practices, rituals and recipes for specific feelings, moods and situations. With tips on food and mindful living, Danielle guides you through simple practices, such as breath regulation and yoga flow routines, and offers delicious recipes including Date, Orange, Almond & Honey Bircher; Sweet Potato Gratin and Chocolate Cookie Crunch Bars. There are even recipes for your home, from Palo Santo Atmosphere Spray to natural beauty products like Rose & Cucumber Wake Up Well Toning Mist and Mocha, Almond & Macadamia Body Scrub. This is a comprehensive handbook to guide you through everyday life with a little more serenity.
Danielle Copperman was scouted as a model at the age of 16 (IMG Models). After seeing no transformations in her health from fad diets she began to research alternative options and went on to study for a diploma in diet and nutrition. Danielle started her blog, Model Mange Tout, to record her experiences, which led her to establish Qnola, which has featured in Red, Daily Mail Online and Grazia. www.modelmangetout.com/www.qnola.co.uk