On the surface, Mila’s Meals is a cookbook, website and a blog.
It is about food intolerances, how to cater to them and how to raise a child with them. Mila’s Meals is gluten-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free. (It is also organic, non-GMO and free from preservatives, artificial colourants,...
12 Steps to Wholesome Nutrition
Are you confused about if you should be eating low-carb-high-fat or paleo or vegetarian or free-from? Are you wondering why you can’t lose the weight no matter how healthy the plate on your food is? Do you still count calories? Wondering which, if any supplements you should be taking? Do you think the field of “nutrition” is just a fad? Then please join my friends Ian Craig and Rachel Jesson of The Nutritional Institute for what promises to be a very enlightening and well-rounded course / series of talks.
12 Steps to Wholesome Nutrition (starting Wed 1st Feb).
“This course, along with its book Wholesome Nutrition, is a response to the South African confusion over food and nutrition, which has been accompanied by fad diets and disillusionment around health, weight and overall lack of control of self. We seek to help empower you with improved knowledge of nutrition, awareness of genetic uniqueness, and with many practical food options and strategies.
The course is set up as a series of talks, that for completeness, can be taken as one. However, with respect of your busy lifestyles, we have also set it up so that you can book on single weeks, picking and choosing the topics that interest you most. Additionally, we will be video taping each session, meaning that it will be available online later on - or you could attend some evenings in person and view the rest online. The choice is yours…
Ian will be leading the course and talking most evenings, Rachel will be contributing to certain talks and providing a recipe clip each week, and they have also recruited a number of very respected specialists (one for each week), whose names will be released through social media (and on our website) week after week.
Cost - R1500 (includes a free copy of their book Wholesome Nutrition), or R200 per single night.
Step 1 – Individuality (1st Feb)
Step 2 – Beyond calories (8th Feb)
Step 3 – Lifestyle and exercise (15th Feb)
Step 4 – Mindful eating (22nd Feb)
Step 5 – The facts about fat (1st Mar)
Step 6 – The cut on carbs (8th Mar)
Step 7 – Powerful protein (15th Mar)
Step 8 – Food sensitivities (22nd Mar)
Step 9 – From soil to plate (29th Mar)
Step 10 – A review of popular diets (5th Apr)
Step 11 – Supplements (12th Apr)
Step 12 – Pulling it all together (26th Apr)
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