Nutrition for Everyone
Whatever your goal – be better nourished, lose weight, have a happy relationship with food or simply to hand over the task of weekly meal planning – we’ll help you achieve it.

Nourish & Fast
Our daily fasting nutrition plan is built around the no-fad science of time-related eating (intermittent fasting), with all its health and weight management benefits. 

Combine Nutrition for Everyone with the extra health benefits of Nourish & Fast and get the best of both worlds.

Personalised Nutrition
Fully customised plan to fit in with your busy life or to get the best out of your training and racing. 

Nutrition Consultation
Schedule a consultation with Sally, Nuush’s founder and lead nutrition advisor, to talk through your nutrition, health or performance.

Medichecks Consultation
Get your Medichecks blood tests through Nuush. We will help you choose the right test(s) – at 10% off the standard price. We’ll guide you through the accompanying Medichecks doctor’s report and how you might approach discussions with your GP.

Nutrition Insights
Talk through your diet and health history with Sally. Receive a personalised nutrition plan that you can use for 4-6 weeks, then discuss longer term actions to build on what you have achieved.

The science and behaviours of nutrition, lifestyle and health. Get the knowledge with our evidence-based articles and opinion.

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About Nuush
Nuush brings joy to healthy living with the Mediterranean diet. We nurture health awareness, wholesome food, nature, and meaningful connections. Find out more about the team.

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10 nutrition tips for any time of year

1: Omit snacking.
This is a game changer. It gives your gut a much needed chance to repair, reduces energy intake, therefore helping with fat loss, and helps you to better enjoy your main meals. Keep snacks out of the house, no one needs them. Of course the occasional one is very lovely but keep it to special occasions or when you are out and about.

2: Reduce alcohol consumption.
By all means have a small glass of red wine with dinner but leave it at that; Mediterranean-diet-style. Whilst wine is enjoyable with a meal and red provides polyphenols those polyphenols are available in abundance from healthier foods and over-consumption can contribute strongly to fat gain and other health disruption. A bottle of wine provides over 600 calories. Drink two a week and you’re getting on for a whole day’s food energy.

3: Avoid drinking your calories in general.
Lattes, cappuccinos, carbonated sweet drinks, fruit juices, smoothies, hot chocolate and so on – these ramp up your energy intake hugely and are not nutritionally necessary. Even artificially sweetened drinks cause an insulin response, which can drive hunger, plus they can disrupt the gut microbiome.

4. Eat dinner as early as possible.
As the evening wears on your body becomes less efficient at digesting food and dealing with blood sugar, this can lead to enhanced fat gain as well as a dysfunctional gut. Leave at least four hours between your last food of the day and bed.

5. Match your carbohydrate intake to your energy output.
Wholesome carbs provide valuable nutrients, so cutting them out is not sensible for most people (or enjoyable) but they provide starch which your body readily uses for energy. If it goes unused by your muscles it will be converted to fat.

6. Make the vegetables the main event on your plate, with carbs and protein the sidekicks.
Vegetables are nutrient dense and give you critical fibre which feeds your gut microbes. In turn those microbes perform all sorts of functions to keep you healthy and feeling great. Half a plate of veg is the way forward, colourful and varied across the week.

7. Eat some fermented foods daily.
Plain yoghurt, kefir, certain cheeses, sauerkraut, kombucha, kimchi – they’ a’re delicious and they make your gut microbes very very happy. Your gut microbes are collectively like another organ in terms of their functionality – look after them and they will look after you.

8. Bread is a staple, so make it good.
Essentially it should be no more than flour, water and salt. Any additives should be nutritious ones such as added grains or seeds. Pap mass-produced bread can disrupt the gut and nutritionally extremely poor. Real bread tastes beautiful and is so much better for you, and more filling.

9. Try following a Mediterranean-style diet.
It’s a dietary approach that has years of robust research behind it, showing its multiple health benefits. It comprises whole grains, plenty of colourful vegetables, some fruit, fermented foods like Greek yoghurt, nuts, seeds, pulses, extra virgin olive oil, fish and lastly poultry and meat in much smaller quantities than people generally eat.

10. Get outside in the fresh air every day and move, if possible in natural space.
Walking is a wonderful activity on so many levels. It exercises you, gives you headspace, helps to control blood sugar, aids digestion and exposes you to the elements – importantly to sunlight. You can lose weight without exercise but you will not be optimally healthy. Exercise is vital to health and healthy longevity, and it makes you feel so great!

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Thank you for reading this article. Please note that while we share a lot of awesome information and research you should be aware our articles are strictly for informational purposes and do not constitute medical advice intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease.

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