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This blog started as a way for me to share my recipes + culinary adventures, tips for vibrant health + happiness, thoughts on the latest developments in nutritional medicine + the low down on the Sydney wholefoods scene and beyond...

What do we eat?

Becca Crawford

 
 photo: Irving Penn

photo: Irving Penn

While there is no one-size-fits-all diet that applies to all human beings, there are certainly core nutritional principles that are applicable to everyone regardless of their specific circumstances. Just like other species, we as a species should eat what we are biologically designed to eat based on our anatomy and from there we can tailor it to individual physiology.

Pioneer, scientist and dentist Weston A Price (touted as the father of modern medicine) studied 14 different traditional societies over 10 years in the 1920s and discovered that every person in each of these traditional societies lived in a state of perfect robust health, free of chronic illness and degenerative disease. He discovered that even though different traditional societies ate different foods depending on climate and geographic region, their diets shared the same underlying principles.

Learn what these principles are and how to apply them to reset and optimise your and your family’s health at my upcoming FOOD AS MEDICINE talks in Melbourne 10 Nov (Sydney talk is now fully booked). From there you will have the unique opportunity to work with my co-presenter and holistic dietician Marieke Rodenstein to address any specific health concerns going forward. This is your opportunity to reclaim and maintain spectacular health!  

Strictly limited seating so book now to avoid disappointment