Nourish, by Amber Rose, Sadie Frost, and Holly Davidson, is lovely. And that is just about the pictures and design of the book. The content is also pretty amazing.
The book has three sections, one about food with recipes, one about mindfulness, and one about exercise. I’ve cooked several things from the food section and they have all been delicious. I expect to cook many more of them. All of them involve fresh, healthy food prepared with love and attention. The resulting dishes are also beautiful to look at, an aspect of food that I tend to forget is important but which does add something important to the experience.
The mindfulness section provides lots of information about breathing, yoga, mediation, and the like. We all can use more mindfulness and this is a good jumping off point.
I felt right at home in the exercise section because the focus is on doing what is fun. There are clear directions for various exercises (I learned a new kind of jack! Beware!) and some interesting workouts. Most exercises require nothing more than the body.
While the book is focused and directed toward women, men should not be afraid to use it (except maybe for the beauty aids, but those scare me, too). After all, we all need to eat and breathe and move.
Ultimately, I did find the book to be nourishing, in many senses of the word.