Daisy Lowe has written a cookery book containing ''guilt-free'' recipes for tasty sweet treats made with natural ingredients.
Daisy Lowe is releasing a cookery book.
The British model has compiled a guide to whipping up ''guilt free'' low-calorie sweet treats in the kitchen and the book, called 'Sweetness & Light', is due to hit shelves on July 3.
She commented: '' 'Sweetness & Light' is the result of my journey to discover the craft of baking guilt-free delicious treats. I wanted to create a collection of recipes that ensure you can enjoy sweet things without harming your body.
''You'll find recipes here to satisfy even the sweetest tooth. Many are gluten, dairy and refined sugar-free, some are vegan and others raw. Cook with love and make your body feel good.''
The book contains 60 recipes across seven chapters, with names including 'Scream For Ice Cream' and 'Make You Feel Great Cakes'.
Daisy was inspired by her own experience of discovering the benefits of cooking with natural ingredients, and claims ditching artificial substances has completely revitalised her life and her health.
According to Vogue.co.uk, she explained: ''I never thought it would be possible for me to kick the sugar habit until I moved to New York. There, I tasted natural products that give you a sweet hit without harming your body. Recently I also found out that I am intolerant to wheat and dairy.
''A few of the healthy substitutions I've made for wheat, dairy and sugar in these recipes will be new to you, but you will easily be able to find them in health food shops and online. My body feels so much healthier and it works better. I have more energy, I sleep better, I get sick less often.
''I am feeding myself, not starving or depriving myself of the sweet things I love. I wanted to share these recipes so you can do the same, and love yourself from the inside out.''
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