Health Book Aims to Redesign Your Relationship With Food
Trained Chef and Designer Shares The Eat In Method - A New Approach To Personal and Planetary Well-being
By: Eat In Media
Callie experienced health and digestive issues. The more food she restricted, the more disconnected she felt. As a result, Callie spent a decade studying and researching ancient to modern modalities of healthy eating.
The Eat In Method holds the answers.
"The Covid pandemic triggered changes in our lives that drove me to create a new way for people to think about their relationship with food economically, socially, environmentally, psychologically, and physically,"
In this book, Callie asks us to take a deeper, more insightful look at what a healthy relationship with food can look like given eating is one of the most essential activities we do to create well-being.
"By addressing the seven components to The Eat In Method, readers will learn how to enhance their relationship with food and connect more deeply to their biophysical and psychosocial selves," said Cavanaugh
The book takes readers through Callie's personal journey. It offers a quiz to help them identify their personal relationship with food, and a roadmap to transformation. Following the seven components of The Eat In Method: clearing your kitchen, organizing, building your pantry, planning, shopping, cooking, and eating; leads to reduced waste, greater connection, and deeper well-being.
As an act of care for the environment, Callie has partnered with One Tree Planted to plant a tree for every book purchased. When she's not knee-deep in her next cooking concoction, Callie spends most of her time hiking, skiing, and traveling the great outdoors.
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Published on: 08/23/2022
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