I invite Public health researcher from the “WHO collaboration centre for public health training and education at Imperial College London”, Alexandra Swaka to discuss the concept of eating more whole foods. What does eating 'whole' actually mean? Are there clear health benefits for eating more whole foods? Could this be the answer to our public health crisis of lifestyle disease as well as actionable tips for how you can eat more 'whole' every day.
We discuss the concept of eating more whole foods. What does eating whole actually mean?
Are there clear health benefits for eating more whole foods? Could this be the answer to our public health crisis of lifestyle disease as well as some actionable tips for how you can eat more ‘whole’; every day.
We talk about:What does eating whole actually mean?What are the benefits of eating less processed and convenience foods?SupplementsWhy convenience food is not always the bestHealth powders, sprinkles, bars, juices, smoothies, teas - are they beneficial?What alternatives are just as good if not BETTER than the expensive stuff?Fibre and micronutrient contentHow do we do this on a budget?Preparing food from scratch and easy time saving hacksWhat is the difference between eating Whole cooked vs Raw?To food prep or not to food prep?
You can find the amazing Alexandra Swaka @alexandra.swaka on Instagram and more about her work at Imperial https://www.imperial.ac.uk/school-public-health/primary-care-and-public-health/teaching/whocc/
In my cookbook I teach you a multitude of ways to cook whole foods and explain the benefits of them too! amzn.to/2yHihb5
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Music: Canals by Jaokim Karud from the Chillhop Essentials Summer 2016 collection. Used under Creative Commons.
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