Can eating well translate to success in other areas of your life? Ania Lees sure thinks so and she has the information to back it up.
In today's episode, I am joined by Ania Lees of Healthy with Ania.
Excerpt from her bio (emphasis is mine):
Ania is a certified Plant Based Nutritionist and founder of HealthyWithAnia – a one stop solution for those wanting to adopt a plant based diet.
For the past 3 years through nutritional workshops, weight loss programs, and Kitchen Transformation programs Ania aims to spread the message that vegan food is not only healthy, but also tasty and easy to prepare. She has presented at a number of festivals including; London Plant Power Expo, Singapore Vegan festival, The Conscious festival, and Green and Healthy festival. She has recently co-authored a book: “My Voice - A collective Memoir by Women of Substance”.
By the end of this episode, there's a good chance you'll feel ready to tackle to a new way of living! How could your life change? Make sure you stay to the end to hear some tasty tips for homemade hummus!
Top tips from Ania in this episode:
Keep it simple
Cook at home
Be willing to unlearn what you think you like
Invest time and accept you might be uncomfortable
When you find a brand you like, stick to it to reduce time in the grocery store and decision fatigue.
Need more Ania?! (The answer is a resounding yes!)
Oh, and that hummus recipe, here you go!
Where to listen to the Did you Bring the Hummus podcast:
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