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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‘We eat first with our eyes’

That quote was purportedly by Apicius, a first century Roman, and he was right.

We eat with our eyes as well as our mouths. You know how the sight of delicious-looking food can make you want to eat it right then, or the sight of horrible-looking food can literally make you feel sick? It’s nature’s way of telling us what’s good to eat and what isn’t, it’s down to survival and reproduction and is a very powerful instinct. The sight of food causes physiological and neurological changes, so making food look appetising is like sexual foreplay (sorry if this has put you off your sausages!).

Think about food on social media; if you see a plate of lovely-looking food you will linger over it for longer and might want to try it, but of you see a pic of sloppily plated-up dinner with mess around the edges and even sometimes half-eaten with a dirty spoon it will probably send you racing past never to return!

Food presentation

That’s why food presentation is so important. Giving it the attention it deserves shows that you are giving it love and time rather than slopping it on a plate will-nilly, or piling it high, and eating it in front of the telly – kinda thing!

Food takes an important space in our lives. Eating is a holistic experience, from shopping for ingredients, storing them well, chopping and preparing them, presenting them on a plate, laying the table, looking at the food with love then eating it with full attention to its loveliness, and finally sitting back feeling you have had a wonderful experience! That’s partly why ready meals don’t leave us feeling as fulfilled, and they never look as good on the plate as they do on the box.

So use a nice plate, set the table, arrange the food on the plate with love, leave some space around it, add some garnish like fresh herbs, sit down and appreciate your efforts.

Bring the joy back

Just eat beautiful, real food with the Nutrition for Everyone plan from Nuush. Bring the joy back to food, eating and life.

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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