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Are you asking the right questions about the food you eat?

Did you know that vitamins and minerals are not inherent characteristics of food? Their presence depends mainly on how the food was grown.

Focusing on portion size or macronutrient ratios wont give you long-term results if you overlook nutrient density.

Don’t miss the forest for the trees. Learn how to ask the right questions.

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Join nose-to-tail Nutritionist, Georgia from Stirring Change for the 2018 What To Eat program, starting March 6th.

What To Eat is an easy and effective pathway to sustainable health, for you and your family. Without demanding huge lifestyle shifts, the program starts where you are. By exchanging one thing at a time, you’re supported in creating permanent change.

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Simple. Effective. Inexpensive. Delicious.

What did Grandma know that we don’t? That the most nutrient-dense food doesn’t fly halfway around the world in fancy packaging to get to you – it’s being produced by a farmer just down the road.

Learn how to source, cook and store food in a way that enhances its ability to deeply nourish and heal the body. Food that creates lasting memories and feeds the soul.

Because Grandma knew that food should nourish us on every level.

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Join nose-to-tail Nutritionist, Georgia from Stirring Change for the 2018 What To Eat program, starting March 6th.

What To Eat is an easy and effective pathway to sustainable health, for you and your family. Without demanding huge lifestyle shifts, the program starts where you are. By exchanging one thing at a time, you’re supported in creating permanent change.

For more information, click here >>

Healthy soil. Happy animals. Thriving farmers.
Delicious food. Nourished consumers.

Supplements and medications can be effective immediate solutions for ill-health, but have you considered your long-term strategy?

It’s not something that’s readily discussed in the health & nutrition world, but optimal health and nourishment is entirely dependent on a robust local food system. One where farmers aren’t forced to take short-cuts at the expense of our health. Fertile, nutrient-rich soil is the crux of it all, really.

Learning to source food that’s grown in (and on) top quality soil can be a life-transforming exercise. Possibly the best thing you can do for your family’s health.

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Join nose-to-tail Nutritionist, Georgia from Stirring Change for the 2018 What To Eat program, starting March 6th.

What To Eat is an easy and effective pathway to sustainable health, for you and your family. Without demanding huge lifestyle shifts, the program starts where you are. By exchanging one thing at a time, you’re supported in creating permanent change.

For more information, click here >>

Most diets don’t work. Nutrition does.

Nutritional science is radically evolving every year. One idea that’s far more widely accepted is that food is medicine. But how many of us actually know which specific foods to stock our ‘medicine cabinet’ with? And more importantly, do we know how to store and cook them to preserve there medicinal powers?

Did you know that there are more antioxidants in cooked berries than raw ones? That eating potatoes as leftovers the next day is much better for gut health? That leek greens are more potent than the white part? Are you including the most nutrient-dense foods in your family’s diet (..offal)?

There is so much practical information in the What To Eat program. No big changes required – sometimes it really is as simple as being informed.

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Join nose-to-tail Nutritionist, Georgia from Stirring Change for the 2018 What To Eat program, starting March 6th.

What To Eat is an easy and effective pathway to sustainable health, for you and your family. Without demanding huge lifestyle shifts, the program starts where you are. By exchanging one thing at a time, you’re supported in creating permanent change.

For more information, click here >>