Your No-Nonsense Guide to Eating Well

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Your No-Nosense Guide to Eating Well by Maeve Hanan (Registered Dietitian) book cover. The title of the book is written in black in the centre, there is an orange Dietetically Speaking logo above this and the text is surrounded by colourful images of food including: fruit, vegetables, a burger, a pizza a some drinks like juice and coffee.

I am SO excited to tell you about this book which I have just released!

I was inspired to write Your No-Nonsense Guide to Eating Well based on my experience of working with countless clients who feel motivated to eat well, but at the same time find this to be a daunting task.

So my aim with this book is to demystify and simplify the process of eating well. This book is a fad-free zone which focuses on the bigger picture of health — it isn’t about quick-fix diets or losing weight. One of the key messages in the book is the importance of adopting a balanced and flexible approach to eating well as “food should compliment your life, not dominate it”.

Your No-Nonsense Guide to Eating Well takes nutrition advice back to basics by covering:

  • Nutrition tips
  • Advice for food shopping
  • Meal preparation
  • Creating balanced meals
  • Choosing snacks
  • Adopting the mindset of a ‘food realist’

The second half of the book contains 50 quick and balanced meal ideas so that you can put this nutrition advice into practice.

This book is for you if trying to eat well feels overwhelming or confusing, if you struggle with ideas for meals or snacks, or if food dominates your life in an unhealthy way.

Your No-Nonsense Guide to Eating Well is available in a variety of formats:

  • Paperback version is available on amazon for £17.99
  • Ebook version for Kindle, Apple Books or Kobo for £9.99
  • A PDF version which contains no nutritional information with the meal ideas for £9.99 (i.e. calorie content etc. has been removed for those who don’t want to see this information) – please email maeve@dieteticallyspeaking.com if you are interested in this version 

Testimonials

Maeve has been consulting on The Food Medic Educational Hub for 12 months now and has been a huge asset to the team. Her ability to translate some very nuanced topics in nutrition into easy-to-follow, informative articles and infographics is really admirable.

Dr Hazel Wallace

Founder of The Food Medic

Maeve is incredibly talented at sharing scientific information in an easy to understand way. The content she shares with us is always really interesting, clear, and of very high quality. She’s one of our favourite writers to work with!

Aisling Moran

Senior UX Writer at Thriva Health

Maeve has written extensively for NHD magazine over the last few years, producing a wealth of dietetic and nutritional articles. Always evidence based and factual, Maeve creates material that is relevant and very readable. She provides high quality work with a professional and friendly approach. Maeve is a beacon of high quality knowledge and work within the nutrition writing community; and someone NHD magazine is proud to work with.

Emma Coates

Editor of Network Health Digest


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