The Nuush Ethos

At Nuush, our foundations rest on a set of robust principles rooted in science, nature, knowledge and empowerment. We firmly believe in a holistic approach to health and well-being, acknowledging the human body as an intricate evolved system rather than a mere collection of parts. 

Our ethos revolves around celebrating the love of food, nature and life itself. With an unwavering commitment to evidence-based information, we offer support and guidance to help you make informed and personalised diet and lifestyle choices. From advocating sustainable food practices to reconnecting with your body’s natural signals to nurturing a deeper connection with the great outdoors, our mission is to enhance your vitality and extend your healthy years. 

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Advocate for good food provenance, encouraging awareness of ingredients and their origins.

Approach the body as a whole system, considering its interconnected parts instead of isolating them.

Be transparent and sensitive about the significant role of body composition in overall health.

Draw inspiration from the Mediterranean diet while allowing for individual flexibility.

Embrace a holistic perspective on health, considering the interconnectedness of physical, mental and emotional well-being.

Emphasise teaching and empowering individuals rather than simply telling them what to do.

Enable individuals to take charge of their own health and well-being.

Encourage people to reconnect with their evolved senses when it comes to food choices.

Encourage spending time in and appreciating nature for its health benefits.

Encourage support of local food producers.

Focus on our area of expertise and collaborate with other healthcare professionals in a therapeutic partnership.

Provide affordable and accessible nutrition and health advice.

Foster a culture of continuous learning and growth.

Ensure inclusivity in nutrition and health, considering diverse needs, cultures and backgrounds.

Highlight the importance of vitality and healthspan.

Make scientific information accessible and easy to understand for everyone.

Facilitate minimum food waste and promote sustainable eating.

Place emphasis on disease prevention, promoting proactive measures for good health.

Prioritise doing no harm and ensuring interventions have a positive impact.

Promote a holistic approach to nutrition, considering the broader aspects of health.

Promote sustainable food choices that are environmentally friendly.

Provide evidence-based information and advice to support safe and informed actions.

Recognise that nutrition complements medical care rather than replacing it.

Seek to identify and address the root causes of health issues rather than merely treating symptoms.