Video: Healthy eating advocates Joe Wicks and Deliciously Ella
More and more people are discovering that ‘dieting’, in the sense of simply cutting down what you eat, simply does not work long term; it is neither healthy nor effective. What does work? Well, the answer is a combination of things, but ultimately, taking a long hard look at your diet and making some fundamental changes.
The only trouble is that this approach takes time, and, typically, we humans are either too lazy or too busy to research and plan our diets. Luckily, we don’t have to - because other clever and inspiring people have done the hard work for us; people like Joe Wicks and Deliciously Ella/Ella Woodward.
If losing weight is your goal, then Joe Wicks has so much insightful research to impart, you may want to take notes. His Lean in 15 programme is as it says: a highly efficient way of losing weight. What it does not do, however, is restrict what you eat, merely when you eat it. His advice on how to combine foods in order to shed pounds will change the way you think of diet and exercise for life.
Here is Joe to explain a little more about what he can teach you:
As more people discover they have food intolerances and allergies, there is a need for not just accessible and straightforward recipe books that cover these more restricted diets, but exciting ones too. Extreme changes to your diet can be daunting, but people like Ella Woodward have been down that road and want to share all the information they learned on the way.
Ella overcame severe illness on her own initiative by diet alone. She was determined to find easy, tasty ways to eat healthily and her Deliciously Ella blog and then the Deliciously Ella book was the result; both of which are packed with vivid recipes that ooze flavours and colours.
Her new book, Deliciously Ella Every Day, once again manages to be that holy grail of healthy-eating cookbooks: it brims with recipes that are both extremely good for you and unbelievably delicious.
Here is Ella talking about her inspirational book: