cook books


I’ve loved experimenting with food since recovering from disordered eating. 

I’ve been sharing my recipes on here and on Instagram for so long now it seems like! But it wasn’t until the last year or so that I realised the importance of going to QUALIFIED PEOPLE for nutrition advice – and by that I don’t mean influencers and PTs though many are well-meaning – I mean nutritionists who’ve done as a minimum a 3 year undergraduate nutrition degree encompassing not just the science of nutrition but the psychological and social elements necessary to give individual, tailored advice.

As I’m not qualified to advise on this kind of thing, I’m so so passionate about this and I want to share with you one of the best, scientific, evidence-based resources I’ve come across.

I was lucky enough to spot friend Alex @theleanlawyer post about @rhitrition, a Harley Street nutritionist – Rhiannon Lambert.

Her approach to eating (nutrients, not numbers!) has revolutionised my relationship with food, cooking, and my body.

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I can’t recommend this wonderful, wonderful book enough. Here’s a link to my review if you don’t believe me!

I am also going to her clinic soon too, but if you can’t afford that, her book RENOURISH is AMAZING! I am not paid to promote or affiliated with her in any way… I’m just a super fan girl of all the fantastic work she’s doing to change the way people approach nutrition, taking it back to basics and battling this ridiculous diet culture the media forces on us!

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