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Supercharge Your Diet: Ten Easy Ways to Get Everything You Need From Your Food

Sam Rice

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Dietetics & nutrition

With advice and recipes, Supercharge Your Diet will enable you to plan, prepare and cook healthy meals and snacks that meet all your nutritional needs.

Eating healthily is easy right? Just make sure you have your five-a-day (or is it eight now?), eat enough fibre (but how much is enough?), cut down on meat (but which types and by how much?), eat more fish (but is farmed fish OK?) and, of course, ensure you are getting all your vitamins and minerals, and don't forget prebiotics and probiotics.

If you've ever felt overwhelmed with conflicting advice about how to eat healthily, Sam Rice is here to help. Focusing on ten practical and easy-to-understand ways of achieving your nutritional targets, this book will guide you to a healthier lifestyle.

Getting what you need nutritionally from your food is not rocket science. In fact, it's quite simple when you know how. Supercharge Your Diet takes all that nutritional advice and translates it into the food on your plate - with 80 delicious recipes that tick all the nutritional boxes.

The ten easy ways are:
- Switch to complex carbs
- Eat 30g fibre a day
- Eat more lean and plant protein
- Incorporate healthy fats
- Get your 8-a-day
- Support your gut
- Get your vits in
- Snack smart
- Reduce alcohol consumption

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Sam Rice

Sam Rice's career has taken her from management consultant and travel business owner, to sommelier, wine columnist and more recently, food writer.

Following the premature death of her youngest brother, who suffered from type 1 diabetes, she decided to overhaul her diet in the interests of living a longer and healthier life. She wrote about the process in her book The Happy Eater, 4 Weeks to a Better Relationship with Food, which was self-published in 2014.

Sam, 47, now lives in Bali with her husband and two children.

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