Publish Her, a female-founded and focused publisher dedicated to elevating the words, stories and writing of women, announces the launch of its second book, “Emily’s Fresh Kitchen: Cook Your Way to Better Health,” by Emily Maxson. The book is available now.
About the Book
After a Crohn’s disease diagnosis at age 28 and more than a decade of unsuccessful traditional treatment, Emily Maxson discovered the positive effects of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD), a nutrition-focused treatment for autoimmune and digestive disorders. A trained chef, Emily poured her heart into creating delectable dishes that met the diet’s rigorous guidelines, which eliminate non-essential carbs known to cause inflammation. After following the plan for 18 months, she felt better physically, mentally and emotionally. This way of eating, coupled with her faith in God, gave Emily newfound hope for the future. She began supporting others in discovering the transformative power of food to improve health. In 2010, she launched an online platform to share her experience and expertise. She became a certified health coach and created a raw detox business. It all evolved into her current platform, Emily’s Fresh Kitchen, which has grown into an engaged community of more than 15,000.
Emily believes preparing food at home is one of the best ways to impact your health. And it doesn’t have to be complicated. “Emily’s Fresh Kitchen: Cook Your Way to Better Health” features dozens of delicious and approachable recipes the whole family will love. Most are gluten-, grain- and dairy-free, but some include more standard ingredients. Many follow the SCD guidelines. The majority are adaptable to different dietary needs. The spotlight is on fresh, whole foods. With more than 100 recipes across all categories—salads, main dishes, soups and sides, breakfasts and smoothies, appetizers and savory snacks, sweets and treats, drinks and cocktails, and more—“Emily’s Fresh Kitchen” cookbook is a great starting point for cooking your way to better health.
Sample recipes include:
Chopped Green Salad
Spicy Baked Yucatan Shrimp
Roasted Tomato Soup
Grain-Free Lemon Blueberry Muffins
Peanut Butter Molten Cakes
Avocado Herb Dressing
Also included are chef Emily’s pantry staples, recommended kitchen tools, and her favorite gluten-, grain- and dairy-free food brands.
Photographs by Belén Fleming.
“Emily Maxson understands firsthand the power that food has to help and heal. The recipes in ‘Emily’s Fresh Kitchen’ cookbook are ideal for anyone with food sensitivities or anyone who wants to cook healthier meals. The recipes are easy to follow and delicious, and the photography brings food to life in a stunning way!” —Chris Freytag, author, speaker and founder of Get Healthy U TV
“‘Emily’s Fresh Kitchen’ cookbook is a testament to the immense impact that the Specific Carbohydrate Diet can have in the healing and recovery of people suffering from inflammatory bowel disease. Leveraging the insights she gleaned from her journey, along with the skills she mastered at culinary school, Emily explored new ‘treatments’ in her kitchen. Her cookbook delivers the results through thoughtfully developed and delicious recipes presented in vivid photographs. It’s an inspiring gift and resource for anyone looking to restore health and well-being with fresh and flavorful food.” —Bernhard J. Hering, MD, director of the University of Minnesota Schulze Diabetes Institute
“‘Emily’s Fresh Kitchen’ cookbook is full of colorful, exceptionally flavorful and easy recipes, which fit into many different dietary lifestyles. The meals, snacks and beverages are fun and inspirational, and you’ll want to make them over and over again. If eating great food, cooking with seasonal ingredients, and not feeling deprived are your goals, this collection of recipes is a must for your kitchen!” —Patricia Wall, owner of The Market at Malcolm Yards
“Emily Maxson bringing ‘Emily’s Fresh Kitchen’ cookbook to life is exactly what we all need. Her personal experience pushed her to challenge herself in many ways. The result is more than 100 healthy and approachable recipes that every cook will want to create. She has done all the work and research so we don’t have to.” —Chef Michael Shaughnessy, executive chef and owner of Advellum Vegetable Eatery
About the Author
Emily Maxson is a trained chef, health coach and published author. After a Crohn’s disease diagnosis and more than a decade of unsuccessful traditional treatment, Emily Maxson discovered the positive effects of the Specific Carbohydrate Diet. She poured her heart into creating delectable dishes that met the diet’s rigorous guidelines. She soon felt better physically, mentally and emotionally. This way of eating, coupled with her faith in God, gave Emily newfound hope for the future. She began supporting others in discovering the transformative power of food to improve health. She launched her online platform, Emily’s Fresh Kitchen, to share her experience and expertise. Her new cookbook, “Emily’s Fresh Kitchen: Cook Your Way to Better Health,” is the culmination of her journey of healing with food.
Readers can connect with Emily on Instagram (@emilysfreshkitchen). To learn more, go to www.emilysfreshkitchen.com.
PUBLISHER: Publish Her
PUBLICATION DATE: Spring 2022
GENRE: Non-Fiction / Cooking / Health
For more information or to set up an interview or appearance by the author, please contact Chris Olsen at email@example.com or 612-501-1724.
About Publish Her
Publish Her is a female-founded and focused publisher dedicated to elevating the words, writing and stories of women. We are passionate about amplifying the voices of women of color, women with disabilities and members of the LGBTQ+ community. We aim to make publishing an attainable, exciting and collaborative process for all. Publish Her specializes in print-on-demand books, workbooks, journals, magazines and more.