Everyday Natural Book Review

Everyday Natural Book Review
** I borrowed a copy of Every Day Natural from a friend to write this review.

Marketed as a book that offers natural solutions as God intended, I was delighted to discover “Everyday Natural: Living a Pure and Simple Life is Not As Complicated As You Think.”

Author Jacqueline Ritz is founder of the Paleo Mama blog. She is also an essential oil educator, a student of herbal medicine, a DIY guru, and a wellness coach. With her extensive background in natural living, I felt confident this 224 page book would be an invaluable resource for my journey.

Sections include: Everyday Natural Food (helped me figure out which foods are best to buy and which are better to grow and how to develop a natural eating plan), Everyday Natural Body (hygiene, skin care, home-made body care), Everyday Natural Home and Garden (how to detox your home and learn to garden), Everyday Natural Farm (got an interest in raising your own livestock?), Everyday Natural Family (raising natural, hope-filled children).

While I won't be moving to a farm any time soon, overall the book is chock-full of information, recipes, and tips I'll be able to implement in my life little by little. If you do have your own livestock, the author provides natural recipes for your animals to feed on. Other recipes provided in this book range from breakfast cookies and other treats to shampoo, soap, and laundry soap. Do you want to clean your home more naturally? Feed your family as naturally and cleanly as possible? This book has the solutions you're looking for.

For anyone looking to make small changes in their daily life for big health benefits, this book is the way to go. Ingredients might be things you're not used to purchasing (some were new to me too), knowing they're natural and a good alternative to pre-made items we use everyday made the change an easy one.

This book makes it easy for beginners to ease their way into natural living. Those who aren't new to the lifestyle will find the goldmine of recipes Jacqueline provides well worth the read. If you're a parent wanting to raise children as naturally as possible, this book will help in that endeavour. Jacqueline is the mom of two children who began her journey when she was first pregnant and curious about what she was putting into her body. The book is available in paperback and e-book format.

*** I purchased this book with my own funds to complete this review.




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