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If there is one thing I’d love for you take away from the site it’s this:
It isn’t that hard to be healthy.
You don’t need to shop at high-end markets. You don’t need a fancy meal plan. You don’t need special tupperware. You don’t need to prep for hours. You don’t need rare herbs or tonics. You don’t need to make smoothies (but they can be delicious!) and (while I’m at it) butter coffee isn’t for everyone (shocker). You don’t need a gym membership. You don’t need to be a full-time fitness guru. You don’t need to live on the beach. You don’t need to be a yoga teacher. You don’t need a specific wardrobe. You don’t need new fangled gadgets or equipment. You don’t need to spend your hard earned money on seminars or programs. That is marketing. It preys on your weakness and ignorance. It’s intent is to take advantage of you.
What you do need is the ability to make an informed choice.
So do your research. Don’t stop here. There are millions of people fighting the good fight. By becoming more informed individuals we can build a healthier, more conscious, society.
Don’t believe me? Give me 14 days.
In order for these types of choices to come naturally you have to learn how to make them.
Here you will find recipes and articles that challenge the status quo. No gimmicks. No fads. Just nutrient dense meals using real foods.
The intuitive cooking method I practice is based on years of research (i.e. reading cookbooks, eating at restaurants that know what the fack they’re doing, and having friends and family who care about what they cook), observation (I see an open kitchen, I sit near it), and experimentation (I ruined more things than I enjoyed when I started out). You have to understand what you’re cooking if you want to be able to “throw something together”.
Thank you to my mom and dad for encouraging me to be healthy even when I wasn’t. Thank you to the vast community of like-minded individuals who’ve paved the way for those of us looking to make more informed choices. Thank you to the various cookbook authors whose techniques and anecdotes replaced hours I would have spent in a classroom. Thank you to the women in my life who challenge, inspire, and support me. Thank you to my boyfriend who encourages me to seek rational answers to my many questions. It brings me great joy to share meals with you.
Happy wellbeing ❤