Easy ways to feel better

You are what you eat. It really is that simple…

Hydrate

Water is essential to our existence. It is important for every process in our body. Most of us don’t drink enough, which effects our mood, productivity and hunger levels. Whether you work in construction or at a computer for 8 hours, drinking more water will stave away headaches and improve digestion. Scientists recommend 6-8 glasses (tumbler sized) of water a day. Try drinking 1 extra glass per day over the next week and see the difference it makes.

Eat more fibre

Fibre is awesome. It keeps our digestion healthy and makes us feel satisfied for longer. We should be eating around 30g of fibre per day. Swap white carbs (rice, pasta, bread) for brown and wholegrain varieties and eat 5 portions of fruit and veg per day. This advice has been circulating for years but it works.

Get rid of the junk

There is no quick fix to weight loss, increased energy and overall health. Changing your lifestyle so that you’re regularly eating fresh, minimally processed food is key to long term health benefits. This doesn’t need to be challenging and there are definitely ways to make healthy food look and taste incredible.

Would you like to know more about good nutrition and taste delicious, healthy recipes using simple ingredients? On Saturday 18th February 2017, I will be teaching a raw food making class in Congleton, Cheshire. Raw food includes fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds which are combined to create deliciously healthy ‘no bake’ recipes. The recipes can be incorporated into your regular diet or as a healthier alternative to more refined foods. All recipes are suitable for vegans and are gluten/dairy free however, the workshop is suitable for any type of lifestyle. Spaces are limited. Booking is essential. For more information and to book, click here.

Summary

Raw Food and Nutrition Workshop

Date: Saturday 18th February

Time: 2.30 – 4.30pm

Price: £20 per person

Book: Call into the Old Saw Mill or book online by clicking here.

 

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