triyoga’s top 5 clean eating cookbooks

Taking good care of yourself starts with eating well, that’s why we’ve scoured our book shelves at triyoga to bring you our five favourite clean eating cookbooks. Discover them throughout our centres.

The Medicinal Chef by Dale Pinnock, £18.99
200 pages of truly delicious recipes that are quick to make with minimal readily available ingredients – what more could you want? Try the beetroot and pea risotto with feta and mint, or the chickpea and sweet potato bake for warming autumn dinners. Each recipe has a handy key so you can see how each purposefully picked ingredient benefits your body. http://www.dalepinnock.com/

The Sugar Book by Damon Gameau, £14.99
‘When actor and film-maker Damon Gameau met a girl he was keen to impress he decided to get healthy by dramatically reducing his sugar intake. In no time he was slimmer calmer, fitter and happier…’ There’s many mixed messages out there about sugar – how much is good? How much is bad? What does it really do your body? Damon takes us on a journey through his bid to give up the sweet stuff, whilst clarifying the confusion around sugar and finishing off with some great recipes for good measure. www.thatsugarfilm.com/thatsugarbook/

V is for Vegan by Kerstin Rodgers, £20
Eat your way through 150 game-changing Vegan recipes. This book is ideal for anyone thinking of reducing their in-take of meat and dairy but doesn’t quite know where to start – or needs some inspiration for quick, breakfasts, dinners, snacks, desserts and more. We like the look of the wild mushroom forest pie, tortilla and squash blossom soup and light-as-air crumpets. http://www.msmarmitelover.com/

My New Roots by Sarah Britton, £20
A collection of stunning plant based recipes, which are just as delectable to look at with pages of pretty photography. The debut cookbook from blogger Sarah Britton celebrates the nutritious power of plants and eating in time to the seasons; the book leads you on a culinary journey from spring through to winter with recipes such as strawberry chamomile no-churn frozen yoghurt, black lentil salad with tzatziki, avocado and pea shoots and oyster mushroom bisque. www.mynewroots.org/site/author/sarah-britton/

Free From Desserts by Julia Thomas, £20
‘Free from’ doesn’t mean desserts can’t be magnificent. Julia Thomas’s book is perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth with recipes for all the classics, just without dairy, wheat and gluten. Learn how to make free from pastries, sponges, brownies, ice cream, tarts and more. We like the look of the raspberry jam roly-poly, hazelnut and Frangelico brownie pots and the banana and coconut ice-cream. Bring on dessert! http://www.juliaandson.co.uk/

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