What we eat builds the foundations of our health, and yet so many of us have such a complicated relationship with food. If you are willing to work on that relationship, you can develop a healthier attitude and learn to listen to your body’s natural cues.
Having an awareness of what you eat, the beliefs you hold around food and thinking about what you are putting into your body can help to promote healthy habits that encourage both mental and physical wellness. Controlling your eating and making healthy choices doesn’t have to mean bland, you can feel excited about food changes and not restricted.
With the festive season just around the corner, why not bring a little conscious cooking into your kitchen. See the real benefit that incorporating herbs and spices into your food can make, such as food being more exciting/flavoursome without added calories as well as being a great substitute for salt, sugar and saturated fat.
Why not try some of the following herbs and spices in your cooking:
If possible try to use herbs in their fresh form and if cooking add when the food is almost finished cooking to retain the flavour and aroma.
*Please be mindful of any allergies you may have when selecting herbs and spices.
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