Find Health, Happiness and Success with Natural Foods


According to a new report by the National Gardening Association, food gardening in the US is at the highest level in more than a decade. Nearly 35 percent of all households in America, or 42 million households, are growing food at home or in a community garden, up 17 percent in five years.

People of all ages are growing their own food, and a large percentage state that they do it so their families know their food is natural. However, the biggest drawback of growing their own food, according to millennials, is that they have less time than ever to prepare meals and use the food they have grown.

Celebrity fitness chef and sports nutritionist, Jen Arricale, teaches companies and clients that it doesn't have to take more time to create healthful meals with fresh, natural ingredients, "People just need to be taught how to do it."

"Just like the earth, your body needs to be nourished and protected. My goal is to provide an easy guide for those seeking to make simple changes to their diet to obtain health and wellness results," says Arricale, who announced that her guide to healthy eating, Healthy Recipes for a Busy Life: Easy to Prepare, Fun to Share! will be released on Tuesday in conjunction with Earth Day.

"Eating healthy, natural food doesn't mean sacrificing the food, family and friends you love," says Arricale, who experienced firsthand the power of natural foods in her own personal transformation. "You can be a foodie and be fit at the same time," Arricale insists.

"I'm living proof that it's never too late to decide that you are worth it," says Arricale, who didn't start eating healthy until she was 45.

Arricale now teaches nutrition to large corporations and is a champion natural physique competitor for Team USA. Healthy Recipes for a Busy Life, combines clean, natural flavors with simple preparation methods that take 30 minutes or less. These simple recipes empower people to cut out fast food and pre-packaged foods. Arricale says most people realize they shouldn't eat out as much, "but they often get stuck on how to do it, and that's where I come in."

Healthy Recipes for a Busy Life teaches simple, powerful techniques that anyone can use to improve their health, happiness and success with natural foods in their own kitchen.

"You deserve to live a healthy, happy life, and I want to help," says Arricale. "It is my passion to take what I've learned to inspire others. Trust me - I know it's not easy when you're busy and that's why I wrote this book, to help people fit healthy eating into their busy lives."


SOURCE Jen Arricale