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Maria Cross – good food, good nutrition, good health
I love food. But not just any old food. I'm talking food which is not only a joy to eat, but which is compatible with human health and makes you feel good and full of vitality. Years of working as a nutritional therapist means that not only do I do what I love, but derive enormous pleasure from obtaining results, through diet, for people with all sorts of symptoms. You'd be surprised at how nutrition can help with symptoms such as low energy, weight gain, PMS, dry skin, irritable bowel syndrome, depression, insomnia, headaches, eczema, acne … the list goes on and on. So eat well, be well. I hope this website helps you do just that.
Here you can find information on my current book,I Wish I Hadn't Eaten That, and also follow my blogs which I hope inform, update and entertain you. I have also included a section on foods and products I feel inclined to recommend, and others which I wouldn't go near, and suggest you don't either. Feel free to make requests! If you like what I write, you might also like what I read, so I have listed some of my current favourite health and diet related books.
What they say about I Wish I Hadn't Eaten That ...
“This book is a fantastic resource anyone wanting to address their niggling health issues. It offers a nutritional perspective on the cause of illness, with clear explanations of the key imbalances underlying 20 of the most commonly experienced symptoms, from acne, bloating, frequent colds/infections, constipation and fatigue to headaches, insomnia, mood swings, period pain and weight gain. The author, Maria Cross, then presents practical solutions to these problems, outlining exactly what she would do as a nutritional therapist if a client was suffering from one or more of the “top 20” symptoms. A well written, practical and informative read.” Optimum Nutrition Magazine, Summer 2012
“A book claiming to be able to solve health problems with nutrition is enticing to those who opt for natural remedies over drugs - and this book can shed a light on a huge range of issues. We'll definitely be going back for seconds!” Women's Fitness magazine
Book of the Month - “Amazing book”– Styling Amsterdam – March 2012
"After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one's own relations." Oscar Wilde
Good food does so many good things. Health is inextricably linked to diet, and to fill your body with junk and not expect consequences is sheer madness. To fill it with nourishing good food is sanity and wisdom. So choose health, and choose a healthy diet. To do so does not require that you relinquish all worldly pleasure. Good, real food nurtures health, vitality and the senses. It begins its journey through the body by satisfying the brain's hunger receptors and by the time it rejoins the external environment it has fortified your constitution and fed your mind. Nothing could be more important.