If you are trying to be healthy, read this Everyday Roots Review
Nutritional information changes every year, as do diets. One day we are told protein is a killer, the next we are told to only eat protein. We grow up thinking we should eat fix fruit and veg a day, then we are told fruit and veg are filled with sugar.
It can be confusing knowing what to eat for a healthy lifestyle. This book, Everyday Roots, written by Claire Goodall, will help you. Claire is all about holistic health and is of the firm belief that raw and natural are good.
But we have heard about raw and natural before, you may say? Well, we read author Claire Goodall’s book so we could find out why her Everyday Roots book really is groundbreaking.
And note, Claire Goodall does not only write about foods. She focuses a lot on natural products of all sorts. Some of which will surprise you.
What exactly are Everyday Roots?
Claire Goodall believes in natural. She herself had been on a long journey of ill-health and toxic medications and spend years learning about healthy alternatives.
Claire in particular likes totally organic. Vegetables, fruits, nuts, herbs and course roots, her book is called Everyday Roots. But if the word root frightens you, like why should you be eating roots, never fear.
Claire is very clear in her book, which is a 250 page eBook about which foods are good for you and which is bad. She has broken the book down into sections and the surprising thing about this book is that the food you can eat is easy.
She is also very clear about which organic herbs or roots you can use in organic and natural cleaning products which she shows how to make it easily.
Yes, this is all about easy. It’s about foods, herbs and roots that are easy to obtain, well priced, and will change your life. You too can lead a natural diet, and Clare Goodall shows you exactly how to do it.
What does the book Everyday Roots consist of?
This book is not only about natural foods. It is about all natural products. The book is broken down into different sections so that you can choose what you want to focus on.
Goodall is clearly aware of the environment. She doesn’t like eating meat because of the amount of water it takes to farm meat, and she doesn’t like chemicals.
Goodall knows which products to wash her clothes in so that the environrnent is not harmed, and she knows all about good chemical free cleaning products.
Who should read Everyday Roots?
Everyone who cares about their body and what they put in it, and who wants to lead a healthy life should read Everyday Roots. And everybody who is worried about our planet should read the book.
The book is a great book to have next to your bed; it is filled with wonderful ideas. It is also an excellent present for someone, teenagers too. Everyone is concerned these days about natural and organic – this book helps.
In the book you will also find recipes where you can make your own soap, deodorant and shampoo. There are remedies for sore throats and coughs, inflammation, bruising, headaches and more.
What is author Clare Goodall’s background?
Claire Goodall is what could be considered a health freak or health nut. She is not a medical doctor and she has not studied health, but she has a special interest and passion about health, natural, organic and the environment.
Claire Goodall had her own problems with ill health and conquered her issues by going totally natural. And that means natural everything.
Does this mean you need to go natural everything? We urge you to read the book. Author Goodall will help you change your lifestyle, and go natural, in an easy and also, a slow way.
Where can I get this book?
You can download the eBook Everyday Roots right here. The book is inexpensive and also comes with a 60 day money back guarantee. If you are unhappy for any reason with your book, you can return it.
The eBook Everyday Roots has been reviewed by many readers. It is a comprehensive book and it comes with so many good ideas for natural living. We highly recommend you read this book if you are remotely interested in living a natural life.
What does living a natural life mean?
In her book Everyday Roots, author Claire Goodall talks about the things that are NOT good for the environment. Did you know that every time you wash your jeans in the washing machine, the soap cause damage.
Do you know every time you wash your dishes, your dishwashing liquid is causing damage. Every time you clean your bathtub, you are damaging the environment.
And every time you eat meat, literally thousands of litres of water have been used to farm that meat. Same with chicken. Goodall also shows how we are over fishing and causing damage to our oceans.
So living a natural life, according to Goodall, is about slowly making changes and heading towards a more sustainable way of life. She gives the most wonderful ideas and timelines too.
And then of course, there are all the natural recipes that are given as a bonus with the book. Do you know how to make your own soap? We didn’t, until we had reviewed this book.
Is it not very expensive to make your own products?
What we picked up from this book is that once you are making your own products, and eating naturally, it is actually exceptionally inexpensive.
You no longer have to pay for the unnecessary packaging from supermarkets, you do not even have to go to the supermarket. And if this is appealing, read the book, you will get so many ideas as to how to live differently.
And by the way, you will get lots of ideas about natural beauty from this eBook too. Buy the book!