Who doesn’t want to be Happy, Healthy, Strong?
This book has short blurbs about habits and food groups, but it is essentially a cookbook with some exercises included in the last chapter. The recipes do include nutritional information. However, some feel ridiculously simple. Do you need a recipe for Cottage Cheese & Chive Topping, which literally has the two ingredients and no other explanation? How about Tuna Rice Cakes or Apple & Peanut Butter? There is nothing new within the exercise section either.
If you are one of the millions of fans that follow the author on social media, you might enjoy Happy, Healthy, Strong. For others, including me, I don’t see much value here. 2 stars.
Thanks to Hachette Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.