Regenerative Food Trend # 6: Eat local-ish and forage

Eating exclusively foods grown in your local area is a noble, but lofty ideal.

Even the most fertile food bowls in the western world, are not capable of feeding all their residents given the current food industry practices.

Nevertheless, aiming to eat foods grown and produced nearby is a worthy goal that […]

2021-10-21T00:37:56+00:00Planet Health|

Regenerative Food Trend # 4: Eat Real Food, not “food-like products”

Look at a Greek salad for long enough, and there’s a good chance that your mouth will start watering.

We have evolved alongside real foods and we naturally respond to them. We have all the digestive enzymes and absorption capacity required to digest and use the nutrition contained in real foods.

Real […]

2021-10-21T00:33:37+00:00Planet Health|

Regenerative Eating Trend # 3: Fast regularly

Fasting is the voluntary cessation of eating for a defined period of time.

Done well (that is, when well prepared in body and mind) fasting clears, heals and empowers us like nothing else can.

Psychologically, we train ourselves to sit with hunger and discomfort, rather than reacting rashly. This capacity for poise […]

Regenerative Food Trend # 2: Eat 50 Different Foods Every Day

We are so privileged to have access to so many different foods, to keep us nourished as well as interested through a diversity of tastes, textures, aromas and colours.

We have a wonderland of foods available to us; funghi, seaweeds (the greens of the ocean), legumes, wholegrains, seeds, nuts, vegetables, fruits, […]

2021-10-21T00:04:12+00:00Planet Health|

Regenerative Food Trend # 1: Meat as a Side

Most meat eaters refer to dinner in terms of meat; “Having lamb roast/ chicken / steak/ hamburger”.

Generally salads, vegetables and grains are not considered to be the core of the meal, but rather “sides”.

However, we can shift the focus shifts to the grain, think millet, rice, teff, quinoa, wheat pasta, […]

2021-10-20T23:30:14+00:00Planet Health|
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