02 Mar 2022
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In this series of episodes, I want to go over some of the studies we used to create recipes for 6 health goals (1) Skin health, (2) Mental health, (3) Brain health, (4) Inflammation, (5) Heart health and (6) General wellbeing.
Today’s deep dive is all to do with the skin. Forgive me if the initial part of this pod is a bit too basic, but I think it’s important to get the fundamentals right, give you an understanding of the organ that we’re talking about and then bring in the nutritional medicine and lifestyle components.
I talk about how we used this information to create recipes in the app to ensure that the recipes in the app are using evidence-based eating principles and ingredients to create flavourful and practical recipes for everyday meals.
You’ll learn about how the gut is related to skin health, specific nutrients, eating patterns and ingredients that have been researched as well as the mechanisms behind why they improve skin.
I’m doing a new thing which is our podcast recipe of the week, a recipe that reflects the topic of conversation on the pod! This week’s recipe is the Courgette Korma which you can find on the app here: https://apple.co/3G0zC0Z (iphone only, android users please bear with me)
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