This book was released on April 5, 2016. I received a copy through NetGalley.
I am not a vegan, nor do I think I ever could be. But I definitely admire and appreciate people who can make that kind of commitment for their health, the environment or both. There is definitely something to be said for borrowing from the vegan philosophy once in a while, cutting out meat and focusing on healthy foods that grow in the earth for us to enjoy.
This book echoes my own personal beliefs that what we eat has an effect on our health. Getting the right nutrients for our health goals and problems could go pretty far in solving a lot of our chronic health concerns. Eaternity is divided up by what you want your food to do for you. Whether it’s getting better sleep, losing weight, mood balance or even help in the bedroom, there is a recipe for you.
My one complaint is that a lot of the ingredients in the book are very special and possibly harder to find or expensive. But it’s perfect for those who already eat this way or are looking for recipes to experiment with. I’m interested in trying the almond butter and banana sandwich recipe which elevates a normal PB and J or PB and banana sandwich.