There’s nothing new about fermenting food. In fact, it may be one of the oldest food preparation techniques around. Long before we were sipping pricey Kombuchas at the local café, our ancestors were using this process as a means of keeping their food from spoiling in age without refrigeration. Fermentation was one of the earliest forms of food preservation
Juicing. Some swear by it. Others swear off it. I’ve been on both ends of this spectrum and, like so many things, have found my happy place somewhere in the middle. Should you get juiced
All three macronutrients (protein, fat, and carbohydrates) get singled out and taken to extremes when it comes to our health. Especially when talking about weight loss/fat loss, but carbohydrates are the pinnacle of all the hype. Let me first start off by saying, we can’t hate one macronutrient or give one special treatment over the other because they’re all incredibly important and vital to living whole and well.
Maintaining your nutrition is especially important while you are receiving cancer treatment. Good nutrition includes a balance of protein, calories, fluids, vitamins and minerals. It helps the body heal, fights infections and helps to maintain overall health. Cancer and cancer treatments affect the body in different ways
Turmeric is one of my absolute favorite spices I use in cooking because of it’s amazing health benefits and flavour.
In an ideal world, we’d all be able to find and afford organic produce at all times. Realistically, it’s not possible for everyone. I live in Brighton, and it’s still difficult for me to find good quality organic produce all the time, and when I do it is often ridiculously overpriced.
Your guide to living whole and well. Emma Olliff is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, wellness expert, food lover, and advocate for healthy living!