A recipe for balance

Zoe’s 5 simple steps to daily balance

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Zoe Bingley-Pullin is a nutritionist and an internationally trained chef, and previously worked in the South of France. Deborah interviewed Zoe for our orginal Pursuit of Balance series and she gave us some time-less advice that is just as relevant today as it was in 2012.

Zoe is also a passionate writer and the author of Eat Taste Nourish which is a practical book focusing on functional nutrition and how to create delicious and healthy food in simple ways. Zoe is also a regular contributor to national publications and a regular guest on TV programs.

Zoe has a new business and program called “falling in love with food” http://zoebingleypullin.com/ which gives you the opportunity for you to improve your knowledge and understanding about food, nutrition and how you can create and sustain a healthier and more delicious life.

In the clip above, Zoe breaks down her recipe for balance into 5 easy daily goals.

She goes onto discuss eating disorders and why food should be celebrated, not feared.

 

So with all the information, we’ve got right now – why aren’t we making better choices? 

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And finally, Zoe explains why being time-poor should not be an excuse for a bad diet

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Balance Team

This article was written by the brains trust of Balance . We are a talented team of writers and contributors with real life experience and a passion for finding balance.

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    June 17, 2013 at 9:45 am

    wonderful publish, very informative. I ponder
    why the opposite experts of this sector do not understand this.
    You must continue your writing. I’m sure, you have a huge readers’ base already!

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