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.

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Is eating meat good or bad?

Humans have been eating meat for a very very long time, it’s a nutritious food and provides benefits that other foods lack, such as easily bioavailable iron.

Is eating meat good or bad?

The thing is that even though humans have eaten meat for so long they haven’t eaten it in the quantity that people eat now. They haven’t eaten as much processed meat as people eat now, and they’ve eaten far more plant foods alongside it.

All of those things that applied to the old ways of eating meat made meat a healthier proposition.

Health issues

There have been studies showing that meat is linked to increased levels of colorectal cancer and that processed meat such as bacon may be linked to stomach cancer. The jury is still very much out, and there can be other lifestyle factors at play in people who eat lots of meat. But there is little health controversy around vegetables, and they are so beneficial, so it makes sense to eat them as the basis of a healthy diet.

Eat just a little meat along with fish, poultry and dairy products, nuts, beans, lentils and other pulses. Check out our heathy eating pyramid.

One reason that eating lots of meat might cause health issues is because it leaves little room for vegetables, meat becomes the main attraction on the plate and there is only a token amount of veg.

Veg should be the star of the plate in terms of nutritional benefits, and meat the side dish to back it up.

Eat less but better

By eating less meat we can afford to buy better meat and that means organic and less intensively farmed. Kinder meat. Not just kinder to animals but choosing organic meat greatly reduces the likelihood of the animal having been given antibiotics. Routine use of antibiotics in non-organic livestock is on the rise in the UK, although thankfully hormone use was outlawed here in the 1980s. Organically reared animals are only treated with antibiotics as a last resort.

What should you choose to eat?

Our Nutrition for Everyone plan provides loads of non-meat options along with some really tasty meat ones. We encourage clients to make their meal choices in this order: vegetarian-based, then fish, then poultry and round it off with a little meat, a couple of times a week.

I don’t think I’ll ever grow old and say, “What was I thinking eating all those vegetables?”

Nancy Mure

Avoid the myths and fads

Get the Nutrition for Everyone plan and reset how you eat for life without have to overthink the minutiae of healthy eating.

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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