Warrior: a person of great vigour and courage.
Wholefood Warrior: a person with the strength of will to forego processed foods and choose provisions for health rather than convenience*
*not an official definition
Wholefood Warrior started out of considerable frustration for the diet and processed food industries. From calorie free sweet drinks to skinny pills and magical detox powders, there are now far too many products to brainwash us. Do we really need all of these to be healthy?
What is it all about?
Wholefood Warrior provides talks, webinars and mini courses on various wellness related topics ranging from the basics of nutrition, to improving cognition, energy and weight loss to name a few.
Instead of aiming for unrealistic perfection, the talks educate you on what your body may need, so you can make better choices for yourself. After all, if you don't help yourself then who is going to?
The talks are based on science, the real nerdy stuff that nobody really bothers to read, and are delivered in a fun (yes, really!) manner. Each sessions starts with the basics then builds on this knowledge, so it doesn't matter if you are a complete novice or an expert, you will leave having learnt something new.
Click on the events page now and gain some Wholefood Warrior superpowers*.
*superpowers not guaranteed, but you may learn the skills to transform you life to a healthier one.
Who is behind Wholefood Warrior?
Eva Humphries is Nottingham's leading registered nutritional therapist and the brains behind Wholefood Warrior.
She even has some letters after her name: DipION, mBANT, CNHC.
DipION - a degree equivalent in Nutritional Therapy from the Institute for Optimum Nutrition
mBANT - member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition and Nutritional Therapy (BANT) - a professional membership body for Registered Nutritional Therapists
CNHC - member of the Complementary & Natural Therapies Healthcare Council (CNHC) - a regulatory body for nutritional therapists
As a nutritional therapist, Eva specialises in type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer.