For centuries, people have believed that the way we eat impacts our mental health, and the idea is still alive today. The internet is filled with food-based mental-health images, and books on the topic span our shelves. It’s true - what we eat affects how we feel!
Burratta with lightly cooked zucchini, toasted local hazelnuts and almonds and a fresh salsa verde - oh the produce in Tuscany! I was in heaven! All organic and from producers who were so passionate about their craft 😊 I can’t begin to describe to you the flavour of these sweet young zucchini, they were divine, let alone the creamy fresh Burratta. This dish was a starter for sharing at Friday evening’s dinner, out on the terrace at my Tuscan retreat last weekend, bliss 😊❤️🌼 #emmasnutritionretreat @latorrealletolfe
Nutritionist, author, and chef Emma Ellice-Flint is passionate about making a difference to people’s mental health through nutrition. Bursting with knowledge and health tips, she loves sharing at talks and workshops. She brings together years of clinical experience, evidence-based nutritional advice, a wealth of knowledge about food, and the excitement that goes with that understanding.
With over 20 years of experience under her belt, you can expect Emma to teach you how to talk and cook your way to better mental health. Her workshop will teach you how to make meals that are easy to prepare, taste fantastic, and are rich in nutritional benefits. She’s excited to guide you through your own nutritional journey, from plate to vitality.
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