Issue #6: My New Book! The 7 Principles of Healthy Eating by Jennifer Medhurst
And a Butter Chickpea and Spinach Curry
One day all of this could be yours… (for less than the price of a Pret Posh Cheddar & Pickle Baguette!) More energy! Better skin! Better sex! The Imperfect Nutritionist is a weekly newsletter packed with always delicious nutritious recipes, accessible evidence-based health advice and curated recommendations to help you live the life you want to but be healthier while doing it…Enjoy!
The full email is only available to paid subscribers- which makes it possible for me to publish without the need for pesky ads or the like, as well as be able to afford the time to write the newsletter. Would you consider supporting independent journalism for £4.99 a month and upgrading your subscription here? You’ll also receive my free 5 day challenge as well as the joy of accessible health in your inbox every Tuesday…
1.📚7 Principles of Healthy Eating by Jennifer Medhurst here. Oop how did that get on there. A totally non biased recommendation… I decided to write the book I wish i’d had when I started out on my health journey and because I saw from my nutrition clinic that most people struggle with the same things. So I thought it would be a great idea to write down all the solutions in an east to digest (lol) form that can be easily accessed. Then there’s also a TON of easy to cook, delicious recipes for every meal of the day (of course including desserts, and a whole section on soups, salads and sandwiches to make lunch easier).
2. 💁♀️Liposomal vitamin C purchase the one I use here. I thought I’d put this on here as a lot of people seem to have a sore throat/cold at the moment and are asking me if there is anything they can do to help support their immune system and/or speed up recovery. While there are a million factors at play and tons of variables, liposomal vitamin C tends to be a good bet to help. Worst case you’ll still get a great tasting drink 👍. Liposomal vitamin C is thought to be 5-10 times more bioavailable (taken up by the body's cells) compared to traditional vitamin C supplements.
Keep reading with a 7-day free trial
Subscribe to The Imperfect Nutritionist to keep reading this post and get 7 days of free access to the full post archives.