Nourish Your Namaste is a great eBook that will appeal to yogis & non-yogis alike
After meeting Kara at Blog Brûlée, I started following The Foodie Dietitian blog and especially fell in love with the Mindful Monday series. It felt like Kara was writing to me every post. Her easygoing attitude and nurturing spirit are easy to love.
When Kara released her new eBook, Nourish Your Namaste, I knew I needed it. And I read it cover to cover despite having 600 other things on my to-do list.
Kara starts with her super relatable story of her past relationship with food and body image. It’s refreshing to have someone be so open and vulnerable, and it sets the tone of the book which is informative, approachable, and interesting.
Nourish Your Namaste is a combination of delicious recipes, pertinent nutrition information, and yoga poses to help with digestion, increasing energy, and boosting your immune system (along with others).
Kara does an excellent job at giving you step-by-step instructions for each yoga pose along with pictures and even describes how to come out of the pose. I tried a few in my hotel room after my long flight to Vancouver and noticed that I had an increase in my energy levels without having to drink more caffeine. Whoop whoop!
Even if you’re not an experienced yogi, you will find Kara’s photos & instructions very helpful. I feel like this is a great way to be introduced to a yoga practice. However, this isn’t just for yoga newbies. In fact, it’s geared more towards people who already have a yoga practice.
Kara gives great information on what to eat before and after a yoga class as well as what foods nourish your body. Oh and her recipes look incredible! I haven’t had the chance to make any yet because I’ve been traveling, but the second I can, I will be making her Roasted Asparagus with Miso Ginger Kefir Dressing and the Edamame and Spinach Quinoa Salad with Avocado Dressing and ah! everything!
Head over to Kara’s blog to learn more about Nourish Your Namaste and grab a copy of your own! I highly recommend it 🙂