Hey Ethan, can you believe it's Friday already?
I have a quick question for you today (before a short round-up of this week's tips for supporting your mental health):
Did you make it to my Good Mood Food webinar last evening?
I know with many things demanding it, your time is incredibly precious. So, just in case, I want to make sure you've heard the exciting news announced last evening...
At Nosh, we understand the struggle to fit everything into 24 hours and that eating the perfect balance of nutrients can seem impossible.
And we're on a mission to make it not only possible but also delicious and highly practical.
With the challenges of 2020, my team and I set our focus on emotions and mental health and how we can help you, our community.
After months of work researching, designing, and sourcing our ingredients (and cooking up a phenomenal storm), we're ready to let you in on our new Good Mood Food Plan.
As with all our food programmes, you can expect top-quality, beautiful meals (gluten- and dairy-free) made with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients. They will be delivered straight to your door and ready-to-eat (all you might need to do is heat them up).
And this plan is designed to provide the perfect balance of mood-supporting nutrients to give you and your loved ones a head start.
You can find more information about the Good Mood Food Plan here.
Please get in touch if you have any questions. You can give us a call on 020 3697 1366, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the live chat on the Nosh Detox website.
Now for that quick round-up of the tips I've sent over through the week:
For a healthy balance of mood-supporting nutrients, here's what to eat more of, what to eat in moderation, and what to eat less of:
- Vegetables and fruits (at least your 5-a-day - and more veg than sugar-loaded fruits)
- Legumes, such as chickpeas, lentils, kidney beans, and peas (3 times a week)
- Fatty fish, such as salmon, mackerel, sardines, trout, and herring (twice a week)
- Wholegrain bread and cereals (whole grain pasta, brown rice, oats, and rice)
- Healthy oils, such as olive oil and rapeseed oil
A healthy balanced diet can include the following in moderation:
- Poultry (choose a lean cut and serve with lots of vegetables)
- Dairy products (1-2 servings)
- Nuts (a small amount daily)
- Eggs (a few a week)
Eat less red and processed meat.
(You can find more info in the emails I've sent you this week and also on the Nosh Detox blog.)
If eating this way sounds great in an ideal world but not practical in yours, no problem - that's what we're here for. Our Good Mood Food Plan makes it quick and easy, and delicious too. Check it out here!