Discussing mastering the culinary edibles with Laurie Wolf.
Interviewing the legend, four time world champion and Sumo showman Byamba.
In a time when our diets are so discussed, scrutinised and analysed, is it the death of diet culture?
As it is National Eating Disorder week I'm reading...
This was a surprisingly difficult concept and subject to express, however one I feel very passionate about.
This week I'm reading...
Last week to kick off Warner Brother's Wellness Week Spoon Cereals hosted a discussion on Gut Health. It was a fascinating chat with Jeanette Hyde, Nutritional Therapist, Joey O'Hare director of High Mood Food, Alana Mac of the Gut Stuff and myself about the impact of gut health from different perspectives. These were some of my favourite points -
With January nearly over and intentions pushed to one side I shared some healthy happy ways to eat through the week with Spoon Cereals.
Get your tickets to a Saturday self - love workshop!
I shared one of my favourite recipes of my East Side King Sprouts with my friends at Rye London for their Winter Recipe Collection.
I've seen alot of people in clinic recently who are feeling anxious in the foodie surround of Christmas, I shared these short messages on social media and it seemed to really resonate with people.
I met the Spoon team at home to chat over a bowl of granola and talk a little about what gets us up in the morning.
I contributed to one of my favourite new platforms Glow Gathering about the subject of Mindful Nutrition.
A lively panel of experts to consider how and why food porn is increasingly hijacking our brains and whether it can ever be good for you.
One of my favourite recipes my Sweet Potato Curry has been featured as Vogue Paris's recipe of the week, read about it here.
I talk alot about the gut’s microbiome, the thriving collection of bacteria within our gut...
I recently spoke to the Telegraph about the other everyday "healthy" foods we all eat that might not be so good for you after all.
I talked to the iPaper about Happiness Hacks, the small changes you can make around your diet to help improve your relationship with food and your happiness.
With the trend for protein rich snack bars, shakes and even sweets continuing on I spoke to The Daily Mail about the hidden sugars in these kinds of foods and the relationship between sugar and protein.
I wrote for the Bod Edit, a little about Eating for Mental Clarity and inflammation.