Yes yes yes! My biggest food inspiration and personal hero, Jamie Oliver, has released a new book and as always, it is exactly what I was looking for: Everyday Super Food! His philosophy behind his new book fits mine exactly: try to find a balance in your food. You may have noticed I have been selecting quite a lot of healthy food books the past few months, like My New Roots by Sarah Britton and OATrageous Oatmeals by Kathy Hester, both brilliant books that already taught me a lot. Jamie’s new book is a very welcome new addition to my book shelve, along with books from other experts like Sarah Britton and Deliciously Ella. Mixing and matching and learning as much as I can in the process, that’s what it’s all about! Apart from his new book, he’ll also launch 2 brand new Channel 4 series, both focussing on healthy eating.
“In a powerful, one-off documentary Jamie’s Sugar Rush, he will be investigating the huge contribution sugar is making to rising global health problems. Jamie will be travelling the world, visiting countries such as Mexico, to investigate how everyone from young children to parents are being affected by advertising for sugary products, how many ‘healthy’ foods are actually sugar-laden and can be damaging to our health, as well as meeting people suffering the devastating effects of Type 2 diabetes, brought on partly by excess sugar in their diets. Jamie will be asking challenging questions about the urgent action needed to address this global issue.
Meanwhile in Jamie’s Super Food, a six-part series, Jamie will be also be on the road, this time travelling to some of the healthiest places on the planet to uncover the secrets of just why these areas have the most centenarians in the world. He’ll then bring all that knowledge back to the UK, providing us with easy, exciting, delicious recipes that we can cook up at home, every day.” – Channel 4
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