Lifestyle

The secret to become happy and healthy lies in what you eat

Holly's Healthy Kitchen creates bespoke recipes just for you

With the global wellness industry now worth $4.5 trillion (trillion!!), it implies that to be well is a commodity that can be bought.

But here’s the thing, the secret to becoming your best self isn’t in pills and potions, but simply what’s on your plate.

And Holly Snowdon is on a mission to remind you that you hold the key to your own health.

[Credit: Holly Snowdon / Instagram]

Using her expertise as a nutritional therapist, she supports others to become the happiest, healthiest version of themselves by providing nuggets of inspiration to help.

To do this, she creates easy-to-follow recipe plans that promise to leave you energised and feeling awesome both inside and out.

Her variety of packages all include one-on-one consultations, bespoke meals and check-in calls.

Speaking about her company, Holly’s Healthy Kitchen, the culinary coach said she initially launched it as a way of documenting her own journey back to health.

[Credit: Holly Snowdon / Instagram]

Holly explained: “In 2015, I suddenly became very ill which left me bedbound for several months and housebound for a period after that. Nobody could figure out what was wrong with me.

“After much investigation, testing and seeing many specialists, I was diagnosed eventually with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – sometimes referred to as ME.”

She continued: “The NHS unfortunately were unable to offer me much help for the illness.

“So, with help and support from my parents, I explored alternative avenues in my quest to regain my health, one of which was nutrition.”

[Credit: Holly Snowdon / Instagram]

Holly credits the holistic approach to healing – using nutrition, meditation, and yoga – as the force that helped her on the road to recovery.

​She added: “I completely and utterly believe that good nutrition is a vital part of the puzzle when it comes to achieving optimum health.”

​While Holly is keen to stress that diet “isn’t a miracle cure”, she is adamant that it contributes to vitality and boosting overall health.

Although many of us know about the impact of food choices on maintaining a healthy weight, less is known about the consequences on our long-term wellbeing. In particular, good nutrition can reduce the risk of some diseases, including heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

To get involved, click here: Holly’s Healthy Kitchen.

[Credit: Holly Snowdon / Instagram]

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