One lucky winner will receive not 1, not 2 BUT 3 COOKBOOKS by one of my all-time favourites, Madeleine Shaw!
(Only open to UK entrants this week - sorry to everyone outside the Island. I promise that this is not a manifestation of a BREXIT mentality)
Food has played such an important role for me in keeping my horrible PCOS symptoms under control (does anyone want to swap for my hairy chin and spots?) and improving my cycles until there were regular, 28 day wonders.
But I have always found sticking to a ‘diet’ really hard, especially if it is strict (yes GAPS and Whole30, I’m looking at you…). Instead, finding a series of cookbooks that adhere to my foodie ‘special needs’ and simply focusing on cooking from those has been the most successful approach I have taken so far.
One of my favourite cook book authors is Madeleine Shaw, a nutritional therapist who herself has suffered from PCOS and whose recipes are often dairy and gluten free, frequently use alternative or more natural forms of sugar and always amazing.
WIN a trilogy of cookbooks
In order to share with the fabulous infertility community the good impact that cooking from these books can have on your health, fertility, energy levels and PCOS, I am gifting to one lucky winner these 3 cookbooks by Madeleine Shaw:
Ready, Steady, Glow - Fast, Fresh Food Designed for Real Life
Get the Glow - 100 Delicious and Easy Recipes That Will Nourish You from the Inside Out
A Year of Beautiful Eating - Eat fresh. Eat seasonal. Glow with health, all year round
Click here to read a review of my 5 favourite cookbooks for fertility, which includes a review (with some foodie photos) of Ready, Steady, Glow.
About Madeleine Shaw
Madeleine Shaw’s is a nutritional therapist whose food philosophy is all about enlivening the hottest, happiest and healthiest you. It’s about keeping things simple and delicious so you don’t feel bored or deprived.
Food is the most powerful drug; it informs not just how we look but how we feel and think too. Madeleine’s philosophy stems from my desire to educate people about this – and to show how healthy food can be delicious, nutritious, affordable and simple to make.