If you or someone you know suffers from anxiety, this book can help.
What we choose to fuel our bodies with affects us wildly. In today’s world of overly processed food and artificial ingredients that almost always include empty calories and stimulants, it’s important to educate oneself on how proper nourishment positively impacts our state of mental health and wellbeing.
With more than seventy-five simple recipes created to help you chill and be still, The Anti-Anxiety Cookbook will help you find the path to calm. Most of the plant-based recipes in this mindfully created cookbook contain fewer than ten ingredients, and all are tried and true. Recipes include:
Greek Six-Layer Dip
Kind food really is the best (and least expensive!) medicine, and in the realm of anxiousness, it’s so important to lower nutritional stress and let plant-based nutrition pave the way for decreased anxiety and more peaceful living.
Jennifer Browne is the author of several non-fiction works, including Happy Healthy Gut, Vegetarian Comfort Foods, The Good Living Guide to Medicinal Tea, and Baby Nosh. She’s currently working on a book on teenage anxiety and finds inspiration for her projects within her own experiences. Browne resides just outside of Vancouver, British Columbia with her dog and three children, one of whom shot the photographs for this book. Tweet her @jennifer_browne.