From Gut Health to Grocery Store - Good Eating Made Easy
March 9, 2021
This conversation with Sarah Grossman and Tamara Green of Living Kitchen Wellness covers the benefits of managing blood sugar through food, the way that our diets may change throughout our lives because of our ever-evolving bodies, the false decision of buying either expensive organics or buying no produce at all, and a tip that Sarah and Tamara call “the plate check.”
Diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome as a kid, Tamara Green was in chronic pain for 9 years until she turned to food to heal herself. After being completely symptom free since 2008, it’s her passion to assist people to eliminate pain, find health and eat nourishing food. She received her BA from McGill University and attended the Institute of Holistic Nutrition to become a Certified Nutritionist. Tamara is a chef who combines her knowledge of nutrition and passion for cooking to help clients create lasting changes in their lives.
Sarah Grossman struggled with hormonal balance and endometriosis for most of her adult life and spent years figuring out that there really is no one size fits all approach to what you should eat. While getting her BA from Hampshire College, she fell in love with nutrition and developed her cooking skills working in restaurants. Sarah became a Certified Nutritional Practitioner at the Institute of Holistic Nutrition and loves assisting and empowering others to feel healthier and manage chronic health conditions through eating healthy food.
Living Kitchen Wellness' website: https://livingkitchenwellness.com/
Sarah and Tamara’s Cookbook “The Living Kitchen: Healing Recipes to Support Your Body During Cancer Treatment and Recovery” on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Living-Kitchen-Healing-Treatment-Recovery/dp/0147530636
The Living Kitchen Chocolate Tahini Cookie Recipe: https://thechalkboardmag.com/chocolate-tahini-cookies-the-living-kitchen