Do you want to stack on the good habits you need to have wonderful health? Get started on the Stacking Plan with Psychologies Magazine’s 360me channel HERE or on my Salnutrition YouTube channel HERE – first off is EATING BREAKFAST, so if you already do that you have already started. If you don’t – now is as good a time as any!

It is wonderful to watch the transformation in people as they add in the foods which are good for them and start to gain more energy, better mood, stronger immunity, and more vibrant health as well as losing excess weight without having to diet or use willpower. It is also incredibly rewarding to see people empower themselves by learning what is good for them and starting to gain control over their eating habits and their own health. I believe that everyone should be able to be their own nutritionist to a certain degree.

But who am I to be telling anyone what to eat?

I am a CNHC-registered nutritional therapist and the author of The Live-Longer Diet, 50 Secrets of the World’s Longest-Living People and The Stacking Plan. I have travelled the world examining the diets of the planet’s healthiest populations, and I have lectured on the subject of anti-ageing at the UK College of Nutrition and Health (BCNH) in London. I am also the regular nutrition columnist for Juno magazine.

I practise in Bristol, UK, coaching people through my Stacking Plan, in which the aim is to add in one good-eating habit each week for ten weeks, ‘stacking on’ the ten basic habits we need in order to enjoy great health.

My aim is to help you improve your diet in a do-able, sustainable, ENJOYABLE way; you can find out more about the Stacking Plan here. Whether you have complicated health issues or just want to learn more about what healthful eating is; whether you are Paleo, vegan, 5:2, raw, have a love/hate relationship with food or anything else, my Stacking Plan is designed to help you.

You can do the Stacking Plan by buying my book, The Stacking Plan, and you can also watch my weekly vlogs on my YouTube channel, Salnutrition, as well as on Psychologies Magazine’s 360me channel here. Please get in touch using the form below if you would like to do the Plan with me, either in person or by email or phone.

 

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What would we look like if we all ate 4000 calories daily? Personally I know I'd be booking two seats for myself on the plane.

When we were hunter-gatherers (for 2.5 million years, before we suddenly became farmers around 10-30,000 years ago) it is thought we were eating around 4,000 calories daily. We burned off the calories because we were so active running around after fish and game with our spears and climbing trees for nuts and fruit, but we kept the huge range of nutrients this provided - so we have evolved needing this amount and variety of nutrients.

Now, we need far fewer calories, and our food is less rich in nutrients, so as a result it's very hard to get enough micro-nutrients for our requirements.

I use Cytoplan (www.cytoplan.co.uk) as they are an ethical company and they produce food-based supplements which are designed to be absorbed well rather than giving you 'expensive urine'. I definitely feel better when I take their multivitamin and mineral. If you want to order from Cytoplan, please enter my name (Sally Beare) for a discount. I also use Biocare as they have very good nutrients for specific needs, so if you want the code, please send me a message.
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