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Discover just how deliciously simple whole foods cooking can be with this essential cookbook, based on the popular Nutrition Stripped blog, featuring more than 100 exciting and good-for-you recipes and color photography throughout.

Search the web and you’ll find a variety of recipes from “health food” bloggers and “nutritionists.” Yet many of these recipes often follow trends or fad diets. Now, McKel Hill, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and wellness coach, takes you back to bare basics to enjoy the amazing benefits and incomparable flavor of whole foods—nature’s true healthy bounty.

Drawing inspiration from nature, the turning of the seasons, the world of plants, nutrient dense foods and hidden gems in the world of superfoods, Hill celebrates simplicity, and shares her vast professional knowledge and expertise in this practical and easy-to-use cookbook. But Nutrition Stripped isn’t just an approach to eating—it’s a lifestyle that will help you look, feel, and be your best. Whole foods cooking is the foundation of health and can be enjoyed no matter what your dietary preference, whether it’s vegan, paleo, or gluten-free.

Hill’s whole food, plant-based recipes are gluten-free, dairy-free, and entirely free from processed food, yet all can be adapted to specific tastes and needs, making them realistic, approachable, global, and livable. Start your day with delights such as Turmeric Milk (the new green smoothie), Carrot Cake Quinoa Porridge, or Plantain Flatbread with Poached Egg and Honey. For dinner, feast on Beetroot Burgers with Maple Mustard or Carrot Gnocchi with Carrot Greens Pesto. And don’t forget dessert—indulge with a mouthwatering slice of Raw Peach Tart with Coconut Whipped Cream or some Salted Caramel Brownies.

Illustrated with beautiful, modern and minimalistic color photographs, Nutrition Stripped shows you how delicious and simple it can be to eat healthier with whole foods.

Chapter 1

My philosophy about living whole and eating well extends far
beyond that of eating or dieting and has everything to do with the entire
framework of your lifestyle and well-being. It’s about cultivating balance,
happiness, and inner strength; managing stress; nourishing relationships;
engaging in supportive communities; and taking care of your physical body as
well as your mental, emotional, spiritual body. We must, we must, start taking
better care of ourselves and respecting our bodies and the vast potential
that’s within us. Nourishing your cells with fuel from beautiful whole food is
the catalyst.


Growing up, I knew food was good for us and loved eating,
but beyond that I never realized the power that nutrition had on the way we
felt. Until I had to. It wasn’t until I started experiencing horrible migraines
in high school that traveled with me into college that I knew my lifestyle had
an impact on the way I felt. Initially I went to a neurologist and began taking
prescription medications, but although I no longer felt the migraine, I didn’t
feel anything else either. The lethargy took me out of my element. I had
trouble doing the things I normally enjoyed— like creating art and hanging out
with friends. I’m talking about your basic functions of being human! For years,
this was my life, kind of just “dealing” with this on and off because there was
no other solution. Fast-forward a couple of college majors later, and I landed
at my home base. The world of nutrition. In high school and the early years of
college, I used to consume “health” foods that weren’t the best for my body,
mind, or spirit— they were heavily processed quick fixes, full of ingredients I
could barely pronounce. These foods never made me feel well physically or look
my best either; instead I had poor digestion, low energy during workouts, and
dull skin and hair. I wasn’t feeling good, radiant, or balanced. I knew
something had to give.


Another fast-forward to honing in on my research, studies,
and academic experience, I found what worked for me and what didn’t. Using
protocol and nutrition phases as I do now with my clients, I noticed a radical
shift in my health within weeks of replacing foods I was sensitive to (dairy
and gluten) and changing my lifestyle and healing my gut. I no longer felt
bloated, my digestion issues resolved, my hair grew longer and stronger, my
acne breakouts started to clear, I had immense energy, my athletic performance
increased, and, best of all, my migraine headaches decreased dramatically. I
know what it’s like to feel unhealthy, subpar, and unbalanced— and I never want
to look back. If I have the ability to help you find your inner health, whether
you feel like it’s buried in your core or just about to break the surface, then
I’m here. I’m here because I want to help you. Nourishing your body with whole
foods is the first step you can take to a healthier and happier life.

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